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In many ways, the Oceanside boys’ soccer team controls its own destiny in its pursuit of the Nassau Class AA championship. more
Everything is just perfect right now for the Carey boys’ soccer team. The Seahawks pushed their record to 10-0 and moved closer to successfully defending their conference title with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over a feisty Roslyn team that was fighting for a playoff spot. more
In the blink of an eye — 21 seconds to be exact — Malverne took control of last Saturday’s Nassau Conference IV football game at Lawrence after the teams battled toe-to-toe for the first 23 minutes. more
Five months ago, the South Side girls’ volleyball team stood on the Wantagh High School gym floor and watched the Warriors hoist the Nassau Class A championship plaque the Cyclones earned the … more
At the midway point of the season Freeport finds itself in contention for a return to the Nassau Conference I football playoffs after a rebuilding year in the spring. A 40-28 win against … more
As the boys’ soccer season zips by like a zephyr – 14 games crammed into five weeks – a team’s slow start can quickly translate to hopes that are gone with the wind, especially in a 15-school mega-conference stacked with competitive squads. East Meadow ended a 12-year drought when it reached a postseason play-in game in April, falling 1-0 to Freeport to finish .500 overall. more
Second-year Calhoun girls’ volleyball coach Christina Strezenec saw the sign she’d been awaiting at an early September tournament. more
With only two returning starters from a roller-coaster .500 spring, Long Beach girls’ volleyball is holding its own against some of the best competition Nassau County has to offer but needs to find a way to deliver under pressure to make noise in the Class A playoffs. more
With a goal of hosting its first playoff match in about a decade in mind, West Hempstead’s girls’ volleyball program continues to thrive under third-year coach Ryan Dooley with an 8-1 mark after reaching the Nassau Class B semifinals in the spring. more
Hewlett’s boys’ soccer team needed some semblance of momentum or positive traction going into last Friday’s match on the road against Valley Stream North. more
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