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Heading down the stretch of the baseball season, Mepham is exactly where it wants to be: smack in the middle of the playoff race. After a win, loss and tie with Herricks last week, the Pirates were tied for second place. more
They came from Nassau and Suffolk counties, New York City, upstate New York — even Virginia. Most of the hundreds of runners in the 10th Annual Robbie’s Run, however, came from Merrick. more
Mepham senior Alexa Boscarino started strong in the circle in a Nassau Conference A-I softball battle with district-rival Calhoun by retiring the first six batters she faced. But it’s the way she finished that helped the Lady Pirates hold off the Lady Colts, 6-5, on April 16. more
Last season was one for the history books for the Long Island Ducks, who celebrated their 15th year of operation in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and welcomed the six-millionth fan to pass through the turnstiles. more
The hits just keep on coming for a Kennedy softball team that’s averaging more than 10 per game (74 total) during a 6-0 start in Conference AB-II. more
Kathy Miller, a Merrick resident and manager of North Merrick’s Carefree Racquet Club, is the U.S. Tennis Association Eastern Section’s 2015 “Tennis Woman of the Year.” more
The 10th Annual Robbie’s Run — the Merrick 5K fundraiser for Forever 9: The Robbie Levine Foundation, which funds automated external defibrillators and cardiopulmonary resuscitation equipment and training — will take place Sunday, April 26, at Levy-Lakeside Elementary School. more
Hundreds of athletes from Nassau and Suffolk counties converged last Saturday on Kennedy High School for this year’s Cougar Invitational. more
Mepham turned the improbable into reality, scoring three goals in the final three minutes—including two on consecutive man-down possessions—to complete a comeback from a six-goal halftime deficit to knock off Lawrence, 15-14, in a Nassau boys’ lacrosse non-conference battle last Saturday. more
One final parking lot tailgate. One final walk through the way-too-narrow concourse. One final puck drop. One final chant ribbing the cross-town rivals. One final eye squint trying to read the small, … more
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