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Saturday, November 29, 2014
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New York Islanders players visited 10 Nassau County elementary schools on Nov. 19, greeting their youngest fans and offering words of advice and encouragement. North Merrick’s Old Mill Road School, it seemed, got the first draft pick. more
Just two years ago, Lexie Tillman was a sprinter who was afraid to run longer distances. She recently finished the cross-country season as Kennedy High School’s best female runner, speeding past hundreds of Nassau County girls to win four races this fall at Bethpage State Park. more
Mepham High School students came ready for an evening of good-natured competition at the sixth annual Battle of the Classes at the Brookside School on Nov. 12. more
To understand how trying the 2014 New York State Cross-Country Championship was, you only need compare Charles Skidmore’s performances over the past two years. The Mepham High School senior first ran in the state championship in 2013. He placed 77th in a time of 16:17. This year he moved up 19 places, to 58th, but his time dropped by 45 seconds, to 17:02. more
The Bellmore-Merrick girls’ varsity swim team nearly toppled Garden City in the Nassau swimming and diving championships at the Nassau County Aquatic Center on Nov. 8, taking second place while the Lady Trojans won their 14th straight title. more
After repeating her championship finishes in the Nassau County Class I and Section VIII Class A State Qualifier cross-country races, Calhoun junior Grace Moore competed in New York State meet last Saturday at SUNY-Canton — not far from the Canadian border. more
Calhoun had its string of three straight appearances in the Nassau County Class AA girls’ soccer finals snapped by upset-minded Hicksville, the No. 6 seed, in a 1-0 quarterfinal defeat on Oct. 29. more
The crisp autumn day of Oct. 24 proved just right for Calhoun High School’s Homecoming ... more
Calhoun continued to storm through October, keeping its unbeaten mark this month intact with a 4-1 victory over No. 10 East Meadow in the first round of the Nassau County Class AA boys’ soccer playoffs last Friday. more
Playing in Nassau County’s top girls’ soccer conference made for some difficult days and growing pains for Kennedy, which drew another tough assignment in the form of Conference III champion Lynbrook in the first round of the Class A playoffs last Friday. more
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