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Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Although short in stature and young in age, Hewlett resident, Sophie Riegel, 13, stands tall and smart being the “coach on the court” in basketball parlance as the point guard for her teams. more
Despite dropping its first two baseball games and failing to get out to the fast start coach Andy DeBernardo sought, Hewlett righted the ship quickly and is riding a hot streak of six wins in seven Conference A-II contests including four in a row. more
Two weeks before their season-opening game at Hofstra University, the New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse and the Israeli national team scrimmaged at Hewlett High School on April 13. more
A team of six Herald editors and reporters –– Scott Brinton, Jeff Bessen, Alex Costello, Mary Malloy, Anthony Rifilato and Alexandra Spychalsky –– have taken second place for Community … more
Never think and act like you’re the best — you always have something to learn. Those were the words of Edson Arantes do Nascimento, more commonly known as Pele’, who was given an honorary … more
A spirited Nassau Conference ABC-V/VI crossover softball game between host Hewlett and neighboring Lawrence last Friday afternoon needed extra innings to decide and ended in walk-off fashion. more
Hewlett High School graduates Max Seibald, Steve DeNapoli and Eytan Saperstein will meet up during a scrimmage of their respective teams at Hewlett High School on Sunday, April 13 at 4 p.m. more
It’s taken some time to get seven underclassmen into the mix for the Hewlett Lady Bulldogs on the lacrosse field, but one thing that’s been on point from the start is the offense. Led by senior low attack Emily Cohen and senior attack wing Sam DiSalvo, Hewlett has averaged 12 goals per game and there’s still room for growth. more
It’s a new era for Lawrence’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team, which recorded its first conference victory in seven years on April 1 when junior Sam Locascio’s five goals led the way in a 10-7 win over visiting Great Neck North. more
A common refrain in sports is that the scariest lead is the two-goal lead. The feeling is that, when ahead by two scores, a team relaxes instead of playing its typical style, and that slight letdown leads to trouble. Like most truisms, this idea is totally false. more
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