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The Long Beach girls took the court for the Nassau County Class AA volleyball title match knowing full well what they were up against. Yes, the Lady Marines were the top seed, and yes they had swept Massapequa in an early-season match, but they were facing a program that had captured the county title each and every year since 2000. more
The match for Nassau County Class A volleyball supremacy between the boys from Long Beach and Massapequa had a little of everything; the intensity of a championship prize fight, immeasurable drama, the thrill of victory and, of course, the agony of defeat. more
Capturing an eighth Nassau Class B championship in 10 years and third in a row was on the checklist, but ask any member of Kennedy’s boys’ volleyball team and they’ll tell you it was only part of the mission for 2017. more
The Nassau Class A girls’ volleyball championship match proved a microcosm of South Side’s season as it battled through consistency issues to capture its third county title in six years. more
Senior outside hitter Melissa Loyer had 12 kills and senior setter Joanna Acampora had 20 assists to lead top-seeded East Rockaway to a 25-15, 25-21, 25-19 sweep of Carle Place in the Nassau Class C title game. more
The smallest athlete on the floor had the biggest impact for Wheatley in the Nassau Class B girls’ volleyball finals as it knocked off two-time defending champion Seaford on Nov. 9 at SUNY-Old Westbury. more
With the one and only Julius “Dr. J” Erving in the house, pro basketball returned to the Nassau Coliseum (NYCB LIVE) for the first time in 40 years on Nov. 4 when the Long Island Nets hosted the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in NBA G-League action. more
After suffering his first loss in July at the Nassau Coliseum, to undefeated Marcus Browne, professional boxer Seanie Monaghan, of Long Beach, left the Barclays Center last Saturday night with a unanimous-decision victory over Evert Bravo in a catch weight bout at 178 pounds. more
Boxing greats often develop their skill early on, but one of New York’s top, blue-chip prospects, Elmont native Titus “God Gifted” Williams discovered the “sweet science” a bit later. more
Top-seeded North Shore avenged a pair of regular-season losses to No. 3 Manhasset to capture its first-ever Nassau County girls' soccer championship, winning an extremely physical and intense game, 4-2. more
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