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The Freeport girls’ volleyball team created a building block for future success during a turnaround 2018 season. The Lady Red Devils rebounded from a winless 2017 campaign to go 7-7. more
The Glen Cove Lady Big Red finished its 2018 soccer season 4-8-3 (4-4-2 Conference AB6) with a sweet senior game result, downing Malverne/East Rockaway 3-1. more
When the East Meadow Lady Jets traveled to Massapequa for their regular-season finale on Oct. 19 for a matchup that would determine the Conference AA1 girls’ soccer champ, there was every reason to think the game would serve as a preview for the Class AA county championship two weeks later. more
When Massapequa’s Dan Meaney sacked Charlie McKee for a 10-yard loss on the opening play from scrimmage in Sunday afternoon’s Conference I showdown at Oceanside High, few thought the play would serve as a harbinger. more
At .500 through seven games (3-3-1) and coming off a second straight loss, MacArthur’s girls’ soccer players had a sit-down meeting to discuss things they needed to improve to fulfill their potential. more
Nassau’s leading goal scorer didn’t take long to solve the county’s stingiest defense, and as a result Mepham is one win away from its first-ever boys’ soccer championship. more
Defeating the defending Long Island Class A boys’ soccer champions twice proved too tall a task for Lawrence. The Golden Tornadoes were blanked for the only time in 2018 last Friday evening and saw their tremendous season end with a 1-0 loss to top-seeded Garden City in a Nassau semifinal at Farmingdale State College. more
It took some pretty special goals from some special Valley Stream South athletes to end a special girls’ soccer season for Mepham. more
Lynbrook’s senior backfield tandem of Jonathan Cabral-Martin and James Gillespie combined for 380 yards on the ground and four touchdowns to lead the Owls to a 28-13 victory over North Shore last Friday afternoon in a Nassau Conference III regular-season finale. more
It’s been a season of peaks and valleys for the Malverne girls’ volleyball team, but the competitiveness it has shown as the 2018 campaign progressed has left the players and coaching staff optimistic for the future. more
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