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With a youthful roster consisting of 10 juniors and a couple of talented freshmen, it took a little time for Long Beach’s girls’ tennis team to get into the swing of things. more
The sting seemed innocuous. A bee nipped Jenn Sommermann in the leg as she entered the water at the River Cities Triathlon, contested around the Cypress Black Bayou, near Shreveport, La., in August 2011. more
Katie and Kelly Gerdes share a last name, a Sept. 12, 1996 birthday, a suite at Hofstra University with two other girls and a passion for “the beautiful game,” which they play together as members of the Hofstra women’s soccer team. No doubt, they have a tight bond, and they know a thing or two about overcoming adversity after being injured on the field. more
On a day dominated by offense, Valley Stream South made two defensive stands in the final three minutes to hold off visiting Malverne, 40-36, in a Nassau Conference IV football matchup last Saturday. more
MacArthur’s march toward the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoffs hit a bump in the road with the loss of its top player, but the Lady Generals are still eyeing a deep postseason run. more
For the second consecutive year, the Carey girls’ soccer team broke out of the gate like thoroughbreds, running off eight consecutive wins to start the season, and appeared to be the team to beat in Nassau Conference AB-4. more
Mepham hits a critical portion of its Nassau County Conference II football schedule riding the wave of a four-game winning streak after a 35-13 victory over Wantagh last Saturday. more
First place in Nassau Conference III will be on the line this Saturday when three-time defending county champion Lawrence hosts Plainedge at 2 p.m. in a battle of undefeated teams. more
As the regular season winds down, the Clarke field hockey team finds itself as one of the best in Nassau Conference I. The Lady Rams currently have a 9-2 overall record, including 8-2 against conference opponents. more
East Meadow’s on the cusp of its first Nassau boy’s soccer playoff berth in the last five seasons on the strength of a senior class that’s helped guide the team to a win and two ties over the last three games. more
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