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W.T. Clarke football coach John Boyle always knew that Scott Martin was a born leader. more
Locked in a tie with upstart Long Beach in the second quarter of last Saturday’s Nassau Conference II football semifinal game, defending champion Carey unlocked the vault for a play senior Conor Colasurdo waited 10 weeks to run. more
Matt McGovern enjoyed a breakout campaign for the Long Beach boys’ cross-country team, leading the Marines to a solid seventh-place finish in a field of 16 in the Nassau Class I championship meet at Bethpage State Park. more
From a 1-6 start to a spot in the Nassau Class B championship match was the unlikely road traveled by the Long Beach boys’ volleyball team, which avenged two regular-season losses to both defending county champion Bellmore-JFK and top-seeded Floral Park along the way. more
Seniors on the Long Beach football team like Nick Nigro did not need any extra motivation going into last Saturday’s contest against Elmont. They knew a loss would mean that their high school playing careers would be over. more
Long Beach’s final regular-season girls’ swimming meet came down to the final event on Oct. 20. The Lady Marines and visiting Manhasset were separated by one point heading into the 400 freestyle relay, and the race was still in doubt heading into the anchor leg. more
Long Beach assistant varsity coach Leo Palacio, who has been linked to the Marine program for the past 35 years, was voted the New York State National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Assistant Coach of the Year. more
Long Beach thrilled a large homecoming crowd at the Middle School last Friday night with an important 32-21 victory over New Hyde Park in a Nassau Conference II football game. more
With a youthful roster consisting of 10 juniors and a couple of talented freshmen, it took a little time for Long Beach’s girls’ tennis team to get into the swing of things. more
Long Beach failed to generate much offensively for most of its Conference II football contest at Herricks on Oct. 2. But late in the fourth quarter of a scoreless game, the Marines had fantastic field position and didn’t let the opportunity slip away. more
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