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Despite only mustering 61 yards of total offense in the first two quarters, Wantagh trailed Garden City by six points entering the locker room and within striking distance of pulling off a major upset in the Nassau County Conference II semifinals last Saturday. more
Given the long-standing history between Wantagh and South Side, it came as no big surprise when the Nassau Class A girls’ volleyball final on Nov. 6 at SUNY Old Westbury saw countless momentum swings and needed the maximum five sets to determine a champion. more
The weather was far from ideal, but freezing temperatures and gusty winds did not faze the Wantagh football team during its Conference II quarterfinal playoff game against Sewanhaka last Friday afternoon. more
As freshmen playing varsity soccer for MacArthur in 2011, Greg Baumstein and Anthony Rocchio didn’t taste a single victory. Now they’re savoring a win for the history books. more
MacArthur sophomore goalkeeper Sean Lyons entered last Friday night’s Nassau County Class AA boys’ soccer semifinal playoff game against Plainview-JFK with 12 shutouts, but it was a save from the Generals’ sweeper that proved pivotal in keeping championship dreams alive. more
Last Saturday’s matchup between Wantagh and Elmont, a pair of Conference II rivals that are typically in the mix come playoff time, was intriguing for a number of reasons. more
The Wantagh girls’ soccer team has kicked it into high gear when it matters most. The Lady Warriors (11-3-1) won their last three regular-season games to earn the No. 2 seed in the Nassau County Class A playoffs and advanced to the quarterfinals for the fourth straight year. more
Paced by a core group of seniors, the 2014 Wantagh girls’ soccer team is on a mission to bring the program to a new level. more
The sting seemed innocuous. A bee nipped Jenn Sommermann in the leg as she entered the water at the River Cities Triathlon, contested around the Cypress Black Bayou, near Shreveport, La., in August 2011. more
Katie and Kelly Gerdes share a last name, a Sept. 12, 1996 birthday, a suite at Hofstra University with two other girls and a passion for “the beautiful game,” which they play together as members of the Hofstra women’s soccer team. No doubt, they have a tight bond, and they know a thing or two about overcoming adversity after being injured on the field. more
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