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For Lawrence native Gabriel Leifer, choosing to focus on basketball instead of playing floor hockey in seventh grade, at the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (now in Woodmere), was like winning the lottery. more
Hewlett High School senior tennis player Rachel Arbitman capped off her high school tennis career with a record-breaking victory at Eisenhower Park on April 17. Arbitman became the first female … more
With seven sophomores and one freshman starting and playing major minutes, Lawrence football head coach Jason Supple is looking for this spring’s action to translate into better results in the … more
Valley Stream South’s football playoff hopes are still alive thanks to Yasir Shabazz-Allah and Tyler VanEtten. more
The second time around the schedule started much better than the first for Hewlett’s girls’ soccer team. The Bulldogs avenged a 5-2 season-opening loss at Glen Cove with a 2-0 home … more
Nancy Lieberman Charities, founded by the iconic and groundbreaking basketball player from Queens, is donating five new hoops courts valued at $325,000 to Nassau County. Two of the locations are in the Five Towns – Inwood Park and North Woodmere Park – the third is Wantagh Park with the two remaining sites to be identified by the county in the near future, officials said. more
After a hard-fought loss in the Private Schools Athletic Association championship game, Lawrence Woodmere Academy Athletic Director David O'Keeffe reflected on a season for the school’s boys … more
Losing a handful of players for various reasons — some for the season and others short-term — put Lawrence’s boys’ soccer team on an unexpected path that has coach Patrick … more
Are you ready for some Nassau County high school football? A six-week regular season kicks off Friday night with three games, including Glen Cove at Hewlett, and 46 more teams will be in action … more
Soon after receiving the unexpected news New York State approved high-risk sports, including wrestling, to begin Feb. 1, Nassau County wrestling coaches sprung into action and devised a plan to align … more
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