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When sophomore Caitlin Buchala crossed the finish line at last Saturday’s state qualifying meet at Bethpage State Park against the county’s fastest runners, having completed the 5-kilometer race at 19 minutes and 57 seconds – a personal best and the fourth fastest time in Lynbrook girls’ cross-country history – it was easy to see why coach Joe Beyrer is so excited for his team’s future. more
Entering the 2017 cross-country season, South Side coach Chris Webster and his team had every reason to believe the sky was the limit. The Lady Cyclones were returning their two top performers, and an outstanding group of freshmen were now on campus. more
Greg Pimentel was an explosive difference for host Freeport in its 27-7 Conference I football first-round playoff win against East Meadow last Friday night. more
After falling just short of the playoffs on the final day in three of the previous four seasons, Valley Stream girls’ soccer coach Demetri Adrahtas said his goals for 2017 were to win Nassau Conference AB-V and play in the postseason. more
Due to a recent change in the playoff format that gave only the top team in Nassau Conference III a postseason berth, the Baldwin girls’ tennis team had to have a flawless season in order to keep playing in mid-October. more
The last time Long Beach reached the semifinal round of the Nassau boys’ soccer playoffs, coach Leo Palacio joked, was before he was born. Not quite, but Palacio was trying to convey the great accomplishments made by the Marines when their breakthrough 2017 campaign came to a close. more
Three of top-seeded Lawrence’s first four possessions in last Saturday’s Nassau Conference III football playoff game against neighboring rival Hewlett resulted in a pair of turnovers and a punt. more
With Wantagh trailing Valley Stream North by five after one half of football, the defending Long Island Class III champions banded together at halftime to keep its quest for a repeat title alive. more
For the 14th time in 15 years and for a sixth year in a row, Massapequa staked its claim to the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer title. Last Friday at Cold Spring Harbor, the third-seeded Lady Chiefs avenged a pair of regular-season losses to No. 1 Calhoun and captured the county championship on Morgan Carmada’s goal with 3:52 remaining in the second 10-minute overtime. more
In search of its second Nassau County boys’ soccer championship in four years, MacArthur entered the Class A title game on Nov. 1 at Hofstra looking to avenge its only loss of 2017. more
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