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Monday, November 24, 2014
Sports
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After winning a conference title in 2013, West Hempstead girls’ soccer coach Mike Scaturro knew his team would have to go through some growing pains this season. Eight starters graduated, and the Rams would have one of the county’s youngest teams. more
Win and you’re in was the scenario facing both East Rockaway and West Hempstead as they prepared for their Conference IV football matchup on the final weekend of the regular season schedule. One team would earn the conference’s final playoff berth, while the other would be on the outside looking in. more
It was a valiant effort, but in the end the West Hempstead boys saw their soccer season come to an abrupt halt as Floral Park found the back of the net in the eighth minute of sudden death overtime to take a 1-0 victory in a Nassau Class A outbracket match last Friday. more
First-year West Hempstead girls’ volleyball coach Catt Russini said it was a relief to get win No. 1 out of the way in the opener when the Lady Rams outlasted Valley Stream North in five sets. more
After a scoreless second half, Seaford got a touchdown, two-point conversion, and fumble recovery to beat visiting West Hempstead, 24-16, in overtime. more
A year after capturing the Conference AB-3 girls’ soccer title and finishing 12-2-1 overall, West Hempstead is in rebuilding mode with almost twice as many underclassmen as upperclassmen in its starting lineup. more
New York Islanders fans anxious to get an early look at the Barclays Center, the Islanders’ new Brooklyn home starting in the 2015-16 NHL season, can do so on Sept. 26, when the Islanders will host … 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
The Hofstra men’s soccer team was picked to finish near the bottom of the Colonial Athletic Association, but the lowered expectations from the outside are just one of the many ways the Pride are being driven for success in 2014. more
Expectations could not be higher for the Hofstra women’s soccer team. The Pride was picked first in the 2014 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) preseason poll and return seven starters off last year’s 10-6-3 team that reached the CAA semifinals before falling to James Madison. more
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