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The Long Island Nets, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will hold a local player tryout this Saturday, Sept. 24, leading up to the team’s inaugural season in the NBA D-League. more
Long Beach High School graduate Emily Agudelo did not have to travel far to thrive on a national level as a women’s college soccer player. more
After surfers from all over the country came to Long Beach for the 2016 RVCA Unsound Pro last weekend to test their talents on the city’s swells, Asher Nolan claimed first place and was crowned the event’s champion. more
Long Beach students experienced serenity, excitement and in some cases bravery while participating in the annual Surfers Healing Surf Camp held at Lido West Town Beach on Sept. 14. more
Valley Stream Central senior Arnold Mwape broke a scoreless tie with Long Beach with a one-timer off the post with two minutes remaining in the first half and added his second goal of the game with 18 minutes left to lead the Eagles to a 3-1 victory in a Nassau Conference AA-IV boys’ soccer game at Firemen’s Field on Sept. 13. more
The Michelle O’Neill Foundation kicked off its 20th annual volleyball tournament last Saturday, an event that attracted thousands of participants and spectators to the nets along Long Beach’s shore for competitive and recreational play. more
A courageous health battle facing one of the Long Beach girls’ soccer captains is drawing inspiration for the Lady Marines to compete extra hard this fall. Valeria Catrambone, a varsity player since her freshman year, was diagnosed in June with a rare form of stage four cancer and is now in the mist of intensive chemotherapy treatments. more
The Hofstra men’s soccer team reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine years in 2015 and is eyeing a repeat postseason trip this fall. more
When Lora Webster began to feel constant pain in her knee while playing on two basketball teams nearly 20 years ago, she paid a visit to the doctor. After a biopsy showed a cancerous tumor in her left tibia, the then-11-year-old athlete made one request. more
The Hofstra women’s soccer team is looking to keep momentum this fall off a successful 2015 season that saw the Pride reach the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time in program history. more
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