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Saturday, January 31, 2015
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MacArthur and Calhoun battled back-and-forth for the first half of its Conference AA-III girls’ basketball matchup on Tuesday night, swapping leads four different times. But after halftime, the Lady Generals found their groove on defense and pulled away for a 63-46 victory more
Seaford wrestling suffered major graduation losses from last season, but entered the 2014-15 campaign with many grapplers motivated to create new success for the program. more
Leading scrappy MacArthur by as many as a dozen points in the fourth quarter of last Saturday’s Conference AA-III girls’ basketball matchup, host Long Beach needed some late heroics from freshman sensation Kadaja Bailey to pull out the victory. more
As the High School Hockey League of Nassau County enters the stretch run, Wantagh/Seaford is looking to keep firing on all cylinders after a difficult start. The Baymen have seven wins and a tie in their last eight more
Longtime Nassau County wrestling powerhouse MacArthur High School has taken some injury blows early this season, but head coach Rob Paletta hopes the Generals can peak when it matters most. more
Head coach Kate Lynch believes Molloy College’s women’s basketball team has made a lot of progress since last season’s defeat to NYIT in the opening round of the East Coast Conference Tournament. more
Ranked seventh out of 11 teams in the East Coast Conference men’s basketball preseason poll, Molloy College will carry some confidence into the ECC schedule after winning five of its first six games out of the gate. more
Hofstra women’s basketball hopes to rebound from a disappointing season that saw the Pride finish with a 14-15 record; 8-8 in the Colonial Athletic Conference. more
Expectations are far different for Joe Mihalich’s second season as Hofstra men’s basketball head coach. more
Lerthon Theuma is one of 15 players on the Hofstra men’s soccer team who was born outside the United States, but Theuma is the only one of them who can say he went to high school in this country. The Franklin Square resident moved here from Malta when he was 12 and spent his teenage formative years adjusting to American cultural norms, both on and off the soccer field. more
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