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Seaford enters the last week of the regular season gunning for one of the top seeds in the upcoming Nassau Class A girls’ basketball playoffs. more
Joe Ricciardi had two hits and Nick Tucci scored twice to highlight a nine-run top of the third inning outburst by MacArthur last Friday as the Generals seized control of the Nassau Conference A-I baseball driver’s seat with an 11-0 victory at Carey. more
After a slow start, Seaford baseball is primed for a big regular season finish. The Vikings (10-6) entered the week winners of six in a row and in strong position to clinch a spot in the upcoming Class A playoffs in their final three games. more
MacArthur High School Junior Jessica Budrewicz was one out away from pitching a complete shutout in the 2017 Nassau County Division A title game Island Trees last May. With her twin sister, Ashley, … more
The MacArthur wrestling team has eyes on competing against the state’s best. The inaugural New York State dual meet wrestling championships are slated for late January in Syracuse, and MacArthur head coach Rob Paletta thinks his Generals have the ability to march onto the big stage. more
The Long Island Nets are looking to their fans to create the team’s first-ever mascot. Fans are invited to design and submit mascot concepts that represent what it means to be a Long Islander and that reflect the team’s family values of loyalty, aspiration and legacy. more
After stumbling out of the gate with an almost entirely new starting lineup, MacArthur girls’ lacrosse is hitting its stride and eyeing a big finish. more
The Seaford girls’ lacrosse team embarked on its new season without a familiar face. Longtime Lady Vikings’ head coach Kurt Dankenbrink, who founded Seaford High School’s girls lacrosse program in 1999, is taking a year off. more
NYCB LIVE, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum will be offering a new, limited time “Kids Go Free” program to offer affordable family-friendly entertainment opportunities to Long Islanders. more
In 46 years of coaching track and field – and nearly half of that time spent at Seaford High School – Ed Trentowski has seen just about everything. And yet, his Seaford boys’ track team still racked up a series of accomplishments this spring that managed to surprise the veteran coach – in a very pleasant way. more
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