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Despite being hit hard by graduation, Oceanside’s baseball program revamped and put together a third straight highly successful season and deep run in the Nassau Class AA playoffs. more
Playing five playoff games in six days eventually took a toll on Mepham’s baseball team. The 12th-seeded Pirates, after winning three do-or-die games in the Nassau Class A double-elimination tournament, saw their 2017 campaign end May 20 with a 7-4 defeat at No. 4 Garden City. more
After a dominant effort in its playoff opener, No. 3 Hewlett boys’ lacrosse saw its postseason journey end abruptly on May 24 against No. 2 Garden City, with a 14-2 loss in the Nassau Class B semifinals. Despite the disappointing finish for the Bulldogs, the season as a whole left plenty to be pleased with, according to head coach Jesse Corben. more
After falling handily in the regular season, South Side gave top-seeded Manhasset a major scare in the Nassau Class B boys lacrosse semifinals before a three-goal spurt early in the fourth quarter led to a 12-7 season-ending defeat on May 23. more
Based on the seeds, Carey appeared to be an overwhelming favorite to knock off the Manhasset Indians and advance to the semifinal round of the Nassau Class A baseball playoffs. But when it comes to elimination games, as they say, anything can happen. more
At the onset of the high school softball season, there were a ton of unknowns at West Hempstead. The Rams were very competitive in 2016 and had a half-dozen returnees, but the extended winter gave head coach Chris Van Kovics little time to assess his team’s strengths or get in much work on situational softball. more
It would never do to not wholeheartedly root for one’s own school. But when Baldwin’s girls’ basketball team made a postseason run that lasted till late this past March – capturing the state Class AA title – Lady Bruins lacrosse coach Rebecca LaFlare might have been forgiven had her school pride been tempered with impatience. more
After a 2016 season where the Glen Cove Big Red boys’ lacrosse team finished 10-5 with a solid amount of returning talent, this spring’s campaign looked promising. more
After completing their season with an 8-7 record in a tough Nassau Girls Conference I, the North Shore Lady Vikings lacrosse team chases a county title in this year’s playoffs. more
Harrison Gorman, a 17-year-old from Massapequa, was part of St. William the Abbot’s record-breaking freestyle relay team at the Catholic Youth Organization of Nassau and Suffolk swim … more
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