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For the second time in two weeks, the Nassau County High School athletic events have been postponed due to a snowstorm that blanketed the area on Friday. more
Hundreds of people gathered on Plainfield Avenue and marched to the main entrance of Belmont Park on Saturday, protesting Nassau Off Track Betting’s decision to house video lottery terminals in the … more
Despite losing the first meeting by 35 points, Roslyn entered last Friday night’s boys’ basketball showdown with South Side as the only Conference A-II rival with a legitimate shot to catch the front-running Cyclones, who last dropped a conference game in the 2012-13 campaign. more
A career-high 26 points from junior point guard Jourdin Thomas wasn’t enough for South Side to overcome Plainedge last Friday in a Conference A-II girls’ basketball result that thickened the race for first place. more
All Nassau County High School athletic events for Saturday, Jan. 23, have been postponed. more
South Side broke a tie with visiting Hewlett in the final 90 seconds last Friday and squeaked out a 56-52 decision to open the second half of the Nassau Conference A-II boys’ basketball season. more
A crowd much too large for the Floral Park Memorial High School auditorium gathered at the school on Jan. 12 to voice its disapproval of Nassau Off Track Betting’s plan to put video lottery … more
With budget cuts and a possible reduction of county services becoming closer to reality for Nassau County residents, there was a palpable feeling of nervousness at the Jan. 5 East End Civic … more
After six lead changes in the second quarter, visiting South Side opened the third with a 10-point run to take command and held off Wantagh, 52-42, in an early showdown for the Conference A-II girls’ basketball top spot on Jan. 7. more
South Side may not have the big numbers of other wrestling programs in Nassau County just yet, but the Cyclones sure pack plenty of bang on the mat with their roster of 22, an increase of five over last winter. more
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