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Friday, April 24, 2015
Sports
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The Little League parade on April 18 started on Franklin Avenue this year and proceeded along Hempstead Turnpike to Rath Park for the ceremony. The joy in many faces along the route, both in the … more
At the outset of the 2015 season, most of those who follow softball in Nassau County viewed defending champion Carey as the team to beat in Class A. At the halfway point of the season, the prognosticators appear to be spot-on. more
Left fielder Tom Canny came up firing after a Bethpage single and threw out the potential game-tying run at third in the top of the seventh to preserve Valley Stream North’s 8-7 victory in a Conference A-III baseball game on April 16. more
The Sewanhaka District Phantoms Ice Hockey club, a member of the High School Hockey League of Nassau County, has won the 2014-2015 Middle School Championship. 
The Phantoms were led in scoring … more
One final parking lot tailgate. One final walk through the way-too-narrow concourse. One final puck drop. One final chant ribbing the cross-town rivals. One final eye squint trying to read the small, … more
One of the problems that plagued Carey's girls' lacrosse team a season ago continues to be concern. The Lady Seahawks are, once again, struggling to find consistency. more
It’s uncertain at this point in the season if the Molloy College baseball team will be able to reach its goal of winning an East Coast Conference championship. But one thing that does seem clear about the 2015 Lions is that they will feature one of the ECC’s most dangerous offenses. more
Carey comes off a season that saw the Seahawks advance to the quarterfinal round of the Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse playoffs before falling to Manhasset. more
On Friday, April 10, beginning at 6 p.m., four decades of New York Islanders alumni will gather with fans and sponsors at Chateau Briand in Carle Place to “Toast the Coliseum.” more
Hofstra enjoyed a beautiful start to the 2015 baseball season. With its field blanketed in snow and ice, the Pride were busy opening the campaign in California and Hawaii where it played eight games over a 10-day stretch. more
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