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When the 2014-15 basketball season began, Long Beach head coach Larry Steimer had his eyes on earning a spot in the playoffs. Securing a .500 record in a conference that included Elmont, Westbury, and MacArthur would not be an easy task, but Steimer believed a postseason berth was obtainable. more
Temperatures hovering in the 30s and a recent blizzard did little to dampen the spirits of the thousands of Long Beach residents and neighbors who gathered for the Long Beach Polar Bears’ 16th … more
City officials announced last week that construction of a new skate park should be completed by the summer, as the city continues to fast-track its plan to build the new structure for skateboarders near the Recreation Center. more
Freshman Jacori Teemer led Long Beach’s wrestling team to a runner-up finish behind Wantagh in the Nassau County Division I championships, which concluded last Sunday night at Hofstra University. more
Fresh off its first Nassau dual meet championship in 19 years, Long Beach was nothing short of dominant in last Saturday’s county qualifier tournament. more
When the breakout New York Islanders have scored one of their many dramatic goals this season at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, it sounds like the roof could blow off the place. And inside the … more
Ice skating will return to Kennedy Plaza on Valentine’s Day weekend as part of the first of two planned shopping initiatives by the city and the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce. more
It was a tale of two halves last Friday afternoon when host Long Beach was unable to make a 15-point halftime lead hold up against Mepham in a Conference AA-III girls’ basketball game, falling 63-53 despite having three players score in double figures. more
Long Beach put an exclamation point on the Conference 2A wrestling championship with a convincing 54-16 victory over visiting MacArthur in a winner-take-all match before a packed house on Jan. 21. more
Some basketball players, regardless of talent level, thrive more off the bench than they do being a part of the starting five. Long Beach senior Andrew LaVelle is a perfect example. more
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