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A Seaford baseball season filled with promise came to a sudden end last week. After winning their opening playoff game at fifth-seeded Floral Park 9-7 on May 16, the Vikings were eliminated from the double elimination Nassau County Class A tournament with back-to-back losses. more
Two Nassau Class AA playoff-bound baseball teams needed an extra inning to decide the winner in the final game of the regular season on May 13, with MacArthur defeating Valley Stream Central, 6-5. more
This season ended in disappointment, but the future is bright for the Seaford’s girls’ lacrosse program. Carle Place halted Seaford’s run of four straight Nassau County Class C semifinal appearances. more
More than 200 residents of Elmont and the surrounding communities packed Sewanhaka High School on May 7 to ask questions and hear details about a proposed $400 million stadium, restaurant and retail … more
MacArthur’s boys’ tennis team aced the regular season and now has eyes on a conference title. The Generals completed a perfect regular season with a 5-2 victory at Sewanhaka last Friday. more
MacArthur’s softball team has been nearly perfect in 2015. The Lady Generals (13-1) entered the final three games of the regular season atop the Conference AA-1 standings and in prime position to earn a first-round playoff bye. more
At the midway point of conference play, MacArthur is at the top of the baseball standings on the strength of solid pitching and defense. The Generals entered the last week of April with a 6-2 mark in Conference AA-I. 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
Seaford softball’s move up to Conference AB-I this season has had its ups and downs thus far. The Lady Vikings entered the week with a record of 6-4. more
The Mets and Yankees started play on April 6, and Seaford Little Leaguers followed suit five days later. Opening Day festivities were held last Saturday morning at Seaman’s Neck Park. more
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