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Saturday, November 22, 2014
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Fifth-seeded Seaford gave three-time defending Nassau Conference IV champion Roosevelt all it could handle in last Saturday night’s semifinal matchup at Hofstra that remained scoreless after three quarters. more
The Seaford-based Long Island Broncos 10-year-old blue team recently took a trip to MetLife Stadium, where they were hosted by the New York Jets. more
Six days after falling at Clarke in the Conference IV regular-season finale, Seaford got another crack at the Rams in a first-round playoff matchup last Friday afternoon and made good on its return trip. more
As freshmen playing varsity soccer for MacArthur in 2011, Greg Baumstein and Anthony Rocchio didn’t taste a single victory. Now they’re savoring a win for the history books. more
MacArthur sophomore goalkeeper Sean Lyons entered last Friday night’s Nassau County Class AA boys’ soccer semifinal playoff game against Plainview-JFK with 12 shutouts, but it was a save from the Generals’ sweeper that proved pivotal in keeping championship dreams alive. more
As the seconds ticked to zeroes in Seaford’s 27-21 win against Mineola last Saturday evening, the Vikings rushed the field and head coach Rob Perpall hugged senior Bobby Buell before embracing the rest of the team. more
Despite graduating five senior starters, the Seaford girls’ volleyball team is positioning itself for a shot at a four-peat. The Lady Vikings, who have captured the last three Nassau County Class B titles, entered the final week of the regular season 10-3. more
The sting seemed innocuous. A bee nipped Jenn Sommermann in the leg as she entered the water at the River Cities Triathlon, contested around the Cypress Black Bayou, near Shreveport, La., in August 2011. more
MacArthur’s march toward the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoffs hit a bump in the road with the loss of its top player, but the Lady Generals are still eyeing a deep postseason run. more
When Andy Atkins took over as MacArthur boys’ soccer head coach in 2012, the Generals were coming off back-to-back winless seasons. more
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