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Wantagh is off to a strong start in its quest for a third straight Long Island Class A baseball title. A 10-3 win at Hewlett on April 11 moved the Warriors to 6-1 heading into a bye week at the mid-point of the season. more
It’s easy to understand why Seaford softball coach Thomas Fioriglio speaks with an air of great confidence when discussing the Lady Vikings’ future prospects. One year removed from a playoff appearance and with a core of mostly freshmen and sophomores, the second-year coach truly believes the sky is the limit. more
Things continue to be on the upswing on the softball field at West Hempstead High. With the Rams 15-3 rout of visiting Carle Place last Saturday morning, the team improved 4-2 in Nassau Conference ABC-VI, and remained undefeated on the friendly confines of its home diamond. more
The long, nasty winter relegated Carey to the gym for workouts a little more often than it would have liked, and, as a result, the Lady Seahawks are still getting things figured out. more
After two lean years, the Oceanside softball team is close to turning the corner and regaining the form that resulted in a county championship three years ago. All they need now is a little more luck. more
The term “defense wins championships” is usually reserved for football. But it can also derail a softball season if a team gives their opponent extra outs in the field. more
Wantagh’s “Raging” Al Iaquinta slid right into a MMA main event slot last weekend — his biggest fight to date — on just over 24 hours’ notice. In a long-awaited return, he helped deliver a bout with memorable moments, giving mixed martial arts fans a show they never expected. more
Coming off its best season in program history, one that saw it win 12 games and reach the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse final for the first time, Long Beach got 2018 off to a positive start with a thrilling 9-8 double overtime victory at North Shore on March 20. more
The North Shore girls’ lacrosse team returns a talented unit this year with players slated to make appearances at the college level upon graduation. However, the focus right now is on the highly competitive Nassau County Conference I and outdoing a .500 record of 7-7 from a year ago. more
Longtime Freeport boys’ lacrosse head coach Harry Mohrman sees potential for the program’s first playoff berth in nearly a decade. more
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