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The Islanders might be returning to Nassau Coliseum while their new arena is under construction at Belmont Park in Elmont. more
Struggles from the foul line and an inability to win close games plagued Freeport in December, but the Lady Red Devils bucked both trends in their first January game at the expense of Oceanside. more
Valley Stream South stomped into North Shore on Jan. 3 and left with an authoritative 66-50 boys' basketball win over the Vikings. The Falcons’ press, a staple in their early-game defensive approach, stifled North Shore and forced turnovers leading to an early 13-point lead. more
West Hempstead girls’ basketball head coach Chris Van Kovics typically uses the 40-point mark as a target. Last season, the Rams reached it 10 times in 17 games and saw even results. more
Long Beach didn’t get to revel in the thrill of victory on the basketball court as many times as it would have liked over the past few seasons. However, hard work, patience, and a bit more varsity experience have the Marines in a far better place in 2017-18. more
The young core of the Lady Big Red basketball team excites in its first year under head coach Navro Allen, gaining momentum as the season rolls on with a big 53-26 win over Roosevelt High School on Jan. 3. more
When junior guard Corey Lichtman tallied a team-high 23 points to the lead the Mepham Pirates to a 61-43 victory against Wantagh on Dec. 29, it marked the sixth time in the team’s first eight games that a different player has the led the squad in points. more
Save for a few subpar non-league performances against larger schools, South Side’s girls’ basketball team is playing the way head coach Dan Ferrick projected — sharing the offensive burden and getting positive results. more
After taking the Conference A3 girls’ basketball title last season, Lynbrook is on a roller-coaster 2017-2018 campaign due to uneven play and injuries. more
Wantagh wrestling is conquering its high expectations early in the 2017-18 season. The Warriors captured their first 20 matches including four triumphs last Saturday at Seaford High School’s annual Patrick Butler Duals. more
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