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With the help of their two captains, the South Side girls’ basketball team has rediscovered its game after a mini-slump and is poised for a deep playoff push. more
When intradistrict rivals Sewanhaka and Elmont meet on the basketball court, scoring is usually at a premium. Each team prides itself on playing ferocious defense, and it is never an oddity when an opponent is held under the 50-point mark. more
With its playoff chances changing by the day, Valley Stream Central boys’ basketball made its toughest bus trip of the season Jan. 31 and found a way to avenge an earlier defeat to Great Neck South, taking a 53-45 victory. more
Competing in a conference that includes three teams that figure to be tough to beat when the Nassau Class A playoffs commence next week hasn’t been all that pleasant for the West Hempstead girls. more
A season after celebrating just a pair of victories and bringing up the rear in Nassau Conference AA-I, Freeport has punched its ticket to the Nassau Class AA boys’ basketball playoffs with three games to spare. more
It’s been said a successful enterprise starts with a really good motto. Baldwin boys’ bowling coach Nick LaForgia backs the idea, pointing to his team – which went 9-3 in Conference 5 to ice the Bruins’ first league crown in six years – as a classic case in point. more
The Glen Cove Big Red varsity wrestling team finished its regular season with a dual meet playoff berth, it’s second in as many season. Although it was bounced in the first round, a culture of winning is being bred in the Glen Cove wrestling room. more
Freshly on the mend from a rough case of the injury bug, Valley Stream North turned around a five-game skid with a much-needed 57-46 win over North Shore last Friday in a Nassau Conference A-IV boys’ basketball game. more
Five Freeport High School seniors signed their national letters of intent earlier this month to continue playing sports in college. A National Letter of Intent is a letter a student athlete submits … more
An overflow crowd mirroring those of the 1980s packed Lynbrook High School last Friday night and was treated to a thriller between two of Nassau County’s leading contenders for the Class A boys’ basketball title. more
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