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Locked in a tie with upstart Long Beach in the second quarter of last Saturday’s Nassau Conference II football semifinal game, defending champion Carey unlocked the vault for a play senior Conor Colasurdo waited 10 weeks to run. more
Coach Tim Boyens said Valley Stream North had big expectations for 2014 after returning all of its key contributors from a team that finished second in last year’s Nassau boys’ cross-country Class III championships. more
The weather was far from ideal, but freezing temperatures and gusty winds did not faze the Wantagh football team during its Conference II quarterfinal playoff game against Sewanhaka last Friday afternoon. 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
Carey’s generated plenty of offensive fireworks and flexed its defensive muscle during a winning streak that reached 19 games after a 62-27 victory over Long Beach last Saturday before an overflow crowd on a picture-perfect Homecoming day. more
With Elmont and Sewanhaka high schools located less than four miles apart, it was no surprise that last Saturday afternoon’s football game between the schools ended up a heated battle. more
For the second consecutive year, the Carey girls’ soccer team broke out of the gate like thoroughbreds, running off eight consecutive wins to start the season, and appeared to be the team to beat in Nassau Conference AB-4. more
To nobody’s surprise, Carey has picked up right where it left off from its 2013 Long Island championship season. After a 48-21 home victory over district rival Elmont on Oct. 2, the Seahawks are 4-0 in Nassau Conference II. more
Valley Stream North’s Joe Kempton flexed as he ran towards the sideline early in the third quarter and was met with a roar from his teammates and North’s fans. Kempton and the Spartans had plenty to be excited about, as the senior’s clutch hands helped lead a 28-20 Conference III win over visiting Manhasset on Oct. 2. more
In search of a fourth straight appearance in the Nassau Class A girls’ soccer playoffs, Valley Stream North has some work to do after coming up short in each of its first three Conference AB-2 games. more
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