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Five-year-old Leah Ally will stick with baseball after a strong season with the Valley Stream Baseball League last spring as her team persevered with a 10-2 record and won the Sandlot … more
Valley Stream Central High School student Vito Friscia decided to continue his promising baseball career with a commitment to play for Hofstra University, signing with the Pride at his high school … more
Coach Tim Boyens said Valley Stream North had big expectations for 2014 after returning all of its key contributors from a team that finished second in last year’s Nassau boys’ cross-country Class III championships. more
The Valley Stream Baseball League has a new addition to its trophy case after the Valley Stream Hawks captured the Nassau County Youth Baseball League’s championship for players 11 and younger. … more
Last Saturday, Valley Stream North jumped out to a 12-point lead in its Nassau Conference III football first-round playoff matchup at Hewlett. But Bulldogs head coach Jay Iaquinta said he felt no need to panic, because he knew the rushing attack was more than capable of getting them back in the game in a hurry. more
On Oct. 29, the season came to an end for the Valley Stream South boys’ soccer team, after it fell 1-0 to South Side in their Nassau Class A quarterfinal playoff matchup. more
Trailing Hewlett by a point midway through the third quarter of last Saturday’s Homecoming game between a pair of four-win teams, Valley Stream North’s Joe Ruscillo got his offense back in business with a defensive fumble recovery. more
The Valley Stream Central Streamers dance team is set to perform at college football’s Orange Bowl on New Year’s Day, and the team has a few fundraising efforts planned to help offset the … more
Valley Stream Central was prepared for an Oct. 16 showdown with Uniondale for the top spot in Nassau Conference AA-III girls soccer, but the game took on a different meaning for the Lady Eagles after they locked up first place 24 hours earlier. more
On a day dominated by offense, Valley Stream South made two defensive stands in the final three minutes to hold off visiting Malverne, 40-36, in a Nassau Conference IV football matchup last Saturday. more
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