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A monster Saturday night from Tom von Bargen put Wantagh in the county finals for a fourth straight year. more
The Long Island Nets, in their third season of existence and second calling Nassau Coliseum home, have plenty of new things to offer for the 2018-19 campaign. more
When Olivia Medford’s friend Liam Galvin was preparing to try out for the seventh-grade football team at South Side Middle School, she would tag along and play with him and his dad, Gene, at the Village Green. more
After second-place finishes in the regular season and Nassau County championship meet, the South Side girls’ country team emerged on top when a trip to the New York State public school championships was at stake. more
Nassau’s leading goal scorer didn’t take long to solve the county’s stingiest defense, and as a result Mepham is one win away from its first-ever boys’ soccer championship. more
After winning its second straight conference title in impressive fashion and boasting numerous D-I college recruits, Valley Stream South entered the Nassau Class A girls’ soccer playoffs with more to prove. more
Two years ago, South Side girls’ tennis coach Chris Colesanti came up with the idea of having his top two singles players compete as a doubles pair in the Nassau County High School Championships. more
Despite not allowing a goal in three weeks and being undefeated, South Side had a little more work to do last Friday to secure the Nassau Conference A3 boys’ soccer title. more
South Side showed some mental fortitude after a couple of tough losses last week, rebounding with a 5-2 victory over Kennedy on Oct. 4 to take hold of the second — and last — playoff spot in Nassau Conference 2B girls’ tennis. more
The South Side Cyclones took advantage of some early opportunities and rode the legs of their two top weapons to continue their hot start on the gridiron. more
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