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W.T. Clarke High School students rolled the dice this year for their annual Homecoming parade, which took place at halftime of last Saturday’s varsity football game against Valley Stream South. more
Clarke pounded out five rushing touchdowns, with senior quarterback John Zaino and junior running back Aaron Dawson each scoring a pair, en route to a 36-6 Homecoming victory over Valley Stream South last Saturday. more
As the regular season winds down, the Clarke field hockey team finds itself as one of the best in Nassau Conference I. The Lady Rams currently have a 9-2 overall record, including 8-2 against conference opponents. more
East Meadow’s on the cusp of its first Nassau boy’s soccer playoff berth in the last five seasons on the strength of a senior class that’s helped guide the team to a win and two ties over the last three games. more
Clarke may be fit to be tied on the soccer field after battling to three straight 1-1 draws between Sept. 23 and Oct. 1, but earning one point each time kept the Rams in the thick of the Conference ABC-III playoff race. more
East Meadow overcame a field-goal deficit at halftime to beat Oceanside on its Homecoming to improve to 3-0 on the year. more
Clarke opened up its Conference AB-II season with a 1-1 tie on Sept. 18, against a Manhasset team that it defeated in the opening round of last season’s Nassau County Class A girls’ soccer playoff tournament in a heart-stopping battle that went to penalty kicks. more
New York Islanders fans anxious to get an early look at the Barclays Center, the Islanders’ new Brooklyn home starting in the 2015-16 NHL season, can do so on Sept. 26, when the Islanders will host … more
East Meadow got a good measure of where it stands in the pecking order of Nassau County girls’ soccer with a 1-1 tie against Massapequa in their Conference AA-I opener on Sept. 8. The Lady Jets more than held their own against the Lady Chiefs, the reigning New York State champions. more
East Meadow native Rich Ohrnberger, an offensive lineman for the San Diego Chargers, was in the spotlight last Monday night after entering the season opener against the Arizona Cardinals in the first half when starting center Nick Hartwick went down with an ankle injury. Though the Chargers lost, 18-17, Ohrnberger played a role in two touchdown drives in the second half. The former East Meadow High School and Penn State University standout began his sixth NFL season. more
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