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Lawrence’s offense looked as if it was sleepwalking through most of Monday morning’s Countywide league baseball matchup against Elmont, registering just two hits through the game’s first six innings. But in the bottom of the seventh, down two runs, an internal alarm clock seemed to go off for the Golden Tornadoes. more
After being swept in a hard-fought series against conference frontrunner Wantagh, the Hewlett baseball team bounced back with a pair of promising wins over New Hyde Park last week. An elbow injury to the team’s senior ace Aaron Kadosh looked as if it could derail the Bulldogs season, but in his absence the team’s other starting pitchers have stepped up. more
After a rocky 2015 season, the Hewlett girls’ lacrosse team is hoping improved chemistry on and off the field will lead to better results this spring. more
More than $20,000 was raised at the annual Five Towns Community Chest 3-on-3 basketball tournament at Lawrence High School last Sunday. Proceeds from the event support the Adam Barsel Scholarship and Community Chest programs. more
To say Steven DeNapoli had a pretty good 2015 on the lacrosse field would be an understatement. In the pro ranks as a midfielder, he helped the New York Lizards capture the Major League Lacrosse championship. As a high school coach on the sideline, he guided Hewlett to a first-round playoff victory and a trip to the Nassau Class B quarterfinals. more
There is plenty of optimism surrounding both the Molloy College baseball and softball programs this spring, and an improved pitching staff is the biggest reason why for both teams. more
Nearly 100 people gathered at Gate 3 of Belmont Park on Saturday to urge state lawmakers to support two bills that would prohibit electronic gaming on Long Island. The rally, organized by the … more
As the W20 Foundation's Project Team Up 4 Community (TU4C) closes out the 2015-16 Community Service Challenges, it is excited to be hosting a Long Island Sports Impact Awards Banquet on May 25 at the Fox Hollow in Woodbury. more
A bill intended to prevent the installation of electronic gaming machines on Long Island was introduced in the State Senate on March 17. The legislation, offered by Sen. Tony Avella, a Democrat … more
After three straight years of just missing the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) playoffs, Hofstra baseball head coach John Russo added a former New York Yankee hurler to his staff in an effort to get over the top. more
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