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Ryan O’Shea, who graduated from South Side High School last June, died on Jan. 11 after he was hit by a train at Rockville Centre’s Long Island Rail Road station. He was 18. more
The Long Island Nets will host an open practice for the general public followed by a full-team autograph session at the conclusion of the practice on Tuesday, Jan. 22. more
The South Side Lady Cyclones are having another strong season in 2018-19 by losing just two of their first 11 games while averaging just under 60 points a contest. But amazingly, head coach Dan Ferrick believes that the team has yet to peak. more
Hewlett’s red-hot three-point shooting display against South Side on Jan. 3 was fittingly decided by a clutch shot from beyond the arc that delivered the Bulldogs their first conference win. more
Will this finally be the year? That’s the question facing the South Side/East Rockaway wrestling team on multiple fronts as the Cyclones embark on a pivotal season under coach Mike Robinson. The early returns so far are pointing to a potentially historic year for the program. more
Kyle Mosher entered South Side High School’s side doors on Monday slightly out of breath after a six-lap pre-practice run around the track. As he headed into the auxiliary gymnasium, he passed banners hanging above a trophy case that displays Rockville Centre’s best wrestlers — win leaders, champions, qualifiers and all-stars. more
Hofstra unveiled new banners in a Dec. 5 ceremony commemorating the university’s only wrestling national champion and 30 All-Americans that fifth-year head coach Dennis Papadatos hopes inspires future grapplers to aim for the sky. more
On the heels of 20 months since reopening, NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, is introducing a new sports tenant to Long Island. The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest men’s professional indoor lacrosse league in North America, has announced expansion into the New York market. more
The grind of a challenging East Coast Conference schedule awaits a more experienced and confident Molloy College women’s basketball squad that’s off to a 5-1 start. more
Molloy College played its best basketball down the stretch last season, salvaging a 7-11 record against East Coast Conference foes and reaching the tournament semifinals. more
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