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For years the general fitness public has embraced the idea that resistance training posed a risk to adolescents because it could lead to stunted growth as a result of growth plate fractures — but … more
The Lynbrook High School cafeteria was packed to near capacity on April 19 for a Board of Education meeting, with residents and students having come to discuss last month’s defeated $45 million bond referendum, and what the rejection means for the effort to improve the high school’s outdated facilities. more
The East Rockaway School District adopted a $38 million budget proposal for the 2016-17 school year on April 19, which preserves all programs and staff and adds increased math support services, a guidance teaching assistant and a wrestling program. more
By Mary Malloy mmalloy@liherald.com Assemblyman Brian Curran (Lynbrook, 21st A.D.) hosted an inaugural Run for Heroes 5k race to benefit local veterans last Sunday, starting and finishing at … more
In 2015, Lynbrook dealt with season-ending injuries that led to the roster being shaken up, and players being asked to take on unexpected roles. This spring, with a tougher schedule, the Lady Owls have the same level of talent, but this time around they’re healthy. more
Despite losing eight vital contributors from last year’s 12-win team that qualified for the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse playoffs, Lynbrook has been impressive in the early going while splitting four solid efforts. more
With back-to-back appearances in the Nassau Class B championship game and a record of 37-3 over the past two years with county and Long Island titles in 2014, Lynbrook’s recent accomplishments stack up against most boys’ lacrosse programs in the state. more
There is plenty of optimism surrounding both the Molloy College baseball and softball programs this spring, and an improved pitching staff is the biggest reason why for both teams. more
Nearly 100 people gathered at Gate 3 of Belmont Park on Saturday to urge state lawmakers to support two bills that would prohibit electronic gaming on Long Island. The rally, organized by the … more
As the W20 Foundation's Project Team Up 4 Community (TU4C) closes out the 2015-16 Community Service Challenges, it is excited to be hosting a Long Island Sports Impact Awards Banquet on May 25 at the Fox Hollow in Woodbury. more
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