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At full strength or under adversity, South Side’s girls’ basketball team has done nothing but find its way into the win column since the calendar flipped to 2015 and sits in the Conference A-II driver’s seat. more
In youth soccer, one arena tops all others –– the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Florida. It is a mecca for youth soccer players itching to display their skills before hundreds of college coaches at the Disney Soccer Showcase. more
If South Side’s performance against Harborfields in last Saturday’s Nassau-Suffolk boys’ basketball challenge at Uniondale High School is any indication, Cyclones head coach Jerry D’Angelo may have found a starting lineup for the long haul. more
After squandering a nine-point lead in the second quarter, South Side opened the second half with a 10-point run to break a tie and held on for a 45-37 victory at Carey in a Conference A-II girls’ basketball game on Jan. 8. more
South Side’s varsity wrestling team may not have the roster size of many of its opponents—the varsity and junior varsity programs have a total of just 18 wrestlers competing—but it makes up for that based on the strength of some of its performers. more
Head coach Kate Lynch believes Molloy College’s women’s basketball team has made a lot of progress since last season’s defeat to NYIT in the opening round of the East Coast Conference Tournament. more
Ranked seventh out of 11 teams in the East Coast Conference men’s basketball preseason poll, Molloy College will carry some confidence into the ECC schedule after winning five of its first six games out of the gate. more
Hofstra women’s basketball hopes to rebound from a disappointing season that saw the Pride finish with a 14-15 record; 8-8 in the Colonial Athletic Conference. more
Expectations are far different for Joe Mihalich’s second season as Hofstra men’s basketball head coach. more
Lerthon Theuma is one of 15 players on the Hofstra men’s soccer team who was born outside the United States, but Theuma is the only one of them who can say he went to high school in this country. The Franklin Square resident moved here from Malta when he was 12 and spent his teenage formative years adjusting to American cultural norms, both on and off the soccer field. more
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