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With a minute left in the second quarter, it appeared Hewlett’s homecoming game against Valley Stream North on Saturday was on pace to be a stagnant slugfest until the final whistle. The visitors maintained a miniscule one-point lead and had possession at their own 31-yard line. Momentum shifted with one fateful play. more
Facing reigning Thorp Award winner Charlie McKee, who entered his senior season at Oceanside within striking distance of becoming Nassau County’s all-time leader in passing touchdowns and passing yards, Farmingdale often rushed only three defenders last Friday night and dared the hosts to make things happen on the ground. more
It took a couple of tries, but Clarke secured its first-ever football victory on its new turf field behind a strong ground attack led by senior quarterback Nick Giardino. more
Two former Hewlett High School athletes who made their mark in two sports will be inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony before the Bulldogs’ Homecoming game against Valley Stream North on Saturday. more
Long Beach coach Leo Palacio is looking for the Marines to pick up where they left off last spring when they peaked down the stretch and reached the second round of the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer playoffs. more
Can Ancksu Dixon be saving her best season for last? The star senior matched a career high with five goals to lead Freeport to a 5-0 win at Conference AA2 foe Westbury in the girls’ soccer opener last Friday. Dixon scored twice in the first half and three times in the second. more
A new era of girls’ soccer has begun in East Meadow.  Three years after falling one penalty kick short of a county championship, the Jets have changed coaches with former Deer Park soccer standout Nicolette Tortorici taking over for longtime bench boss Adam Hananel following a 4-6 spring season. more
Mepham girls’ soccer is looking to rebound off an injury-plagued season back into championship contention this fall.  more
There’s a pretty good chance Lawrence boys’ soccer will have a better start this fall than it did in the spring when it lost five of its first six games and earned a tie in the other. more
Navigating a higher level of competition last season proved a rough road for Malverne/East Rockaway’s girls’ soccer program, but a return to familiar territory with most of its roster intact has longtime coach Joe Lores excited about a considerable rebound. more
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