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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
An Oceanside man is dead after Nassau County police shot him when he charged at officers with several knives in his hands, according to authorities. He was shot inside his Columbus Avenue … more
Freeport battled a rash of injuries last season to stay in the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoff hunt down the stretch. more
Seizing an opportunity afforded by a windfall of young talent, the Long Beach girls’ soccer team has switched gears to go on the attack. more
The 2018 season started on a positive note and ended strong, but it was a midseason goal-scoring drought that sealed Lynbrook’s fate on the soccer pitch. The Owls, who were unbeaten in their final three matches, finished with an overall record of 4-5-2 and again fell short of a postseason berth. more
When training camp started, East Meadow girls’ soccer coach Adam Hananel wasn’t sure if the Lady Jets could maintain their high level of play after losing five key starters, including most of the back line, from last year’s 12-win team that went on to claim a share of the Nassau Class AA title. more
Long Beach High School has postponed its homecoming events and has moved the football game against the Sewanhaka Indians to Saturday, September 21 at 2 p.m., according to Long Beach Athletic Director … more
A shutout victory in their first conference game set a positive tone for Seaford boys’ soccer as the Vikings strive to return to the postseason for a second consecutive year. more
A junior-heavy Wantagh boys’ soccer team is looking to return the Warriors to postseason play. Wantagh missed out on the playoffs last year a season removed from a run to county semifinals. more
The 2018 season was a good one for the West Hempstead girls on the soccer pitch. The Rams gave up one or fewer goals in 11 of 14 matches and finished with a respectable 6-6-2 overall record in Carlos Mery’s first year as coach. more
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