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Despite not allowing a goal in three weeks and being undefeated, South Side had a little more work to do last Friday to secure the Nassau Conference A3 boys’ soccer title. more
South Side showed some mental fortitude after a couple of tough losses last week, rebounding with a 5-2 victory over Kennedy on Oct. 4 to take hold of the second — and last — playoff spot in Nassau Conference 2B girls’ tennis. more
The South Side Cyclones took advantage of some early opportunities and rode the legs of their two top weapons to continue their hot start on the gridiron. more
Golfers hoping to improve their golf game may want to consider hiring a caddie. And not just any caddie — Theodore Batkin. more
The South Side girls’ volleyball team has picked up where it left off from last season and remains a top contender for both the Nassau and Long Island Class A titles. more
Baseballs flew from Jarad Vollkommer’s arm, which a nearby screen logged as moving at 909 rotations per minute. It was a typical day in the Motus Global lab. The Rockville Centre-based business … more
South Side girls’ soccer entered the 2018 season fueled with extra motivation to return the program to championship heights after a rare pre-finals exit last October. more
The tennis courts at Jennie E. Hewitt Elementary School in Rockville Centre are currently being restored, according to school officials, and should be ready for use next month. Schools … more
South Side’s football team traveled to Big Red Stadium last Saturday and soundly defeated Glen Cove, 35-14, for its second straight win to start the season. more
For South Side boys’ soccer, finishing the regular season with 21 points out of a possible 36 — despite losing just once — and in a tie for fourth place, in addition to falling short in a Class A first-round playoff game, 2017 just wasn’t up to standard. more
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