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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Action Martial Arts Magazine at an Expo recently honored Tom Gallo, owner of TACTICS Martial Arts in Elmont on Jan. 22. Gallo was presented with a plaque citing his “support and dedication in the … more
The New York state Senate voted in favor of legalizing mixed martial arts on Feb.1. This is the seventh year in a row that a bill of this nature as been passed in the senate. For the past six years, … more
Fresh off capturing its first conference championship since 2008, Valley Stream North participated in a challenging Nassau wrestling qualifying tournament last Saturday at Massapequa and continued to meet coach Tom Maddock’s expectations. more
Size was definitely a factor when Kennedy hosted surging Sewanhaka in a Conference A-I boys’ basketball matchup last Saturday afternoon. The Indians used their height and length advantage and left town with a 58-47 win. more
For the second time in two weeks, the Nassau County High School athletic events have been postponed due to a snowstorm that blanketed the area on Friday. more
Former mixed martial arts champ Chris Weidman last week brought some muscle to the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s campaign to legalize the competition in New York state. Weidman, who was … more
Hundreds of people gathered on Plainfield Avenue and marched to the main entrance of Belmont Park on Saturday, protesting Nassau Off Track Betting’s decision to house video lottery terminals in the … more
It’s no secret Elmont has pair of players that it relies on heavily to find the bottom of the net. With sophomores Zhaneia Thybulle and Nkem Nwabudu each averaging over 13 points per contest, the Lady Spartans have emerged as one of the county’s top basketball teams. more
Cheers and screams filled the court of the “Yes We Can” Community Center on Jan. 16, as Elmont residents Jack Lopez and Christopher Saint-Remy, along with the rest of the Nassau Kings wheelchair … more
To say the 2015-16 boys’ basketball season has been an up-and-down one for the Sewanhaka boys would be an understatement. The Indians raced out to an 8-1 start, but a recent four-game losing streak got the team off kilter. more
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