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About 100 people gathered on the boardwalk on Aug. 3 to honor the man remembered as “Mr. Long Beach” at the seventh annual Larry Elovich 5K Memorial Fun Run and Walk. The event is hosted each … more
Nassau Community College’s football program produced a strong finish in 2018 under then-second-year head coach Jamel Ramsay, who guided the Lions to eight wins in 11 games capped by a dominant 46-6 victory over Northland Community Tech in the Red Grange Bowl. more
On Aug. 19, all Nassau County public high school varsity football programs will begin preparations for the upcoming season, scheduled to open Friday, Sept. 13 with 10 games under the lights. more
The ultra-popular girls’ basketball summer league at Freeport has served as a tremendous outlet for high school athletes for more than two decades and continues to do so. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will host two local player tryouts this September, with local basketball hopefuls competing for the chance to earn an invitation to the team’s training camp in October. more
New York Surf Week, presented by NYSEA, returned to Long Beach July 10 to 14 for its tenth year with an array of surfing and skating competitions, a movie night, a summer party, charity events and a … more
Amid New York Surf Week, July 10 to 14, a group of Herald Community Newspapers editors — Bridget Downes, Melissa Koenig, Nadya Nataly, Alyssa Seidman and Brian Steiglitz — and intern Frank … more
The Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame will hold its 2019 induction ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at the Crest Hollow County Club. For ticket information, go to www.sectionviii.org. more
The Long Island Ducks, in their 20th anniversary season and first under manager Wally Backman, overcame a myriad of roster defections to Major League Baseball or foreign organizations in the first half of the Atlantic League campaign to win 42 of 69 games to finish atop the Liberty Division standings. more
The landscape of professional lacrosse has changed, but the goal for the rebuilt New York Lizards remains the same — compete for the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) championship. more
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