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Seaford bid for a third straight county football title was thwarted by a suffocating Cold Spring Harbor defense. more
A packed Mack Sports Complex with new state-of-the-art video boards greeted the Hofstra men’s basketball team for its home opener on Nov. 9. more
Last Friday night’s rain-soaked Nassau Conference IV football semifinal at Hofstra had all the markings of another nailbiter between defending champion Seaford and West Hempstead when lightning struck — on the field, not in the sky. more
Anthony D’Onofrio and Brandon Buchan played high school baseball down the road from each other and last week shined on the same stage as kings of the diamond. more
The Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame will hold its 2018 induction ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. at the Crest Hollow County Club. For ticket information, go to The fourth class of inductees is led by legendary basketball coach Larry Brown and former Heisman Trophy winner Vinny Testaverde. Here’s a breakdown of the athletes and coaches of the 2018 class. more
On the heels of 20 months since reopening, NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, is introducing a new sports tenant to Long Island. The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest men’s professional indoor lacrosse league in North America, has announced expansion into the New York market. more
The past couple of seasons have not been up to standards on the basketball court for the Hofstra ladies. Graduation has been tough on the Pride, and injuries to key players left the team undermanned far too often. more
When Seaford’s Jason Linzer finished in second place on Oct. 28 at the Nassau Class C championship cross country meet with a time of 16:23.64, three seconds shy of North Shore’s Jack Rosencrans, the two runners not only blew away the rest of the field, but had just registered the two fastest 5-kilometer times this season in Nassau County. more
MacArthur is gearing up for the football playoffs that kick off in early November fueled to reach the big stage at Hofstra after a two-year absence. more
With a steady wind gusting to the tune of 40 mph, MacArthur workhorse Hugh Kelleher had his number called 31 times and produced 190 rushing yards against an Elmont defense that often bent but never broke in last Saturday’s Nassau Conference II football playoff mathchup. more
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