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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
Carey baseball coach Marc Hedquist was a little uncertain as to what he should expect from the Seahawks in 2014. However, despite holes in the batting order, and a lot of youth in the lineup, he didn’t foresee his team struggling as much as it has in the early going. more
After dropping two of three games to Seaford in its first Conference A-IV baseball series of 2014, Valley Stream North took out the broom against Island Trees last week by finding a way to win three tight games. more
A year removed from a conference championship, the Carey girls’ lacrosse team moved up to Nassau Conference IV where they’re facing the challenge of tougher league foes. With a young, injury-riddled lineup going up against stronger opponents, results have not been pleasant for the Lady Seahawks early on. more
Despite a 1-3 start to the season, there’s plenty of optimism on the boys’ lacrosse field at Carey. Narrow defeats at the hands of some of the Nassau’s top programs in non-league play has the talented Seahawks prepared for a challenging league schedule, Carey will compete among the likes of Wantagh, South Side, Long Beach, and perennial power Garden City. more
Coming off a remarkable 53-win season that brought a second NCAA Division II East Super Regional softball title in four years, as well as a third consecutive East Coast Conference crown, Molloy College returns seven position players but is faced with the task of replacing a dynamic pitching duo. more
Last March, Hofstra baseball coach John Russo and the Pride were in the beginning stages of trying to cope with the absences of then-juniors Matt Ford and Dalton Rouleau from the middle infield and top of the lineup. more
Legendary Hofstra softball head coach Bill Edwards lost one of the all-time great pitchers to graduation, but his Pride have been just fine in the early going of 2014. more
Three years removed from its last NCAA Tournament appearance, Hofstra men’s lacrosse program is taking a “one game at a time” approach for 2014 in hopes that its season gets extended well into May. more
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