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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
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An Oct. 25 ceremony inducting the Hofstra 1975-76 and 1999-00 men’s basketball teams that reached the NCAA Tournament into the university’s athletics hall of fame has provided extra inspiration for a talented 2015-16 group to make similar history. more
A bend-but-don’t-break defense over the last 32 minutes along with a pair of long second-half scoring drives allowed MacArthur to put an end to Carey’s remarkable two-year reign atop Nassau County football last Friday night. more
After losing several key runners from last year’s county championship winning club, Valley Stream North boys’ cross country coach Tim Boyens figured this fall would be a rebuilding season for his team. more
They came in as champions and Marcos Senna and Raúl went out as champions last Sunday night, helping lead the New York Cosmos to the NASL Championship title. more
When the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer playoffs began last month, there was perhaps no coach in the county who had more confidence in his team than Carey’s Matt Princi. more
For a third straight week, senior quarterback Michael Catanese sparked a come-from-behind victory for two-time defending Nassau Conference II and Long Island Class II champion Carey. more
The way Valley Stream North junior goalkeeper Kelly Kroez was playing in last Friday’s Nassau Class A girls’ soccer first-round playoff game at North Shore, coach Geoff O’Connell said he was optimistic good things would happen if the Lady Spartans extended the match to penalty kicks. more
With some key returnees, a deep roster, and most importantly, a healthy lineup, Carey boys' soccer team hit the ground running this year. The Seahawks lost just once over their first seven matches and stand at 6-3-3. more
A week after having its Long Island-best 25-game winning streak snapped, Carey’s football team returned to the win column in style last Saturday by defeating Conference II rival Elmont, 41-14, in the first game on its newly installed field. more
Carey girls’ soccer coach Lola Intagliata was inspired by the U.S women’s soccer team’s World Cup title run this past summer and hopes their theme of “strong alone, champions together” translates to her squad this season. more
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