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Valley Stream North baseball has done a lot of winning over the past few decades, which is why a 5-13 record in 2016 felt like a major disappointment for the program. more
Less than two weeks after losing to Malverne/East Rockaway in a tremendous triple overtime non-conference game, Valley Stream District turned the table on the Lady Rockin’ Mules in another tight-knit Nassau girls’ lacrosse battle at Firemen’s Field. more
After winning just two games in 2016, this spring proved to be a large step in the right direction for the Valley Stream Central softball team. The club not only put forth a winning record but also found a talented young battery to build around moving forward. more
The unpredictability of Conference ABC-II softball continued April 27 at Wantagh when the Lady Warriors turned the tables on Valley Stream North with a 3-1 victory behind the arm of senior pitcher Haley Monahan and the stick of freshman battery mate Nalani O’Brien. more
Putting up double digits on the scoreboard is usually an easy way to get into the win column and that’s been a popular formula for Valley Stream South’s baseball team so far this spring. more
The 2017 Monster Energy Supercross season has proven to be most exciting in years as the battle for the hotly contested 450SX Class title intensifies. As Round 16 nears the New York area, 3-time Champion, Ryan Dungey, and top contender, Eli Tomac, now sit tied atop the championship standings. more
Lynbrook and Valley Stream North both entered last week’s series undefeated against Nassau Conference A-IV baseball rivals, but neither came away from the three-game set unscathed. more
Coming off a respectable 5-6 finish last season, Valley Stream District’s girls’ lacrosse program is looking for improvement despite losing 11 players to graduation. more
This year will mark the 20th anniversary of the Valley Stream District boys’ lacrosse team’s last postseason appearance. And while not inclined to predict any imminent vault back into the playoffs, third-year Eagles head coach Dan Kraemer – whose teams finished 2-9 and 3-12, in 2015 and 2016 respectively – is confident that his current club can at least maintain the upward trend in season wins that has characterized his young tenure. more
Behind the scenes access to the new NYCB Live Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. more
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