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Not thrilled with its No. 8 seed in the Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball playoffs after winning 13 games, Calhoun responded with what Katie Healy described as its best performance of the season in a 72-39 victory over No. 9 Oceanside in a first-round matchup on Feb. 15. more
With seven wins in its last eight Conference AA/A-III games, Calhoun enters the Nassau Class AA boys’ basketball playoffs on a tear and with the luxury of a home tipoff. more
Hofstra University to host Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships on March 3-4. more
If its performance throughout the regular season and last Saturday’s qualifying tournament are any indication, Kennedy could be on the verge of its best finish at the Nassau County wrestling championships in 20 years. more
A handful of top 25-ranked players as well as exhibition matches featuring men’s tennis legend John McEnroe and 2017 women’s U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens highlight the New York Open ATP World Tour debut tournament set for Feb. 11-18 at NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Coliseum. more
With a handful of games remaining in a season mired by inconsistency, Kennedy boys’ basketball was in dire need of a signature victory to keep its playoff hopes alive. more
MacArthur and Mepham have become familiar opponents on the girls’ basketball court this winter with the South Shore rivals squaring off for a third time this season last Saturday and second time in a one-week span. more
In its first season under head coach Mallory Palmieri-Freely, Kennedy went 5-7 in Nassau Conference A-I girls’ basketball and came within a victory of qualifying for the Class A playoffs. more
NYCB LIVE, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum will be offering a new, limited time “Kids Go Free” program to offer affordable family-friendly entertainment opportunities to Long Islanders. more
Trailing at MacArthur by as many as seven points late in the first half, Calhoun got its transition game going in the second half behind Katie Healy and pulled away for a 51-41 victory in a Nassau Conference AA/A-III girls’ basketball matchup on MLK Day. more
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