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Homecoming at Lawrence Woodmere Academy included two soccer games, rides and games, class booths, a variety of food and an alumni reunion on Oct. 18. more
The parade route was shorter that past homecomings, but the Lawrence High School Golden Tornadoes kept up their end of the bargain as they pasted Floral Park 50-7 and remain undefeated in Conference III at 7-0 last Saturday. more
Every Thursday through the school year from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., children from the Lawrence school community who share an interest in basketball, dancing and learning can join the All-in-One-Athletics program offered out of the Life Club on Mill Road in Lawrence. more
Trailing Hewlett by a point midway through the third quarter of last Saturday’s Homecoming game between a pair of four-win teams, Valley Stream North’s Joe Ruscillo got his offense back in business with a defensive fumble recovery. more
For the past decade, Lawrence’s offensive prowess has been well documented in the annals of Long Island high school football. While the Golden Tornadoes entered last Saturday’s showdown with Plainedge averaging 41 points per game, their defense has been a little unheralded. more
First place in Nassau Conference III will be on the line this Saturday when three-time defending county champion Lawrence hosts Plainedge at 2 p.m. in a battle of undefeated teams. more
The death of Shoreham-Wading River High School varsity football player Tom Cutinella due to a head injury in an Oct. 1 game reverberated throughout the Long Island scholastic sports community and was felt in the Five Towns. more
With no starters back from last year’s playoff team, Hewlett has experienced its shares of ups and downs in 2014 and will need to get hot down the stretch to return to Nassau Class A boys’ soccer postseason play. more
Two days after rallying from a two-goal deficit at Roslyn to earn a non-league tie, Hewlett’s girls’ soccer team completed a big comeback to edge Conference AB-5 rival Valley Stream South, 3-2, on Sept. 22 at Ogden Elementary School. more
When the Lawrence girls’ soccer team had its projected starting goalkeeper transfer to a different school just before the beginning of the season, the Lady Golden Tornadoes were left in a difficult position. more
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