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Controversy surrounded South Side’s dramatic 8-7 come-from-behind victory at Wantagh in a Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff game on May 18. The fifth-seeded Cyclones scored three unanswered goals, including senior Dan Mallay’s rebound shot with 1:46 remaining. more
A good team’s focus must include the little things, because they mount up throughout the season. So says South Side’s first-year girls’ lacrosse coach Rob Devlin. more
On May 2, the Glen Cove Big Red baseball team traveled to Barasch Field, home of the South Side Cyclones, looking to take the middle game of last week’s Conference A-III series. more
At first glance, Katherine Parker appears to be just like any other player on the South Side High School girls’ lacrosse team. The senior defenseman shadows one of the opposing forwards, barks out … more
With only two playoffs spots available in Nassau Conference II-B boys’ tennis, South Side has little margin for error despite entering the stretch run with a record of 6-3. more
South Side junior battery mates Mary Macre and Emma Wagner combined to go 5-for-6 and had three RBIs apiece to help Lady Cyclones put up crooked numbers in four consecutive innings last Saturday and avenge an early season defeat to East Rockaway with a convincing 15-3 home victory in a Conference ABC-II softball game. more
The 2017 Monster Energy Supercross season has proven to be most exciting in years as the battle for the hotly contested 450SX Class title intensifies. As Round 16 nears the New York area, 3-time Champion, Ryan Dungey, and top contender, Eli Tomac, now sit tied atop the championship standings. more
An overtime defeat at home to South Side late last season wasn’t forgotten by the Wantagh boys’ lacrosse team. A high level of intensity could be seen and heard from the coaches and players on the Warriors’ sideline throughout the team’s rematch against the Cyclones on April 13. more
South Side High School recognized all of its winter sports athletes who earned All-County honors and above in their respective sports at the April 5 board meeting. The winter teams include boys … more
It’s time to play ball in Rockville Centre! The rainy weather that plagued the village for most of last week finally gave way to sunny blue skies on April 8, when hundreds of young baseball and … more
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