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The H. Frank Carey High School girls’ basketball program dedicated its Feb. 6 game against Manhasset High School to Autism Awareness. The varsity and junior varsity players wore Autism … more
Franklin Square artist and Outrlimits Art Studio owner Darren Boerckel, better known at Darren (D’mon) Borkel, is a painter who sometimes uses an unconventional canvas. While many of his paintings … more
In sports, as in life, where you end up is far more important than how you got started. The 2014-15 Carey High School boys’ basketball team epitomizes this truism. more
Elmont’s hopes of continuing its surprising perfect season were dashed early in last Saturday night’s Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball semifinal when it fell behind No. 2 Massapequa by 14 points. more
Clinging to a three-point lead heading into the final event of the girls’ competition at the Nassau Class B track and field championships at St. Anthony’s High School on Feb. 3, Valley Stream North’s 4 x 200 relay had just one concern: stay as close to North Shore as possible. more
Catherine Zamroz scored 17 points and Brianna Wilson added 11 to lead Island Trees to a 56-52 victory over visiting Sewanhaka in the opening round of the Nassau Class A playoffs last Saturday afternoon. The Lady Indians, who got 17 points from Michelle Niles, finished the season with a record of 10-8. more
When the breakout New York Islanders have scored one of their many dramatic goals this season at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, it sounds like the roof could blow off the place. And inside the … more
At full strength for the first time since December, Carey matched South Side’s energy and intensity in last Friday’s Conference A-II boys’ basketball game but not its precision shooting from long distance. more
Any coach will tell you the importance of getting hot at the right time of the season. Sewanhaka head coach Alex Soupios is no exception. His Lady Indians have yet to get on the kind of roll a team wants to be on as the playoffs come around, but he’s hopeful last Saturday’s home win over Bellmore-JFK will be a sign of things to come. more
It’s shaping up to be a special season for Elmont’s girls’ basketball team, which last week took a large step toward securing its first conference title since 2009-10 with a pair of impressive victories. more
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