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With Tyler Anderson leading the way, Kennedy boys’ volleyball is heading back to the state championships. more
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
Calhoun couldn’t have picked a better time to finally beat its neighborhood rival. Quarterback Nick Turrini rushed for 250 yards and two touchdowns and Jonathan Ieraci booted a 19-yard field goal in overtime as the sixth-seeded Colts advanced in the Nassau Conference II playoffs with a thrilling 24-21 quarterfinal win at No. 3 Mepham last Saturday. more
When you’re the county’s leading goal scorer, sometimes the ball just finds you. That’s exactly what happened 10 minutes into the Nassau County Class A boys’ soccer championship game Tuesday night at Mitchel Athletic Complex. more
Nassau’s leading goal scorer didn’t take long to solve the county’s stingiest defense, and as a result Mepham is one win away from its first-ever boys’ soccer championship. more
It took some pretty special goals from some special Valley Stream South athletes to end a special girls’ soccer season for Mepham. more
From nearly 30 yards away from the goal, center midfielder Corey Lichtman shook off a defender and, seemingly in one motion, launched a massive left-footed strike. As the ball arced gracefully through the air towards the top right goalpost, the energetic crowd at Mepham High School held its collective breath. more
When a team truly is riding a wave the signs are unmistakable. In his club’s regular season finale, Calhoun midfielder Christian Crews opened the scoring with his first tally of the year – and then seemed unable to stop himself, scoring two more goals for a hat trick to buoy the Colts in their 5-1 win over visiting MacArthur in a Nassau Conference A-1 boys’ soccer contest last Friday. more
In a game defined by numerous big plays by Mepham’s stout defense, it was cornerback James Murray made the biggest one of all when he swatted away a potential game-tying pass from Calhoun quarterback Nicholas Turrini in the corner of the end zone as time expired, sealing a 14-7 road victory for the Pirates against their crosstown and Conference II rival. more
A passing attack that’s gaining steam each week carried Mepham to a 28-13 victory over Valley Stream Central in a Nassau Conference II football matchup last Friday night before an overflow Homecoming crowd. more
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