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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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With four appearances in the last five Nassau Class A championship games, including a pair of titles, South Side has enjoyed as much recent success on the boys’ soccer pitch as any program in the county. more
It can be tough for a coach to gauge a team based on a few preseason practices or maybe a scrimmage or two. But as far as Baldwin’s boys’ soccer team is concerned, things have easily gotten off on the right foot. more
After a strong finish that earned Lynbrook a spot in the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer playoffs in 2013, the Owls are looking to pick up where they left off despite losing 10 players, including every starter up the middle. more
West Hempstead comes off a season which saw just three victories, and ended with a 2-1 overtime loss to Sewanhaka in a Nassau Class A boys’ soccer play-in game. With 11 seniors on the roster, the Rams should be stronger in 2014, and could be in the mix for a playoff berth. more
After rolling through the regular season a year ago, the Wantagh boys’ soccer team ended its 2013 campaign with a bitter taste following a 1-0 upset loss to Bellmore-JFK in the Nassau County Class A playoff quarterfinals. more
The Seaford boys’ soccer team has reached the playoff stage four years in a row and in 2014 will be looking to take that next step closer to competing for a county championship. more
Valley Stream North comes off a solid season that saw the Spartans finish with an overall record of 7-3-4 and give eventual state champion Jericho all it could handle in the opening round of the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer playoffs. more
Long Beach boys’ soccer coach Leo Palacio can count the number of returnees on one hand, yet the rebuilding Marines showed promise during the opening week of September with scrimmage wins over Malverne/East Rockaway and Freeport. more
Last Saturday afternoon, the two-time defending Long Island champion Lawrence Golden Tornadoes were able to overcome sloppy weather and even sloppier offensive play, as they picked up a 21-15 victory at Bethpage in a Nassau Conference III football opener. more
Rain shut down the 24th annual Merrick Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival in the middle of the afternoon last Saturday. By Sunday morning, however, the rainclouds had moved northeast and the sun came out, offering a perfect day of family fun up and down Merrick Avenue, from the Long Island Rail Road station to the famed southwestern eatery R.S. Jones, at the corner of Loines Avenue. more
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