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Even when he wasn’t terrorizing Mepham’s defense with his legs, Garden City’s Trevor Yeboah-Kodie found a way to create havoc in last Friday’s Nassau Conference II football championship game at Hofstra. more
The Calhoun girls tennis team netted a 180 degree turnaround this fall with a league title one year after winning just one match. more
The wind chill dipped to an uncomfortable 17 degrees last Friday night at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium, but Mepham’s offense cranked up the heat in the second half of its Conference II football semifinal against Carey to lead the program to somewhere it hasn’t been in nearly 25 years. more
Capturing an eighth Nassau Class B championship in 10 years and third in a row was on the checklist, but ask any member of Kennedy’s boys’ volleyball team and they’ll tell you it was only part of the mission for 2017. more
With the one and only Julius “Dr. J” Erving in the house, pro basketball returned to the Nassau Coliseum (NYCB LIVE) for the first time in 40 years on Nov. 4 when the Long Island Nets hosted the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in NBA G-League action. more
For the 14th time in 15 years and for a sixth year in a row, Massapequa staked its claim to the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer title. Last Friday at Cold Spring Harbor, the third-seeded Lady Chiefs avenged a pair of regular-season losses to No. 1 Calhoun and captured the county championship on Morgan Carmada’s goal with 3:52 remaining in the second 10-minute overtime. more
A year after reaching the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer championship game, Calhoun is right back in the finals and unbeaten in its last eight. more
All season long Kennedy has had a flair for the dramatic, scoring decisive goals in the waning moments of games en route to a 6-4-2 conference record and a playoff berth in Nassau Class A boys’ soccer. more
With Conference II football playoff seeding implications on the line, Calhoun used a potent rushing attack to knock off South Side in the regular-season finale and head into the postseason with momentum at its back. more
Seven-time Grand Slam champion and Tennis Hall of Famer John McEnroe has been named as the honorary ambassador of the inaugural New York Open ATP World Tour event to be held at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, from Feb. 11-18. more
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