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Though lightning delayed the start and interrupted the first quarter of the 20th UnitedHealthcare Empire Challenge football all-star game on June 23, causing a combined delay of 71 minutes, Long Island stormed to a 15-point halftime lead and withstood a pair of late New York City touchdowns to win for the fifth consecutive year, 34-27. more
It was a banner season for many high school sports teams within the Herald's coverage area in 2014-15. Here is the list of the top team accomplishments, in chronological order. more
Needing at least one point in last Saturday night’s finale to capture the North American Soccer League (NASL) spring season championship, the New York Cosmos settled for a wild 3-3 draw with the expansion Jacksonville Armada before a crowd of 7,353 at Hofstra. more
In observance of Autism Awareness Month in April, Long Beach High School supported efforts coordinated by the Best Pals extracurricular club. more
Finally, after 37 years and 13 failed attempts, horse racing has its 12th Triple Crown winner. more
Can America Pharoah snap a 37-year Triple Crown drought? Or will it be the 10th straight year a fresh horse pulls off an upset in the Belmont Stakes after skipping the Preakness? The answer will come this Saturday evening in the 147th running ... more
Long Beach’s Josh Linster had one last try to leapfrog Farmingdale’s Jude Pierre atop the leaderboard in the triple jump at the Nassau Class AAA track and field championship meet on May 27 at Uniondale High School. more
Long Beach had the tying runs on base in the sixth and seventh innings of its Nassau Class AA softball quarterfinal playoff matchup with Mepham, but was unable to get the big hit that would keep its season alive. more
Long Beach rolled into its Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal playoff matchup against South Side having won nine of its past 10 while scoring double-digits in goals in each of the victories. more
More than 200 residents of Elmont and the surrounding communities packed Sewanhaka High School on May 7 to ask questions and hear details about a proposed $400 million stadium, restaurant and retail … more
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