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Backed by a powerful offense and a freshman pitcher who is developing into one of the top hurlers in Nassau, the Hewlett softball team won its second straight conference championship this spring and has the building blocks in place to remain on top in future seasons. more
What a difference a year makes. While it wasn’t due to lack of effort, exactly one year ago at this time, members of the West Hempstead boys’ lacrosse team were licking their wounds after failing to pick up a single victory. more
Five senior captains were the muscle of an otherwise inexperienced Baldwin squad that managed a playoff berth in Nassau Class A boys’ lacrosse this season. more
The Wantagh Warriors put an exclamation point on a third straight Nassau Class A baseball championship with nine runs in the top of the seventh Monday afternoon to complete a sweep of the best-of-three county finals with a 14-3 victory over Division at SUNY-Old Westbury. more
Getting the nod to pitch Saturday’s decisive third game of the Nassau Class A softball championship series meant the world to Carey’s Dana Romano. And after yielding five straight singles to Mepham in a heartbreaking walk-off defeat in Game 2 two days earlier, the senior righthander delivered in a big way. more
Oyster Bay senior Lilly Galasso remembers last year’s loss to Wheatley in the Nassau Class B softball championship series like it was yesterday. more
Behind seniors Christina Loeffler and Sam Reyes, and sophomore sensation Jenna Laird, No. 1 East Meadow endured the pressure of repeating and a stiff challenge from upstart six-seed Calhoun to capture a second straight Nassau Class AA softball title with a 6-1 victory in Game 2 of the best-of-three county finals May 24 at Mitchel Athletic Complex. more
It’s late May and they’re still playing baseball at Oceanside. Year in, year out, the Sailors prove to be among the elite teams in the county and is typically one of the last standing in Nassau Class AA. more
North Shore’s baseball team was bounced out of the playoffs last Saturday after losing its second game in the Nassau Class A quarterfinals to first-seeded Wantagh in a close 4-3 matchup. more
After losing its finale to Wheatley on May 4, the Glen Cove softball team missed out on winning its conference by just a game and finished third in Nassau ABC-IV. The Lady Big Red completed its campaign at 7-9 with some progress. more
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