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As professional curlers vie for medals in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, Rockville Centre’s Zachary Ryan practices and competes in the sport locally, dreaming of one day … more
A big night for Wantagh wrestling during last Sunday’s Nassau Division I championships was capped off by a historic triumph from Justin Vines. more
It’s one “Drive for Five” down, one to go for Long Beach’s Jacori Teemer. Last Sunday night at Hofstra’s Mack Sports Complex, Teemer became the second wrestler in Nassau history to capture a fifth county championship. He overcame an inadvertent elbow to his left temple to defeat North Shore junior Stephen Grabher by technical fall, 23-8, in the third period (5:15) of the 152-pound title bout. more
Undergoing labrum surgery last March after a third straight All-State wrestling campaign put Kyle Mosher’s offseason regiment on hold for five months, but the South Side junior came back stronger than ever. more
Lynbrook didn’t fulfill all of its goals at last weekend’s Nassau Division I wrestling championships at Hofstra, but it still came away with plenty of positives. more
A year removed from losing it’s “Big 4” that propelled this team to a 17-win season, Glen Cove boys’ basketball has found a new offensive spark in Michael Vaughan, who dropped 29 points en route to a 54-36 Big Red senior night victory at home against Plainedge on Feb. 7. more
In what turned out to be a neighborhood title match, MacArthur freshman Jake Schneider had a chance to go toe-to-toe with Wantagh’s Josiah Encarnacion in the 106-pound wrestling finals last Sunday night. more
Backed by strong individual performances in the meter races and its nationally ranked relay team, the Freeport boys’ track and field team placed an impressive fourth in the Nassau Class A Championships at Saint Anthony’s High School on Feb. 6. more
It was eight months ago when Valley Stream North boys earned their fifth consecutive spring track and field title, but with a slight addendum – they shared the crown with North Shore after the two schools tied in the county championship meet. more
Two years ago, the Malverne boys’ basketball team was in a rebuilding mode and suffered through a dismal 2-16 season. Now, the Mules are starting to see the fruits of their labor and poised for a county championship. more
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