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South Side’s trip to Cortland for the New York State Class A girls’ soccer Final Four brought mixed results and no championship, but coach Shannon McEntee said she couldn’t be more proud of everything the Lady Cyclones accomplished. more
South Side senior Keri Cavallo has scored plenty of goals during a highly successful four-year high school varsity soccer career, but none compare to the one that deflected off her face and barely crossed the line last Saturday night. more
Given the long-standing history between Wantagh and South Side, it came as no big surprise when the Nassau Class A girls’ volleyball final on Nov. 6 at SUNY Old Westbury saw countless momentum swings and needed the maximum five sets to determine a champion. more
South Side’s Josh Levine believes one of the keys to being a successful goalkeeper is having short-term memory, but winning the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer championship as the No. 13 seed is something he and the Cyclones will never forget. more
After a mediocre regular season that included a four-game winless streak, South Side is one win away from its third Nassau Class A boys’ soccer championship in five years after reeling off four straight playoff victories. more
There was no denying South Side this time. A year after falling short against Garden City in the Nassau County Class A girls’ soccer championship game on penalty kicks, the Lady Cyclones made sure things didn’t get that far in Tuesday evening’s title rematch at Mitchel Athletic Complex. more
South Side scored three rushing touchdowns, brought back a punt and an interception for scores, and booted a field goal on the way to beating Great Neck North, 38-0, in a Conference III football game on the turf last Saturday before a spirited crowd on Homecoming. more
With a conference title in the bag and the start of the Nassau Class A girls’ soccer playoffs days away, it would be easy for South Side to talk about regaining a county championship the program has held 25 times since 1984. more
South Side’s No. 1 and 2 singles players remained perfect on the season and helped the team get back on the winning track with a 5-2 victory over Bellmore-JFK in a Nassau Conference II-B girls’ tennis match at Hempstead Lake State Park on Oct. 8. more
After breaking out of the gate with three straight victories against Conference A-1 foes, South Side’s boys’ soccer team is mired in a rare drought with no wins and one tie in its past four outings. more
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