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The Long Island Nets, in their third season of existence and second calling Nassau Coliseum home, have plenty of new things to offer for the 2018-19 campaign. more
The East Meadow boys’ cross-country team took home the regular season Conference 1 championship with a 13-0 record and a number of skilled and athletic runners that made it to States as one of the top teams in all of New York. more
Both teams are deemed co-champions since the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer final Oct. 30 was decided on penalty kicks, but it’s an extremely small consolation prize in the eyes of the East Meadow Lady Jets. more
When the East Meadow Lady Jets traveled to Massapequa for their regular-season finale on Oct. 19 for a matchup that would determine the Conference AA1 girls’ soccer champ, there was every reason to think the game would serve as a preview for the Class AA county championship two weeks later. more
Competing in Nassau County’s premier boys’ volleyball conference had its challenges for East Meadow, which predominantly hung tough and earned one of the top five playoff seeds. more
The future appears bright for East Meadow, which entered the final week of the regular season with a spot in the Nassau Class AA boys’ soccer playoffs in mind after failing to win a conference game a year ago and with just two conference victories since 2015. more
Tied in the win column entering last Friday’s Nassau Conference IV football showdown under the lights, big plays separated high-scoring Clarke from gritty West Hempstead in a battle of Rams. more
Sitting atop arguably the toughest conference in Nassau County soccer, the East Meadow Lady Jets know they can’t afford to look too far ahead, even in the face of a high expectations after returning most of their roster following a Class AA semifinals berth a year ago. more
A pivotal goal-line stand during a scoreless second half proved the difference in East Meadow’s 20-16 win at Long Beach last Saturday in a Nassau Conference I football matchup. 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
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