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Back in December, the Oceanside girls’ basketball team earned a win over its first-round Nassau Class AA playoff opponent, Hicksville. But, last Friday night, the young Lady Sailors learned the postseason can be an entirely different animal. more
Despite a solid runner-up finish in one of Nassau’s six qualifying tournaments, Dan Fishman was unseeded in the county’s 106-pound bracket at last weekend’s Division I wrestling championships at Hofstra. more
After a slow start to the season, the Oceanside wrestling team seems to be peaking at the right time. The Sailors earned a third-place finish in last Saturday’s Nassau County qualifying tournament hosted by MacArthur, and had 10 of their wrestlers earn spots in the upcoming Division I county championships. more
In search of a third straight trip to the Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball playoffs, Oceanside took an important step last Saturday with a much-needed 43-33 home victory over Uniondale in a pivotal Conference AA-I game. more
Season tickets for the Long Island Nets’ inaugural 2017-18 campaign at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum presented by New York Community Bank will go on sale Monday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. more
Youth is sweeping the Nassau County High School gymnastics scene this season and Oceanside is no exception with one senior and no juniors on its roster. more
It’s been less than smooth sailing for the Oceanside boys’ basketball team, and on Jan. 12, the team was once again hit by an unexpected storm. A second-half three-point barrage from Massapequa’s Michael Baierlein proved to be too much for the Sailors to handle, as they fell on their home court by a 55-37 final. more
After back-to-back 13-win seasons, each which resulted in a playoff berth, Oceanside came into the 2016-17 basketball season looking forward to taking the next step. Despite an overall record of 3-5, the relatively young and inexperienced Lady Sailors are clearly on the right track. more
Oceanside’s wrestling team has two important tasks this season according to head coach Julio Flores. Winning as much as possible still remains a priority, and the Sailors’ group of returning seniors should give them an opportunity to remain competitive. But, with no juniors on the roster, developing young athletes will also be a high priority. more
Third-year Hofstra wrestling head coach Dennis Papadatos has worked hard to resurrect a winning culture into the program and is starting to see dividends. more
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