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For the second time in two weeks, the Nassau County High School athletic events have been postponed due to a snowstorm that blanketed the area on Friday. more
Former mixed martial arts champ Chris Weidman last week brought some muscle to the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s campaign to legalize the competition in New York state. Weidman, who was … more
For football fans everywhere, Sunday marks Super Bowl 50. But for those not so into sports, there is a purr-fect alternative. The third annual Kitten Bowl will be aired on the Hallmark Channel Sunday, Feb. 7 at noon. With participating teams such as the North Shore Animal League and Last Hope Animal Rescue, Long Islanders won’t want to miss the most furr-ocious game of the year. more
Bellmore-Merrick’s hockey team has almost made it look easy on the ice, running out to a 17-0 record with one regular-season game remaining. But the Bulldogs are built for the long haul, and the goal is not only regular season success, but a continuation of that right into and through the playoffs as the program aims for its first-ever Nassau County title. more
Slammed by injuries most of the campaign, Long Beach’s hockey club has still managed to win 13 of 16 games and is looking to challenge for the Michelino Division championship with a healthy lineup. more
Almost a year to the day Valley Stream Central’s playoff hopes went up in flames with a loss at East Meadow, the Eagles used their athleticism and quick ball movement to make sure history didn’t repeat itself. more
Hundreds of people gathered on Plainfield Avenue and marched to the main entrance of Belmont Park on Saturday, protesting Nassau Off Track Betting’s decision to house video lottery terminals in the … more
Like a scientist trying to find the right formula, Baldwin head coach Darius Burton had to work nine new faces into the Bruins’ lineup this winter and do it in a short amount of time. more
Despite losing the first meeting by 35 points, Roslyn entered last Friday night’s boys’ basketball showdown with South Side as the only Conference A-II rival with a legitimate shot to catch the front-running Cyclones, who last dropped a conference game in the 2012-13 campaign. more
After a handful of seasons of knocking on the Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball playoff door, Oceanside kicked it down last winter and eliminated Herricks in the first round before losing a hard-fought quarterfinal to Elmont. more
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