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With the help of a coach from Rockville Centre, the Long Island Rugby Club heads into the top eight of the national championship tournament this weekend, and they expect to win it all. After … more
The New York Racing Association Inc. (NYRA) announced today that acclaimed multi-platinum band Third Eye Blindwill headline the entertainment lineup for the 2018 Belmont Stakes Racing Festival. more
South Side overcame an inauspicious 0-5 start to eventually reach .500 and qualify for the Nassau Class A baseball playoffs behind what coach Tom Smith described as a “special group of seniors.” more
Last week was a busy one for South Side’s boys’ tennis team. For the first time in coach Chris Colesanti’s 15-year tenure, the Cyclones played matches on five consecutive days and won the last four to improve to 10-3 in Conference 2B. more
South Side High School’s lacrosse teams played and won a double-header last weekend, as they raised money for cancer research at the same time. On a rainy evening on April 27, the varsity … more
The moment wasn’t too big for this freshman. Minutes after the Lady Cyclones lacrosse team surrendered a three-goal lead down the stretch, ninth-grader EllaGrace Delmond scored with 3:42 left as host South Side hung on for a big 11-10 win over Conference II-rival Seaford on a misty Friday night at the Rockville Centre Sports Complex. more
In the midst of Autism Awareness Month, members of the South Side High School boys’ varsity tennis team ran a free clinic for children with special needs last Saturday at Jennie E. Hewitt Elementary School. more
Three goals in 41 seconds and five more in a span of 3:22 after the game was tied made for an unforgettable Nassau Conference B-I boys’ lacrosse opener for South Side, which rallied for a 10-5 victory over visiting Long Beach on April 18. more
South Side’s ace pitcher Morgan Gilligan delivered a two-hit, 10-strikeout, 89-pitch complete-game shutout in a 14-0 victory at Glen Cove last Friday in a Nassau Conference ABC-III/IV softball crossover matchup. more
A young South Side team is searching for a comfort zone together after opening the season with consecutive wins against Conference II rivals Carle Place and Calhoun before falling to defending Class C girls’ lacrosse champions Wantagh. more
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