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Even when he wasn’t terrorizing Mepham’s defense with his legs, Garden City’s Trevor Yeboah-Kodie found a way to create havoc in last Friday’s Nassau Conference II football championship game at Hofstra. more
Oceanside senior quarterback Tommy Heuer tied and broke records en route to winning a county championship, and he’s threatening other individual marks. more
Abigail and Adam Jefferies have earned more than 300 trophies in track and field events in less than ten years, and have competed in more events than they can count. “They’re competing almost … more
Audience members danced the Macarena and played hot potato while Valley Stream teachers faced-off against the Court Jesters for a fundraising basketball game at Memorial Junior High School on Oct. … more
For the first time in 40 years, they’re celebrating a Nassau County football championship in Oceanside. On a cold, rainy and windy Saturday at Hofstra, the Sailors rode a red-hot defense to a 17-0 victory over defending Conference I champion Freeport. more
Seaford grounded out a second straight county football crown on Thursday night, two weeks after its season was salvaged by a clutch play through the air. The Vikings did not attempt one pass and rushed for 234 yards in a dominant 21-0 win against top-seeded Cold Spring Harbor in the Nassau Conference IV title game at Hofstra. more
Lawrence’s Jordan Alexander waited almost three full quarters for Wantagh to break out its customary bag of tricks in last Saturday’s Nassau Conference III football championship game at Hofstra. more
Lynbrook resident Ed “Formerly Fast Eddie” Parry was drenched in sweat and breathing heavily as he stood in the center of the ring at the Westbury Boxing Club. He was frantically throwing punches as his trainer, Billy Strigaro, shouted words of encouragement. more
Jogging through the hilly Promenade area of Glen Head, one can nearly always find a member of the widely recognized North Shore girls’ cross-country program. more
East Meadow’s boys’ cross-country team finally reached the pinnacle. Coming into this season, the Jets had never won a division, county or conference championship in cross-country despite being close in recent seasons. But thanks to a 13-0 regular season and five runners finishing in the top 20 at the a 5K race at the Section VIII Class County Championships at Bethpage State Park on Oct. 28, the program was able to call itself champions for the first time. more
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