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The Long Island Nets, in their third season of existence and second calling Nassau Coliseum home, have plenty of new things to offer for the 2018-19 campaign. more
The dichotomy between the East Rockaway and Malverne football programs is staggering. The Rocks like to grind it out, take time off the clock, and only throw the ball when absolutely necessary, while the Mules can score at the blink of an eye and don’t mind going to the air. more
It’s been a season of peaks and valleys for the Malverne girls’ volleyball team, but the competitiveness it has shown as the 2018 campaign progressed has left the players and coaching staff optimistic for the future. more
Odd-numbered weeks have been fun for Malverne on the gridiron. The Mules continued their pattern of alternating wins and losses last Saturday when they rolled to a 40-0 road victory over struggling Great Neck District in a Nassau Conference IV football matchup to get back over .500 with one game remaining. more
The 2018 soccer season hasn’t been exactly what Malverne/East Rockaway was hoping for. A year removed from a league championship, the Rockin’ Mules haven’t been able to rise to the level of competition in their new conference. more
Nearly 200 runners were pounding the pavement and sweating for a cause in the early morning hours of Sept. 15 at Hewlett Point Beach in Bay Park as Assemblyman Brian Curran hosted his third annual … more
For the second time in as many weeks, Clarke had four different players reach the end zone in an impressive Nassau Conference IV football victory. more
The newly installed artificial-turf football field at West Hempstead High School is the first of several completed renovations. In addition to the football field, the track and tennis courts were … more
West Hempstead opened its plush new turf field in style last Saturday, defeating East Rockaway, 15-6, in a Nassau Conference IV football opener played in fall-like conditions before a spirited crowd. more
In its first season under coach Steve Price, Molloy women’s soccer team posted a winning mark (5-3) against East Coast Conference rivals and earned its first berth in the ECC Tournament since 2011. more
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