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Playing its fifth game in 10 days, South Side dug out of an early 18-point hole to give highly touted Deer Park a run for its money as part of the Nassau-Suffolk boys’ basketball challenge held at Uniondale High School last Saturday. more
When the 2017-2018 boys’ basketball season got underway, most expected Sewanhaka and Hewlett to be among the teams vying for the Nassau Conference A-II title. Last Saturday afternoon’s matchup, the first of two meetings between the teams, confirmed just that. more
At the onset of the 2017-2018 boys’ basketball season, one of the few things for sure at West Hempstead was that there was a lot of uncertainty. more
East Meadow’s girls’ basketball team is where coach Pete Olenik anticipated heading into the second half of the conference season, perhaps even exceeding his expectations. more
Despite only graduating two gymnasts from last season, Long Beach’s roster has quite a different look this winter as longtime coach Bill Muirhead tries to guide the Lady Marines to the county team tournament. more
Oceanside’s boys’ basketball team has developed a flare for the dramatic under first-year head coach Joe Supple. Already with overtime and buzzer-beater victories, the Sailors continued their home cooking against Conference AA-I rivals last Friday evening with a stunning come-from-behind 59-55 win over Massapequa. more
Back at the scene where Lynbrook’s breakthrough 2016-17 campaign ended in the Nassau Class A boys’ basketball quarterfinals, marking its fourth straight defeat on Valley Stream North’s court, the Owls continued to prove last season was no fluke with a 67-62 victory over the Spartans on Jan. 10. more
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
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