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Every fall, the high school sports pages are dominated by the activities on the football field, soccer pitch, or volleyball court. But the punishing workouts carried out by the cross-country runners throughout the land are something to behold. more
Dozens of youth baseball players had the opportunity to learn from a former World Series hero in Oceanside. Jim Leyritz, whose game-tying three-run homer in game four of the 1996 World Series helped propel the Yankees to their first championship in 18 years, gave a hitting clinic at East Coast Sports Academy last Saturday. more
A five-goal outburst in the first round of the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoffs set up seventh-seeded Oceanside’s third matchup of 2014 against No. 2 East Meadow in the quarterfinals on … more
The No.2-ranked team in the preseason is clinging to playoff hopes in Nassau Conference I. Oceanside needs a win over undefeated Baldwin in this Saturday’s regular-season finale or help elsewhere to finish in the top eight after falling to visiting Massapequa last Friday night, 55-35. more
With only one loss in its last five games heading into the regular-season finale, Oceanside has gained some confidence just in time for the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoffs. more
A rebuilt Oceanside boys’ volleyball team has come a long way in a short time. The Sailors, who lost five starters from a year ago, worked through some kinks in the early going and haven’t been beaten since Sept. 17. more
Returning a strong senior group gave Oceanside girls’ volleyball coach Amy Muchnick a good feeling heading into the season, and so far the team has delivered with positive results. more
East Meadow overcame a field-goal deficit at halftime to beat Oceanside on its Homecoming to improve to 3-0 on the year. more
Losing four straight Conference AA-1 games out of the gate could take a toll on a young team with only two seniors in the starting lineup, but Oceanside girls’ soccer coach Marianna Winchester is optimistic things will turn around. more
New York Islanders fans anxious to get an early look at the Barclays Center, the Islanders’ new Brooklyn home starting in the 2015-16 NHL season, can do so on Sept. 26, when the Islanders will host … more
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