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Friday, February 27, 2015
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Malverne is back on top. The Mules, who won seven of eight Nassau County Class B boys’ basketball championships from 2004-11, regained the title after a three-season drought with a convincing 69-46 victory over Carle Place at LIU-Post on Feb. 19. more
After seeing its season-long, four-game winning streak come to an end, Malverne got back on track Feb. 3 with some offensive fireworks in an 86-76 victory at Carle Place in a Conference B boys’ basketball game. more
When the breakout New York Islanders have scored one of their many dramatic goals this season at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, it sounds like the roof could blow off the place. And inside the … more
Over the past quarter century, the Malverne and East Rockaway girls’ basketball programs have combined for 17 county championships, but, of late, both teams have had more downs than up and neither has been able to find consistency. more
Poor starts ultimately doomed both the West Hempstead and Malverne boys’ basketball teams in their games during the second day of the Hank Williams Memorial Tournament. more
Head coach Kate Lynch believes Molloy College’s women’s basketball team has made a lot of progress since last season’s defeat to NYIT in the opening round of the East Coast Conference Tournament. more
Ranked seventh out of 11 teams in the East Coast Conference men’s basketball preseason poll, Molloy College will carry some confidence into the ECC schedule after winning five of its first six games out of the gate. more
Hofstra women’s basketball hopes to rebound from a disappointing season that saw the Pride finish with a 14-15 record; 8-8 in the Colonial Athletic Conference. more
Expectations are far different for Joe Mihalich’s second season as Hofstra men’s basketball head coach. more
Lerthon Theuma is one of 15 players on the Hofstra men’s soccer team who was born outside the United States, but Theuma is the only one of them who can say he went to high school in this country. The Franklin Square resident moved here from Malta when he was 12 and spent his teenage formative years adjusting to American cultural norms, both on and off the soccer field. more
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