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For nine consecutive years, MacArthur High School alumni have gathered at the Levittown building to compete in a flag football tournament in memory of Rick Bailey, a former tight end for the Generals. more
Seaford’s quest for a perfect football season was thwarted by Shoreham-Wading River in the Long Island Class IV title game at Stony Brook University last Sunday afternoon. more
Hofstra had one of its most successful seasons in women’s basketball program history in 2015-16, finishing with an overall record of 25-9 (13-5 in Colonial Athletic Conference) and advancing to the quarterfinal round of the WNIT where it lost to tournament runner-up Florida Gulf Coast. more
Hofstra men’s basketball was picked to finish first in the Colonial Athletic Association last season and met the high expectation before falling one win shy of its ultimate goal. more
Seaford quarterback Andrew Cain entered last Saturday’s Nassau Conference IV football title game determined to avoid a repeat of last year’s disappointing loss on the finals stage to Locust Valley. more
There’s a new game in town, basketball fans. The Long Island Nets, the latest addition to the NBA Development League (D League) are set to begin their inaugural season. more
Faced with a deficit for the first time in 2016, top-seeded Seaford dug deep last Saturday afternoon and scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to knock off defending Nassau Conference IV football champion Locust Valley, 28-14, in a semifinal at Hofstra. more
Nearly two weeks after rallying past Mineola to complete a perfect regular season, Seaford was in a similar predicament, trailing two sets to one, on a much bigger stage attempting to defend its Nassau Class B girls’ volleyball championship at SUNY-Old Westbury on Nov. 9. more
The New York Cosmos won their second consecutive North American Soccer League (NASL) Championship and eighth overall on Sunday night, defeating Indy Eleven 4-2 on penalties after a scoreless 120 minutes. more
Last Friday night, No. 5 Long Beach decided it was time to fully unleash its star running back Tyreek Bromley on the offense, and very quickly reaped the rewards of its decision. Bromley rushed for 182 yards and two touchdowns, helping carry the Marines to a 36-14 victory over No. 4 MacArthur in the Nassau I football quarterfinals. more
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