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Harrison Gorman, a 17-year-old from Massapequa, was part of St. William the Abbot’s record-breaking freestyle relay team at the Catholic Youth Organization of Nassau and Suffolk swim … more
Oceanside dug deep in a frantic final minute to pull out a thrilling 13-12 win at Farmingdale in a Nassau Class A girls’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff matchup on May 17. more
Valley Stream North baseball has done a lot of winning over the past few decades, which is why a 5-13 record in 2016 felt like a major disappointment for the program. more
An outstanding season on the baseball diamond came to a disappointing end for Lynbrook as the Owls dropped a 3-2 heartbreaker to visiting Mepham in a Class A elimination game on May 18. more
A breakthrough Hewlett baseball season came to heartbreaking conclusion last week after running into two of the county’s top teams. The Bulldogs were bounced from the double-elimination Nassau County Class A playoffs 2-1 by top-seeded Seaford on May 16. more
There was no such thing as home-field advantage in last week’s Nassau Class AA softball playoff best-of-three semifinal series between No. 2 Massapequa and No. 3 Long Beach. more
Calhoun downed East Meadow, 10-4, in the rubber game of a best-of-three Nassau Class AA baseball quarterfinal playoff series last Friday, avenging a postseason loss last year. more
Controversy surrounded South Side’s dramatic 8-7 come-from-behind victory at Wantagh in a Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff game on May 18. The fifth-seeded Cyclones scored three unanswered goals, including senior Dan Mallay’s rebound shot with 1:46 remaining. more
Seaford’s baseball team was unable to transform its near-perfect regular season into a long playoff run. The top-seeded Vikings were eliminated from the Class A playoffs following an 8-4 loss to Floral Park on May 18 after entering the postseason with a 17-2 record. more
Spring had raised the specter of an existential crisis. After losing its ace starter, senior Christina Sangeniti, to a neck injury in March, the Malverne softball team was down to a skeletal nine members as the season got under way. more
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