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East Meadow’s Emily Shurina had an eerie feeling when she stepped to the foul line with 26 seconds left and her team trailing visiting Calhoun by a point in last Friday’s Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball first-round playoff matchup. more
With wins in four of its last five regular-season games, East Meadow not only accomplished a .500 finish in Nassau Conference AA-II but secured a first-round home game in the Class AA playoff tournament. more
Entering the 2016-17 wrestling season, East Meadow coach Lou Lago expected the loss of nine seniors to affect the team’s overall performance in dual meets, as the Jets would be limited in certain weight classes. more
Clarke’s inability to build a comfortable halftime lead despite holding visiting Island Trees to a mere eight points came back to haunt the Rams in last Friday’s Nassau Conference A-IV boys’ basketball game. more
Season tickets for the Long Island Nets’ inaugural 2017-18 campaign at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum presented by New York Community Bank will go on sale Monday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. more
A young Clarke wrestling team took a major step in a Jan. 4 league match against Mineola that was decided at the wire. Freshman Osmond Bouyer, a 200-pound varsity newcomer, stepped up with a win in the day’s final bout to help the Rams pick up a 35-33 victory. more
While East Meadow and Valley Stream Central brought identical 1-10 records into their Nassau Conference AA-II boys’ basketball clash on Jan. 12, there was no shortage of intensity, strong passing, and slick shooting from long range at Memorial JHS. more
Head coach Pete Olenik expected East Meadow’s girls’ basketball team to surpass its 6-12 overall record from last season and even rack up double-digit wins. Entering this week’s action, the Lady Jets had already matched that win total (6-4 overall) with nine games remaining. more
After graduating nine seniors, East Meadow wrestling took to the mats this season with a junior-heavy roster. The Jets are led by 138-pound junior Shawn Regan, who earned All-County honors last winter. more
Third-year Hofstra wrestling head coach Dennis Papadatos has worked hard to resurrect a winning culture into the program and is starting to see dividends. more
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