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East Meadow’s Emily Shurina had an eerie feeling when she stepped to the foul line with 26 seconds left and her team trailing visiting Calhoun by a point in last Friday’s Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball first-round playoff matchup. more
The playoff matchup between No. 3 South Side and No. 19 Kennedy may have looked like a easy one to call on paper, but, like most Nassau Class A boys’ basketball postseason games, it was a barnburner. more
A week after Kennedy produced six finalists and four champions at the Nassau Division I wrestling qualifying tournament hosted by Massapequa, the Cougars had mixed results last weekend at the county championships at Hofstra. more
For high school athletes seeking to compete in college sports, coaches care about other things besides scoring — “If we’re gonna make them part of our family for four years—first we … look at their SAT scores, then do a character check, (and) then see if they can play,” Chris Re, assistant football coach at Gettysburg College, said at a panel called, “Does Your Child Dream of Playing Sports in College?” more
A week after Kennedy produced six finalists and four champions at the Nassau Division I wrestling qualifying tournament hosted by Massapequa, the Cougars had mixed results last weekend at the county championships at Hofstra. more
Nearly a dozen student-athletes from Wellington C. Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District officially signed letters of intent to play sports with various institutions post-high school. more
The Wellington C. Mepham High School varsity kickline team high kicked their way to the top at the NDA Regional Dance Competition at Walt Whitman High School on Jan. 21. more
Much like it did six nights earlier, Calhoun busted out to a big lead against rival Mepham on Feb. 1 and rode a balanced effort to maintain the top spot in Nassau Conference AA/A-III boys’ basketball with a 54-47 victory. more
The college selection process can be a balancing act between academic pursuits, location and finances. Adding athletics on top of that could only add to the stress. However, students looking to pursue athletics in college need not feel overwhelmed. The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, in conjunction with the Bellmore-Merrick Community Parent Center and Nassau County Legislator Steve Rhoads, will hold a panel presentation to help with the selection process on Feb. 8, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at Kennedy High School in Bellmore. more
Much like it did six nights earlier, Calhoun busted out to a big lead against rival Mepham on Feb. 1 and rode a balanced effort to maintain the top spot in Nassau Conference AA/A-III boys’ basketball with a 54-47 victory. more
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