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With crosstown rivals battling it out on the gridiron in front of a large and lively crowd, the atmosphere was intoxicating on the grounds of Malverne High School last Friday night. The host Mules were hoping to secure their first victory, while West Hempstead was looking to start its season off with back-to-back wins. more
Pushing a pair of Class A rivals from Nassau’s top girls’ soccer conference to overtime in the opening round of the playoffs in consecutive seasons has earned West Hempstead plenty of respect. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will host their annual local player tryout on Saturday, Sept. 30, at LIU Post ahead of the 2017-18 season. more
Last season was a special one for Molloy College’s men’s soccer team, which barely missed qualifying for the NCAA’s after going 7-2 against East Coast Conference rivals and reaching the tournament title game. more
Hofstra’s men’s soccer team is aiming for a return to the NCAA Tournament in 2017 after a near miss last fall. The Pride is also looking for a third straight regular-season Colonial Athletic Association title. more
On heels of missing out on postseason play for the time in a decade, Hofstra women’s soccer is kicking into high gear for the 2017 season. more
Bringing more than a decade of experience at the high school and college gridirons, Jamel Ramsay is eager to begin his first season at the helm of Nassau Community College’s football program. more
On Wednesday, Aug. 16, all 54 Nassau County public high school varsity football programs will begin preparations for the upcoming season, scheduled to open Friday, Sept. 8 with a handful of games. more
The Town of Hempstead girls’ soccer summer league has served as a tremendous outlet for high school athletes for more than two decades and continues to do so as teams try to set the tone for a strong regular season. more
Last Saturday night, NYCB Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum welcomed the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) for the first time in history. The long-anticipated event drew a crowd of 11,198, compiled a gate of more than $1 million, and saw five Long Island-born fighters compete on a card headlined by former middleweight champ Chris Weidman of Baldwin. more
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