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Abigail and Adam Jefferies have earned more than 300 trophies in track and field events in less than ten years, and have competed in more events than they can count. “They’re competing almost … more
Audience members danced the Macarena and played hot potato while Valley Stream teachers faced-off against the Court Jesters for a fundraising basketball game at Memorial Junior High School on Oct. … more
With the one and only Julius “Dr. J” Erving in the house, pro basketball returned to the Nassau Coliseum (NYCB LIVE) for the first time in 40 years on Nov. 4 when the Long Island Nets hosted the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in NBA G-League action. more
After falling just short of the playoffs on the final day in three of the previous four seasons, Valley Stream girls’ soccer coach Demetri Adrahtas said his goals for 2017 were to win Nassau Conference AB-V and play in the postseason. more
With Wantagh trailing Valley Stream North by five after one half of football, the defending Long Island Class III champions banded together at halftime to keep its quest for a repeat title alive. more
Three months after he graduated from Northwestern University in September 1987, East Meadow’s Rich Borresen was embarking on his post-collegiate football career at his brother’s construction business when a surprise turn of events brought him back to the field on the biggest stage. more
Seven-time Grand Slam champion and Tennis Hall of Famer John McEnroe has been named as the honorary ambassador of the inaugural New York Open ATP World Tour event to be held at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, from Feb. 11-18. more
What happens when 80 minutes of soccer isn’t enough to decide a winner? In the Nassau County girls’ playoffs, it means a minimum of 20 additional minutes regardless of how many goals are scored. more
Wantagh had 11 different goal scorers during the regular season, helping it to a solid third-place finish in Nassau Conference A-II boys’ soccer with eight wins, with senior Liam Ireland serving as the catalyst. more
Annette Gray-Thom, the president of the Nassau County Police Activity League’s Valley Stream unit, was only expecting about 50 children to show up to Memorial Junior High School for its two-hour basketball clinic with former New York Knicks power forward Larry Johnson on Oct. 12, and was surprised when more than 100 children from Valley Stream, Franklin Square and came out. more
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