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For a second year in a row, the Empire Challenge was decided with no time left on the clock. New York City, seeking a third straight victory in the high school football all-star senior showcase, hit on a 30-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass as time expired but Long Island thwarted the ensuing two-point try to hold on for a thrilling 28-27 win before a crowd of 8,452 last Friday night at Hofstra. more
Unraced as a 2-year-old and now undefeated in six lifetime starts, Justify became the 13th Triple Crown winner in thoroughbred horseracing history Saturday by capturing the 150th running of the Belmont Stakes. more
In 46 years of coaching track and field – and nearly half of that time spent at Seaford High School – Ed Trentowski has seen just about everything. And yet, his Seaford boys’ track team still racked up a series of accomplishments this spring that managed to surprise the veteran coach – in a very pleasant way. more
Unraced as a 2-year-old and undefeated in five lifetime starts as a 3-year old, Justify will attempt to become the 13th Triple Crown winner in thoroughbred horseracing history this Saturday in the 150th running of the Belmont Stakes. more
Fourth-seeded Hewlett got the early jump on No. 5 MacArthur in Monday’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal with two goals in the opening minute and rode big efforts from Sam Rovner (five goals), Alex Vadaro (one goal, six assists), Rob Levitz (11 faceoff wins) and Ryan May (three goals) to a convincing 11-3 victory. more
Seaford was unable to carry its late-season momentum into the playoffs. After entering the Class A baseball postseason tournament winning eight of nine games, two close losses quickly dashed the Vikings’ championship dreams. more
The New York Racing Association Inc. (NYRA) announced today that acclaimed multi-platinum band Third Eye Blindwill headline the entertainment lineup for the 2018 Belmont Stakes Racing Festival. more
MacArthur entered the Nassau Class A softball playoffs nearly flawless in its charge toward seeking a third straight Long Island crown. more
After an injury-riddled and winless season, Seaford boys’ lacrosse is poised for a playoff run this spring. The Vikings are riding a five-game winning streak, a stark contrast to their 0-16 campaign in 2017 when everything from torn knees to concussions to a strain of mono severely hampered a squad that otherwise had high expectations. more
After a slow start, Seaford baseball is primed for a big regular season finish. The Vikings (10-6) entered the week winners of six in a row and in strong position to clinch a spot in the upcoming Class A playoffs in their final three games. more
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