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Senior Jazier Whitely’s short jumper with 33 seconds remaining produced the 11th and final lead change as Sewanhaka put the finishing touches on the Nassau Conference A-II boys’ basketball title with a hard-fought 55-52 victory at Hewlett on Feb. 7. more
Hofstra University to host Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships on March 3-4. more
After growing up in Cedarhurst, Jake Burton Carpenter’s competitive skiing career was ended by a car accident shortly after he enrolled in the University of Colorado, however, Carpenter, now known as Jake Burton, has since revolutionized winter sports. more
First-place finishes by juniors Michael Gordon and Khamar Narcisse highlighted last Saturday’s performance by Hewlett’s wrestling team as it hosted one of six Nassau County qualifying tournaments. more
A handful of top 25-ranked players as well as exhibition matches featuring men’s tennis legend John McEnroe and 2017 women’s U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens highlight the New York Open ATP World Tour debut tournament set for Feb. 11-18 at NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Coliseum. more
A season after finishing 26-3 and capturing the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) Class C boys’ basketball championship, Lawrence Woodmere Academy is just starting to find its groove with a fully healthy lineup. more
No, you aren’t seeing double, the water isn’t refracting the light and tricking your eyes. It’s just that twins, Josh and Ben Rudgayzer, have propelled Hewlett High School’s boys’ varsity swim team to a record of 6-1-1, with a meet on Friday against Westbury High. more
If only the season had started a month later. That is what Lawrence boys’ basketball head coach Lou Robinson was lamenting after watching his team put a huge scare into Conference A-III foe Lynbrook down the stretch last Saturday before ultimately falling 47-42. more
NYCB LIVE, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum will be offering a new, limited time “Kids Go Free” program to offer affordable family-friendly entertainment opportunities to Long Islanders. more
When the 2017-2018 boys’ basketball season got underway, most expected Sewanhaka and Hewlett to be among the teams vying for the Nassau Conference A-II title. Last Saturday afternoon’s matchup, the first of two meetings between the teams, confirmed just that. more
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