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Student-athletes at Sanford H. Calhoun High School recently announced their commitment to play collegiate-level sports in the fall. more
Calhoun had its ace, junior Nicole Imhof, in the circle and a two-run lead against No. 2 Oceanside entering the seventh inning of their second-round Nassau Class AA softball playoffs last Friday, but the Lady Sailors made good use of their final at bat. more
Last Saturday’s Nassau Class AA baseball first-round playoff matchup between eighth-seeded Calhoun and No. 9 Baldwin provided each team a chance to erase a tough regular-season ending as well as advance into a best-of-three quarterfinal series. more
More than 200 residents of Elmont and the surrounding communities packed Sewanhaka High School on May 7 to ask questions and hear details about a proposed $400 million stadium, restaurant and retail … more
Kennedy piled up zeroes by the dozen—nearly two dozen in a row—on the baseball field against Garden City last week, blanking the Trojans in three straight games and now sits one win away from back-to-back Conference A-I crowns. more
Thanks to a $50,000 donation, Mepham High School’s baseball and softball fields were recently refurbished, complete with new cinderblock dugouts. Last Thursday, school officials and players dedicated the baseball field in honor of legendary Mepham baseball coach Mike Lurel. more
Heading down the stretch of the baseball season, Mepham is exactly where it wants to be: smack in the middle of the playoff race. After a win, loss and tie with Herricks last week, the Pirates were tied for second place. more
They came from Nassau and Suffolk counties, New York City, upstate New York — even Virginia. Most of the hundreds of runners in the 10th Annual Robbie’s Run, however, came from Merrick. more
Mepham senior Alexa Boscarino started strong in the circle in a Nassau Conference A-I softball battle with district-rival Calhoun by retiring the first six batters she faced. But it’s the way she finished that helped the Lady Pirates hold off the Lady Colts, 6-5, on April 16. more
Last season was one for the history books for the Long Island Ducks, who celebrated their 15th year of operation in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and welcomed the six-millionth fan to pass through the turnstiles. more
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