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Over the off-season Freeport found an out-of-the-box solution. Literally. Coming off a benchmark spring that saw the Red Devils return to postseason play for the first time in four seasons, … more
Returning a pair of All-Conference pillars in seniors Zach Weitz and Joe Strawa, Kennedy this autumn adds a finishing touch to its standout defense – ranked second in Nassau A3 boys’ soccer with five goals allowed through four games. more
This fall is “revenge season” for the Long Beach girls’ soccer team. Months after being knocked out of last spring’s playoffs in heartbreaking fashion, the Marines are on a mission to make this season one that ends with a new banner hanging in the school gymnasium. more
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, the Lynbrook girls’ soccer team had a spring season they’d likely prefer to forget. Still, coach Mike Palumbo was content with its performance despite the harsh record. “The girls last season battled every single game,” he said. more
The Carey boys’ soccer team is off to another great start thanks to the same old formula of a stifling defense and contributions from everyone on the roster. more
The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) announced the stakes schedule for the 28-day fall meet at Belmont Park will include 20 graded stakes among 47 total stakes worth $11.15 million in purses. more
The Seaford girls’ soccer moved up to Conference A2 this fall after an unbeaten regular season and is fighting to remain there for the future. more
Five months removed from a delayed 2020 injury-plagued season, Wantagh girls’ soccer is eyeing a rebound fall campaign where the team peaks when it matters most. more
Patrick Corvetti has come full circle. The 1991 South Side High School graduate and soccer standout landed his “dream job” coaching the Cyclones after recent stints at the helm of Sewanhaka and Elmont, as well as SUNY-Old Westbury from 2016-2018. more
It only took one game for Baldwin girls’ soccer to equal its point total from a rough spring season. The combination of a short roster due to Covid and an unforgiving schedule resulted in zero wins and a tie over a dozen games, but coach Lee Rogers is already seeing promise despite only five returnees. more
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