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If you listed all of Jeff Weiss’s achievements in the 32 years he coached boys’ varsity basketball at Lawrence Woodmere Academy, it would read exactly like the resume you would expect from someone inducted into the Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame, as Weiss was on Sept. 29. more
The underdog-beats-the-odds narrative had started to take a dark turn. Though its boys’ soccer season began with an unprecedented run of success, Freeport’s September breakout was somehow … more
Less than 24 hours before it was supposed to play its fifth Nassau Conference II football game, Long Beach received word from Roslyn it would need to forfeit last Saturday’s matchup due to Covid issues. more
The Mepham boys’ soccer team is back to breathing rarefied air – though for the time being it’ll have to be shared with a clinging conference rival.     more
Winning a conference has been nothing new for the Lynbrook girls’ tennis team in recent seasons, but this year’s roster is shaping up to be one of the best ones in school history.The Owls … more
New coach, different conference, same result. The South Side boys’ soccer team’s move to Conference A-III proved to be a successful one this fall as the team clinched its second straight division title with Manhasset’s 1-0 loss to Hewlett last Saturday. more
There’s still time for Baldwin to click and be a factor in the Nassau Class A field hockey title picture, but its rough patch continued Oct. 7 when Cold Spring Harbor scored the tying goal with four minutes remaining in regulation and then beat the Lady Bruins, 2-1, 1:59 into overtime. more
If not for a shortened spring season, Valley Stream North girls’ volleyball would be well on its way to posting a fifth consecutive double-digit win campaign. more
After a restricted spring season with limited fans, Seaford’s James McHugh had last Saturday’s homecoming game against Clarke circled on his calendar. more
Momentum from the Wantagh football team’s Conference IV title run in the spring has carried over to the fall in a new league. The Warriors, who moved up to Conference III due to rising enrollment, have opened the new campaign with a 5-0 start more
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