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Hofstra’s baseball team is looking to reach new heights this spring with the return of veteran hitters. The Pride went 15-37 in 2016, but bring back position players who combined for 29 home runs and 136 RBIs. more
After a rare down season for Hofstra softball, the Pride is geared for a turnaround spring thanks to some talented additions. Despite posting its 27th straight winning season, Hofstra missed out on qualifying for the Colonial Athletic Association for the first time in program history with an 8-10 record. more
Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown residents might have noticed the brown ponytail sticking out of a Salk Middle School seventh-grade football player’s white helmet while cheering on the Seahawks … more
A new 90-second shot clock was introduced in college women’s lacrosse for the 2017 season providing further impetus for Hofstra to electrify its offense. On the heels of a disappointing three-win 2016 campaign, fifth-year head coach Shannon Smith looked to implement a more up-tempo style this spring. more
The Hofstra men’s lacrosse team entered the 2017 campaign fueled to capture a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title after falling in the conference semifinals to Fairfield last season. more
Top-seeded Elmont was in a rare predicament early in last Saturday’s Nassau Class A girls’ basketball semifinal at LIU Post after No. 4 Seaford came out flying and scored eight of the first 10 points, forcing Lady Spartans head coach Tom Magno to burn a quick timeout. more
Seaford steamrolled into the Nassau County Class A girls’ basketball quarterfinals with a dominating first-round playoff win against Jericho on Feb. 16. The fourth-seeded Lady Vikings captured the program’s first postseason game in three years with a 61-33 win at home. more
When the clock hit zero MacArthur senior Ryan O’Shea pointed to the large crowd of General supporters chanting his name at the Nassau Division I individual wrestling championships with a big smile on his face knowing he was now a county champion. more
In October 2014, Maureen Mele asked the Seaford Board of Education why the district did not have a bowling team. Her children — Mike, 16, Marissa, 13, and Matthew, 9 — had bowled in the … more
Seaford’s wrestling team is looking to make a splash on the county stage this weekend. The Vikings will send more than two dozen wrestlers to the Nassau County individual small school Division 2 championships. more
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