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In celebration of Grandparent’s Day, Aetna partnered with the Mets and hosted a private event before the game with former Major League Baseball outfielder and coach, William Hayward “Mookie” Wilson. more
North Shore’s boys’ soccer team has improved after its 2-8 conference record a year ago and is looking for redemption and a shot at the playoffs come year’s end. more
It didn’t take long for Lawrence, a team with a regular-season record of 47-12-10 dating back to 2012, to become part of the conversation of leading contenders for the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer championship. more
For the second time in as many weeks, Clarke had four different players reach the end zone in an impressive Nassau Conference IV football victory. more
Calhoun needed its top players to come through in the clutch when things looked bleak. The Colts got just that and, in the end, snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. more
The Freeport girls’ soccer program is looking to continue the momentum established during last fall’s second-place conference finish. more
South Side’s football team traveled to Big Red Stadium last Saturday and soundly defeated Glen Cove, 35-14, for its second straight win to start the season. more
Aiming to end a four-years-running absence from the playoffs, the Valley Stream North boys’ soccer team is still working out kinks through the early weeks of Nassau Conference A-5 action. more
After a run of underwhelming campaigns, Lynbrook will look to get things turned around on the boys’ soccer pitch in 2018. The Owls lost just a handful of starters to graduation from a team that finished with but three victories a year ago. more
Long Beach might be the smallest school among the 14 in Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer, but the Lady Marines are embracing the underdog role and have big expectations a year after capturing the Conference AA-3 title in undefeated fashion. more
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