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Despite owning the top seed in the Nassau Class A boys' basketball playoffs, Elmont head coach George Holub knew his team would have its hands full with No. 17 Valley Stream South. more
Sewanhaka boys’ basketball has had its share of ebbs and flows over the past decade. Each season found the Indians searching for that signature win that would catapult them from pretender to contender. But, for one reason or another, the team would fall short. Until now. more
Immediately following the sound of the buzzer in Elmont’s loss to Floral Park in last season’s Nassau County Class A girls’ basketball title game, the Lady Spartans were anointed as the team to beat in 2016-17. more
Winning 10 or more basketball games on a regular basis at the high school level is a sign of program stability and consistency. At Sewanhaka, hitting double-digits in the win column each year has become the norm. However, over the past three seasons, the Lady Indians have bowed out quietly in the opening round of the playoffs. 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
Fair or unfair, the members of the Elmont boys’ basketball team take the floor with the proverbial bullseye on their backs each and every night. The fact that most of the players from the 2016 state championship team have graduated is irrelevant. When you’re the defending champs, opponents bring their A game to try to knock you off. more
The Sewanhaka East wrestling team had seven wrestlers qualify for the county tournament in 2015-16, and five of them are back to take another step toward county supremacy. With the program’s participation numbers stronger than they’ve been in ages, the outlook for the present and future is rosy. 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
Several Sewanhaka Central High School District student athletes participated in the Nassau County Senior Bowl held at Mitchell Field on Nov. 24, Thanksgiving morning. Elmont Memorial High School quarterback Aaron Ruthman was selected as the game’s Most Valuable Offensive Player. District students who were also selected to play in the game along with Ruthman included Jayden Richardson and Lucas Mathieu, also from Elmont Memorial, Floral Park Memorial High School’s Liam Flanagan and Cole Horan, New Hyde Park Memorial High School’s CJ Carrick and Steven Chambers, and Sewanhaka High School’s Jovianni Garcia and Alex Cherry. more
The Molloy College women’s basketball program seems to be on an upswing, after posting a winning conference record and earning a berth in the East Coast Conference playoffs last winter. more
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