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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
Although Oceanside fell to Farmingdale 4-1 in a Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer first-round playoff loss, the team’s 2017 campaign pivoted on two 1-0 defeats to Baldwin decided by inches. more
Though Baldwin fell behind early in its Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoff quarterfinal matchup with top-seeded Calhoun on Oct. 26, the Lady Bruins had their chances in a game they eventually lost 3-0. more
Seven-time Grand Slam champion and Tennis Hall of Famer John McEnroe has been named as the honorary ambassador of the inaugural New York Open ATP World Tour event to be held at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, from Feb. 11-18. more
What happens when 80 minutes of soccer isn’t enough to decide a winner? In the Nassau County girls’ playoffs, it means a minimum of 20 additional minutes regardless of how many goals are scored. more
“It’s become a richer experience for the community,” said Superintendent Lisa Ruiz about Homecoming. “Aside from the football game and the cheerleading, there were other activities that were available for some of the younger kids.” The activities included face painting, pumpkin painting and sand art, Ruiz added. more
With a bag of ice in his right hand and a sports drink in his left, senior Michael Djalo was the last to leave Elmont’s locker room last Saturday and walked gingerly to the sideline with a dinged knee as the Spartans prepared for the second-half kickoff holding a seven-point lead against visiting Mepham. more
Wantagh had 11 different goal scorers during the regular season, helping it to a solid third-place finish in Nassau Conference A-II boys’ soccer with eight wins, with senior Liam Ireland serving as the catalyst. more
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