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Getting senior Joe Forrler back in the lineup has been just what the doctor ordered for East Meadow’s boys’ basketball team, which won for the second time in three games and moved into the Conference AA-II playoff picture with a convincing 73-52 victory at Oceanside on Jan. 20. more
MacArthur and Calhoun battled back-and-forth for the first half of its Conference AA-III girls’ basketball matchup on Tuesday night, swapping leads four different times. But after halftime, the Lady Generals found their groove on defense and pulled away for a 63-46 victory more
In youth soccer, one arena tops all others –– the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Florida. It is a mecca for youth soccer players itching to display their skills before hundreds of college coaches at the Disney Soccer Showcase. more
Some basketball players, regardless of talent level, thrive more off the bench than they do being a part of the starting five. Long Beach senior Andrew LaVelle is a perfect example. more
If South Side’s performance against Harborfields in last Saturday’s Nassau-Suffolk boys’ basketball challenge at Uniondale High School is any indication, Cyclones head coach Jerry D’Angelo may have found a starting lineup for the long haul. more
Last Friday night’s Wantagh-Kennedy boys’ basketball game took on added significance with both teams seeking their first Conference A-1 victory. more
Over the past quarter century, the Malverne and East Rockaway girls’ basketball programs have combined for 17 county championships, but, of late, both teams have had more downs than up and neither has been able to find consistency. more
Faced with the difficult task of catching Garden City off a rare loss, Sewanhaka matched the intensity level of the visitors in last Friday’s Nassau Conference A-I girls’ basketball game but it wasn’t enough to overcome the hot shooting of the Lady Trojans. more
West Hempstead had a plan entering the 2014-15 campaign, as the team had to replace four starters coming off a regular-season conference championship. But the offense has jelled and the defense has come together faster than expected. more
Despite a 37-27 loss to West Hempstead last Friday, Clarke’s Lady Rams are exactly where they want to be on the basketball floor: in the thick of the Conference A-V playoff race. more
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