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Baldwin turned in a strong performance at the Nassau Class AAA track and field championships at Long Beach Middle School on May 25. The Bruins (9-4 overall) finished fourth as a team and three athletes took home individual county titles more
This year’s South Side girls’ lacrosse team will always have a special place in Meghan Healey’s heart. Not just because it captured a conference championship in undefeated fashion, Healey said, but also because it would be the last group of Lady Cyclones she’d coach. more
Less than 24 hours after keeping top-seeded Carey off the scoreboard with his arm, senior Michael Schwartz kept the Seawolves off the board with what could go down as the biggest catch in Kennedy baseball history. more
Stopped in six previous trips to the Nassau Class A girls’ lacrosse semifinals, second-seeded Oceanside finally got over the hump May 24 with a 13-9 victory over No. 3 Farmingdale at Adelphi University thanks to a quintessential team effort. more
With a split of its last six regular-season games after busting out of the gate with seven straight victories, including six shutouts, defending Long Island and Nassau Class A softball champion Clarke wasn’t firing on all cylinders heading into the playoffs. more
With its second explosive inning in as many games and shutdown pitching from sophomore Jessica Budrewicz, top-seeded MacArthur resolved some unfinished business by capturing the Nassau Class AA softball title with a 7-1 victory over No. 3 East Meadow to complete a sweep of the best-of-three championship series at Mitchel Athletic Complex on May 25. more
In 1996, a young Will Skudin experienced the biggest waves he had ever seen. Hurricane Edouard had made its way to Long Beach, and the 11-year-old was just trying to keep up with his two older brothers. He would switch to his boogie board, then give surfing another go, but as he got stuck in the frothy currents, his brothers labeled him Whitewater Willy. more
Recreational paddlers can really make a splash on June 4 by bringing their own kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddleboards to the inaugural paddle from Bay Park to Hewlett Point Park and back. This … more
The Nassau Countywide Baseball Conference remains in existence for numerous reasons. Rather than have rebuilding teams constantly withstand ignominious losses, the league allows programs to play competitive games while working their way back to respectability. Nobody gains from being on either side of one-sided games is the philosophy behind it. more
With its season hanging in the balance, Long Beach worked a little overtime to advance to the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse semifinals for the third time in four years. more
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