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Oyster Bay senior Lilly Galasso remembers last year’s loss to Wheatley in the Nassau Class B softball championship series like it was yesterday. more
Behind seniors Christina Loeffler and Sam Reyes, and sophomore sensation Jenna Laird, No. 1 East Meadow endured the pressure of repeating and a stiff challenge from upstart six-seed Calhoun to capture a second straight Nassau Class AA softball title with a 6-1 victory in Game 2 of the best-of-three county finals May 24 at Mitchel Athletic Complex. more
North Shore’s baseball team was bounced out of the playoffs last Saturday after losing its second game in the Nassau Class A quarterfinals to first-seeded Wantagh in a close 4-3 matchup. more
After losing its finale to Wheatley on May 4, the Glen Cove softball team missed out on winning its conference by just a game and finished third in Nassau ABC-IV. The Lady Big Red completed its campaign at 7-9 with some progress. more
The resurrection of Freeport baseball spearheaded six years ago by head coach Roberto Delgado took another big step this spring. more
Fourth-seeded Hewlett got the early jump on No. 5 MacArthur in Monday’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal with two goals in the opening minute and rode big efforts from Sam Rovner (five goals), Alex Vadaro (one goal, six assists), Rob Levitz (11 faceoff wins) and Ryan May (three goals) to a convincing 11-3 victory. more
The Valley Stream North baseball team had a whirlwind 72 hours last weekend while competing in the Nassau Class A playoffs, complete with weather delays and a draining two-school doubleheader that began with one of the greatest wins in program history. more
After upending Calhoun in a Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff showdown, South Side prepared this week to play Manhasset, the top-ranked team in the nation by uslaxmagazine.com. more
When low turnout forced Clarke boys’ lacrosse to cancel its JV season and combine the athletes from all grades into a single varsity team, coach Tim O’Malley wondered how the players would react. more
With its last five regular-season games decided by a total of six goals, Long Beach was as battle tested as any team for the Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse playoffs. more
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