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An Oct. 25 ceremony inducting the Hofstra 1975-76 and 1999-00 men’s basketball teams that reached the NCAA Tournament into the university’s athletics hall of fame has provided extra inspiration for a talented 2015-16 group to make similar history. more
With both parents making a living as tennis instructors, Kseniya Zonova was practically born with a racquet in her hand. And though she didn’t get serious about the sport until about four years ago, the native of Ukraine has built an impressive resume on the court and seeks to play for a Division I college program. more
They came in as champions and Marcos Senna and Raúl went out as champions last Sunday night, helping lead the New York Cosmos to the NASL Championship title. more
In his Nassau County football debut, former Brentwood star Jude Innocent rushed for 316 yards and five touchdowns as Roosevelt snapped Lawrence’s 20-game winning streak in Week 1. more
A successful 2015 season for the Hewlett boys’ soccer team ended in heart wrenching fashion. The Bulldogs took fifth-seeded Valley Stream South to the wire in the first round of the Nassau County Class A playoffs before giving up the winning goal five minutes into overtime. more
The 111th World Series is underway and for the first time a team from Kansas City, the Royals, are playing a team from New York, the Mets, and this baseball battleground is causing a little consternation for a few Five Towners. more
The New York Mets are in the 2015 Word Series. Depending how on the first few games have gone, the Mets are either on the verge of winning only their third championship or are down in the best four-out-seven match up against the Kansas City Royals. more
The Lawrence boys’ soccer team was not satisfied with just making it to a Nassau Class A playoff game against No. 1 seed Garden City. After keeping their season alive with a 2-0 victory against Manhasset on Oct. 21, the No. 17 seeded Golden Tornadoes entered the field last Friday afternoon fully believing they could beat the top-ranked Trojans. more
Already with 13 straight wins without a defeat, Hewlett’s girls’ tennis team still had a little more work to do in the regular-season finale to seal the Conference II-B title. more
Following the expansive Newsday story about football helmets, the differences between makes and models and concussions, the Hewlett-Woodmere School District purchased 125 Schutt Vengeance V2 helmets at a cost of just under $30,000 that are rated the safest based on a Virginia Tech University study that was cited in the Newsday article. more
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