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Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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The Seaford boys’ basketball team’s run at a championship ended in the first round of the Nassau County playoffs, putting a cap on a season that “far exceeded” head coach Ralph Rossetti’s expectations. more
A spirited second-half comeback and some clutch plays in crunch time earned MacArthur’s boys’ basketball team its first playoff win in 10 years last Saturday. more
MacArthur’s wrestling team has battled through an assortment of injuries this winter, but several Generals have qualified to compete on the championship stage this coming weekend. more
When the breakout New York Islanders have scored one of their many dramatic goals this season at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, it sounds like the roof could blow off the place. And inside the … more
Clarke only trailed first-place Seaford by three points at halftime of last Friday night’s boys’ basketball game in front of its home fans before Bobby Buell took over for the Vikings. more
It’s very rare in sports that a team is able to develop young talent while still finding ways to win games. But, that has been the case for the Seaford girls’ basketball squad this season. The Lady Vikings have gotten strong contributions from four freshmen, and over the past month have been racking up victories. more
MacArthur and Calhoun battled back-and-forth for the first half of its Conference AA-III girls’ basketball matchup on Tuesday night, swapping leads four different times. But after halftime, the Lady Generals found their groove on defense and pulled away for a 63-46 victory more
Seaford wrestling suffered major graduation losses from last season, but entered the 2014-15 campaign with many grapplers motivated to create new success for the program. more
Leading scrappy MacArthur by as many as a dozen points in the fourth quarter of last Saturday’s Conference AA-III girls’ basketball matchup, host Long Beach needed some late heroics from freshman sensation Kadaja Bailey to pull out the victory. more
As the High School Hockey League of Nassau County enters the stretch run, Wantagh/Seaford is looking to keep firing on all cylinders after a difficult start. The Baymen have seven wins and a tie in their last eight more
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