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The Glen Cove girls’ soccer team finished its 2017 campaign at 4-8-2, competing within Nassau Conference AB-5. The Lady Big Red, after moving up in conference following last season, was looking for solid competition to continue to gain experience. more
While bringing home seven Nassau County football titles and five Long Island championships over the past few decades, Freeport’s high-octane offensive attack has received its share of accolades. more
Three months after he graduated from Northwestern University in September 1987, East Meadow’s Rich Borresen was embarking on his post-collegiate football career at his brother’s construction business when a surprise turn of events brought him back to the field on the biggest stage. more
Far more than neighborhood bragging rights was on the line when MacArthur and Wantagh matched up for their first boys soccer meeting since 1982 at Hofstra for a chance at reaching the county finals stage. more
A year after reaching the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer championship game, Calhoun is right back in the finals and unbeaten in its last eight. more
With a standing-room-only Homecoming crowd adding to the electricity of last Saturday’s win-and-in Conference I football matchup, East Meadow used its traditional ground attack and a strong defensive effort to extend its season while dashing Long Beach’s playoff hopes. more
The success of the Hewlett girls’ volleyball team is truly a rags-to-riches story. Two seasons after going 1-15 under then-new coach Jarrett Rubin, Hewlett reached the pinnacle in 2017 by claiming the Conference A3 title after posting an impressive 12-2 record. more
All season long Kennedy has had a flair for the dramatic, scoring decisive goals in the waning moments of games en route to a 6-4-2 conference record and a playoff berth in Nassau Class A boys’ soccer. more
With Conference II football playoff seeding implications on the line, Calhoun used a potent rushing attack to knock off South Side in the regular-season finale and head into the postseason with momentum at its back. more
After falling one set short of making a trip to the Nassau County Class B Final Four in 2016, West Hempstead boys’ volleyball coach Andrew Wilson was faced with the task of replacing six seniors who rarely left the floor. more
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