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Hofstra baseball is seeking its first back-to-back postseason appearances this century with an almost entirely new pitching staff. more
Classes at the West Hempstead Union Free School District’s Cornwell Avenue Elementary School celebrated their fundraising efforts for the American Heart Association by taking part in Hoops for … more
Hofstra softball charted a new era in February with a new leader who inherited one of the youngest rosters in the nation. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, clinched their first playoff berth in franchise history with a 129-111 victory over the Maine Red Claws last Friday night. more
Throughout the 25 years he spent as head coach of Malverne High School’s varsity football team, Ron James helped establish the program’s focus on developing well-rounded student-athletes. Whether … more
A mix of top veterans and talented freshmen are poised to bring Hofstra women’s lacrosse to new heights. more
Facing his biggest roster turnover since taking over the Hofstra men’s lacrosse program 12 years ago, head coach Seth Tierney hopes his largely inexperienced team can bloom into a postseason contender by late spring. more
Town Supervisor Laura Gillen joined with members of the Town Board to honor two-time gold medalist Estee Ackerman, of West Hempstead, at the town’s board meeting on Feb. 5. She took home three … more
D.J. Gaston did everything he could to help Malverne return to the Long Island Class B championship game. But in the end, the Mules fell a little short against their conference rival. more
A key injury and a star’s pressing engagement could not deter the Malverne boys’ winter track and field team at the Nassau County Class B Championships at St. Anthony’s Feb. 5. more
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