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With its second explosive inning in as many games and shutdown pitching from sophomore Jessica Budrewicz, top-seeded MacArthur resolved some unfinished business by capturing the Nassau Class AA softball title with a 7-1 victory over No. 3 East Meadow to complete a sweep of the best-of-three championship series at Mitchel Athletic Complex on May 25. more
It was clear from the first inning that runs were going to be at a premium in the third-round Nassau County Class A baseball playoff game between No. 3 Seaford and No. 11 Kennedy last Friday. more
In what projected to be a close game between the No. 8 and 9 seeds in the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse playoffs, a dominant performance on draws and a relentless transition game led host Lynbrook to a convincing 16-7 victory over MacArthur on May 17. more
A year ago, voters in the Seaford School District passed a budget that restored a full middle-school sports program for the first time in five years. more
Seaford raised its game late in the season to become a serious contender in a challenging Nassau Class A softball. The fifth-seeded Lady Vikings won their last four games of the regular season and then blew away their first two playoff opponents. more
Devon Cajuste is headed to the NFL. The Seaford native signed with the San Francisco 49ers on April 30. more
Seaford clinched a league title last week and is now geared up for playoff run in a deep Nassau Class A baseball tournament. The Vikings took two games from Island Trees to sew up a first place finish in Conference A-IV. more
Residents are debating four proposed development plans for the 28-acre south parcel at Belmont Park. Three of those plans involve converting the land into big-box retail outlets as well as a grocery … more
More than 150 union workers, fans, and locals rallied at the south lot of Belmont Park to urge state officials to make a decision on a proposed soccer stadium and complex that has been lying in wait … more
The county comptroller released an audit last week stating that the Nassau County Police Department exceeded its overtime budget by $96.2 million over a six-year period due to systemic under-budgeting, overly optimistic savings projections and slipshod record-keeping. more
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