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Of the five point-blank saves South Side senior goalie Dylan Harloff made against Long Beach in the third quarter of last Friday’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal, none was bigger than the last. more
One strike away from ending the regular season on a losing note, Long Beach rallied last Saturday to not only outlast Syosset, 9-5, in 10 innings, but also earn a share of the Nassau Conference AA-II softball title. more
After netting four goals in both the second and third quarters at Carey last Friday afternoon, Long Beach was unable to score in the last 12-plus minutes of the Nassau Conference B-1 boys’ lacrosse matchup played in less-than-ideal weather conditions. more
There is a lot happening in the new season for the Long Island Ducks. more
After a rough start that saw Long Beach girls’ lacrosse produced just one victory in its first six games, the Lady Marines have positioned themselves for a strong finish. more
Long Beach coach Jason Zizza views the remainder of the baseball season as a major opportunity for his Marines. While not off to the start they hoped, the coach is focusing on the positives. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, fell to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, 129-112, in Game 3 of the NBA G League Finals at Island Federal Arena at Stony Brook University on Friday night. more
Long Beach plated runs in five of seven innings, including a six spot in the top of the fifth, in a 14-3 softball victory at Plainview-JFK on April 10 to break a two-game slide. more
It hasn’t been a memorable start for Long Beach boys’ lacrosse, although coach Jason Pearl believes if the Marines continue to play with emotion and work hard, the results will turn. more
The Long Island Nets have had their sights set on the NBA G League championship since the beginning of the season, and now they are just one victory away from reaching their goal. more
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