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Oceanside dug deep in a frantic final minute to pull out a thrilling 13-12 win at Farmingdale in a Nassau Class A girls’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff matchup on May 17. more
Valley Stream North baseball has done a lot of winning over the past few decades, which is why a 5-13 record in 2016 felt like a major disappointment for the program. more
An outstanding season on the baseball diamond came to a disappointing end for Lynbrook as the Owls dropped a 3-2 heartbreaker to visiting Mepham in a Class A elimination game on May 18. more
A breakthrough Hewlett baseball season came to heartbreaking conclusion last week after running into two of the county’s top teams. The Bulldogs were bounced from the double-elimination Nassau County Class A playoffs 2-1 by top-seeded Seaford on May 16. more
There was no such thing as home-field advantage in last week’s Nassau Class AA softball playoff best-of-three semifinal series between No. 2 Massapequa and No. 3 Long Beach. more
Calhoun downed East Meadow, 10-4, in the rubber game of a best-of-three Nassau Class AA baseball quarterfinal playoff series last Friday, avenging a postseason loss last year. more
Controversy surrounded South Side’s dramatic 8-7 come-from-behind victory at Wantagh in a Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff game on May 18. The fifth-seeded Cyclones scored three unanswered goals, including senior Dan Mallay’s rebound shot with 1:46 remaining. more
Seaford’s baseball team was unable to transform its near-perfect regular season into a long playoff run. The top-seeded Vikings were eliminated from the Class A playoffs following an 8-4 loss to Floral Park on May 18 after entering the postseason with a 17-2 record. more
Spring had raised the specter of an existential crisis. After losing its ace starter, senior Christina Sangeniti, to a neck injury in March, the Malverne softball team was down to a skeletal nine members as the season got under way. more
When you play in a conference that includes perennial powers Garden City and Manhasset, and solid teams like Hewlett, Wantagh, and South Side, success on the Nassau boys’ lacrosse field isn’t always measured by wins. more
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