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Rockville Centre 8th grader Paolo Primavera is an average kid, but his soccer abilities are anything but. Recently returned from a trip to Argentina where he played against the country’s best … more
The New York Islanders dropped the puck on their 2016-17 training camp at the Northwell Health Ice Center at Eisenhower Park last Friday with some familiar faces, new faces, and even a familiar face back for another tour with the franchise. more
A sweep of defending Nassau Class A champion Wantagh last week moved South Side’s girls’ volleyball team to 7-1 midway through a season the Lady Cyclones hope ends with another title. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will hold a local player tryout this Saturday, Sept. 24, leading up to the team’s inaugural season in the NBA D-League. more
Shannon McEntee is all about capitalizing on opportunities. The coach for powerhouse South Side girls’ soccer has taken her team to a .500 start in non-league play, with losses to equally strong squads in St. Anthony’s and Massapequa, which she said were mainly about her players coming up short on several scoring chances. more
South Side returns the majority of its starting lineup from a team that suffered only one defeat in 17 games last season, falling only to Jericho, 3-2, in the semifinal round of the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer playoffs. more
Having dealt with a sore back for weeks and hobbled by a foot injury suffered a few days before, it didn’t take long for Gregory P. Shaughnessy to second-guess his decision to join neighbor Ryan Byrne for a round at Rockville Centre Links on Aug. 27. more
The Hofstra men’s soccer team reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine years in 2015 and is eyeing a repeat postseason trip this fall. more
The Hofstra women’s soccer team is looking to keep momentum this fall off a successful 2015 season that saw the Pride reach the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time in program history. more
Shorthanded down the stretch last season, Molloy College’s men’s soccer team came up short in each of its final three games to finish 10-6 overall, including 5-5 against East Coast Conference rivals. more
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