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The landscape of professional lacrosse has changed, but the goal for the rebuilt New York Lizards remains the same — compete for the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) championship. more
It was a banner season for many high school athletic programs in the Herald’s coverage area. Listed are the biggest team accomplishments, in chronological order. more
While in high school, future Hofstra basketball standout Justin Wright-Foreman penned a note in the attic of his Queens home with the words “future NBA star.” more
Long Island’s offense enjoyed a record-tying performance in last Friday night’s Empire Challenge senior all-star football game, which unlike each of the previous three was decided well before the closing seconds. more
A year after Justify capped an undefeated run to the Triple Crown with a thrilling wire-to-wire effort in the 150th running of the Belmont Stakes, becoming the 13th thoroughbred immortal, a wacky 2019 series commences this Saturday on Big Sandy. more
The Nassau Class C girls’ lacrosse playoff bracket is starting to strongly resemble that of last spring, although North Shore would like to make some changes moving forward. more
Last month, Lynbrook girls’ lacrosse coach Vin Tetro was confident his team would improve as the season unfolded and peak at the right time. He couldn’t have been more right. more
There is a lot happening in the new season for the Long Island Ducks. more
Playing in one of the toughest baseball conferences in Nassau County, the youthful Lynbrook Owls have held their own so far in the young season, thanks in large part to starting pitching. more
Former Malverne High School varsity football coach and special education teacher Dr. Ken Leistner spent most of his life making others the best they could be. When Leistner spoke to the Herald in the … more
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