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Send in your prediction on the Mepham vs. Calhoun boys basketball game on Thursday, Jan. 26 for a chance to win L.I. Nets seats. more
Mepham’s struggles from the foul line throughout the first half of Monday’s Nassau Conference AA/A-III girls’ basketball showdown with visiting MacArthur was the biggest reason the Lady Pirates, who missed 9 of 15 attempts, eventually found themselves in a 12-point hole. more
The MacArthur girls’ basketball team won the second annual Kim Klein Memorial Tournament last month, which was held at the Levittown school on Dec. 8 and 10. The event honors the memory of Klein, who died in 2015 after battling breast cancer. more
MacArthur earned the fifth most points during the individual wrestling championships at Hofstra last February. Eighth-year head coach Rob Paletta hopes his squad can improve on this showing and also have a presence at the New York State Championships in Albany. more
Following two seasons of younger rosters, Wantagh wrestling is loaded with experience this winter and primed for a title run. more
Third-year Hofstra wrestling head coach Dennis Papadatos has worked hard to resurrect a winning culture into the program and is starting to see dividends. more
The Molloy College women’s basketball program seems to be on an upswing, after posting a winning conference record and earning a berth in the East Coast Conference playoffs last winter. more
There were many question marks surrounding the Molloy College men’s basketball team entering this season. Head coach Charles Marquardt sought to get a better idea of what he had in his roster, which features nine underclassmen and several new faces, so he made sure not to shy away from scheduling some difficult early tests for his ballclub. more
For nine consecutive years, MacArthur High School alumni have gathered at the Levittown building to compete in a flag football tournament in memory of Rick Bailey, a former tight end for the Generals. more
Surrendering its first points of the postseason and falling behind for the first time in 2016, Wantagh did anything but panic against East Islip in Saturday’s Long Island Class III football championship in front of more than 5,000 spectators at Hofstra. more
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