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The Valley Stream Baseball League began its 69th season on April 30. Opening ceremonies were held at Firemen’s Field, and then players hit the diamond for their first games of the season. more
Wantagh girls’ basketball has passed nearly all the tests in its quest for a return to the championship stage. The Class A reigning runner ups kicked off the second half of the league schedule last Saturday following a six-day break for midterms with 71-58 home win against North Shore. more
Union Rags wins! [Photo gallery]
A gallery of the Herald's images from Saturday's Belmont Stakes. more
Hours after completing the opening week of practice March 13, Long Beach High School spring sports coaches met with Athletic Director Arnold Epstein, who informed them the district would be shutting down the following week due to the global coronavirus pandemic. more
On Thursday afternoon, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced winter regional and state championships will be postponed indefinitely. more
Despite a season filled with illnesses, freak injuries, and lonely practice sessions, the South Side girls’ basketball team’s perseverance has been commendable in 2019-20.  more
The Lady Eagles are soaring to new heights. The Valley Stream Central girls’ basketball team is on the verge of a second straight postseason berth after posting four wins in its last five games to improve to 4-2 in Conference A2 and 8-4 overall. more
East Meadow’s push towards the Nassau Class AA boys’ basketball playoffs took a hit Monday night when its furious fourth-quarter rally still wasn’t enough to overcome the large hole it dug at Plainview. more
A battle-tested Lynbrook girls’ basketball team is fighting for a playoff berth while tackling one of the toughest league schedules on Long Island. more
Last Saturday at Farmingdale State College, the Locust Valley girls’ basketball team walked into the locker room at halftime in an unfamiliar circumstance. Trailing in its Nassau Class A semifinal by nine to a Manhasset team that surged late in the second quarter, Locust Valley and head coach Mike Guidone stayed calm. more
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