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Rudy D’Amico had quite a storied basketball career before his current gig coaching the Cougars. more
The Mepham High School kickline team is preparing for nationals after a successful winter season. more
Mepham gave up the first basket of its Nassau County Class AA quarterfinal matchup against fifth-seeded Freeport on Feb. 18, then ripped off the next dozen points and never looked back in a 67-45 home victory. more
Mepham High School had not one but three fall athletes recently sign with Division I colleges, including seniors Kerry Giovanniello, Samantha Picinich and Anthony Santorelli. Giovanniello will swim for the University at Buffalo, Picinich will be playing soccer for Rider University in New Jersey, and Santorelli will be playing football for SUNY Stony Brook. more
Calhoun senior Anthony Fitzsimmons raced his way to the finals at 170 pounds in the Nassau Division I Wrestling Championships at Hofstra University last Sunday night, racking up three wins and improving his record to 35-0. more
Luck of the draw placed Calhoun, Kennedy and Mepham at the same Nassau wrestling qualifier tournament where there was no shortage of excitement at Massapequa High School last Saturday. 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
Eight Calhoun High School seniors recently signed letters of intent to play sports in college, and Calhoun held a ceremony on Jan. 16, emceed by Assistant Principal Neil Testa, to celebrate the athletes’ accomplishments. more
Merokean Steve “The Crusher” Weiner stood in awe and soaked in the sheer size of the theater where he would attempt to break the Guinness world record for curling metal frying pans with his bare hands. “It was a huge, huge stage,” recalled the 6-foot-2 Weiner during a recent interview at his home in the Gables neighborhood. more
Mepham struggled in the opening half of its Conference AA-III girls’ basketball road battle against Long Beach last Friday afternoon digging itself a 15-point hole, as the Lady Marines used a three-pronged scoring attack to score 41 points—a normal game total for most Lady Pirates’ opponents. more
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