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Mepham produced four finalists, including two champions, on the way to topping an 11-team field at the Sprig Gardner wrestling tournament hosted by the District on Dec. 8-9. more
With not a senior to be found on its rather large roster of 47, Hewlett’s wrestling team will look to develop some leaders in the room while taking a step up from last season’s finish with an even younger squad. more
Lynbrook wrestling entered this season riding high off its successful campaign a year ago that saw the team win a conference championship while boasting 14-All Conference wrestlers, as well as three All-County and its first All-State wrestler in more than 30 years. more
The South Side Cyclones’ wrestling team has not reached the playoffs in seven years under head coach Mike Robinson. But a roster that boasts an All-American grappler and others who are ready to take their abilities to the next level could help end that drought this winter. more
The basketball teams at Malverne and West Hempstead all tasted some solid victories in December and will look to make more good things happen as the calendar flips to 2018. more
The MacArthur wrestling team has eyes on competing against the state’s best. The inaugural New York State dual meet wrestling championships are slated for late January in Syracuse, and MacArthur head coach Rob Paletta thinks his Generals have the ability to march onto the big stage. more
The Sewanhaka East wrestling team comes off a 2016-17 season that saw 10 of its wrestlers place in the county qualifier. This year’s team has a mix of seasoned veterans and promising underclassmen, and should once again be well-represented when the county tournament rolls around. more
Oceanside’s wrestling program is rebuilding with a team so young they are without any seniors and have just a handful of juniors to lead the sophomore-and-freshman-heavy 28-man squad. more
Last season was somewhat of a roller coaster ride for Baldwin’s wrestling program, but the Bruins closed on the upswing for coach Jim Murphy, who feels big things could be in store come February. more
In its fifth season competing in one of the nation’s top college wrestling conferences, Hofstra is pinning hopes that a familiar stage will aid a strong finish. more
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