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With nine wins in its first 10 games, Clarke has continued its momentum from 2019 on the girls’ soccer pitch when it captured a dozen victories and finished conference runner-up to Valley … more
When both of its Week 1 football opponents were forced to quarantine, Clarke and Locust Valley hooked up for a game that didn’t count in the Conference IV standings but allowed both teams to … more
East Meadow boys’ soccer coach Bryan Horrmann is fine with the Jets’ identity of an underdog after they failed to qualify for the Nassau Class AA playoffs in 2019. “We have 10 … more
After East Meadow’s running game was largely grounded during the first quarter, James Saragossi lifted the Jets offense through the air.The senior quarterback threw two second quarter … more
Separate quarantine issues delayed Wantagh’s football season and forced Clarke to pivot to a different Week 1 opponent with a non-league label attached. However, last Saturday both teams … more
Are you ready for some Nassau County high school football? A six-week regular season kicks off Friday night with three games, including Glen Cove at Hewlett, and 46 more teams will be in action … more
Running intramurals for a couple of months prior to high-risk sports getting the green light to play helped East Meadow’s girls’ basketball team bring its conditioning level up to speed … more
Less than a week after high-risk high school sports in New York State such as basketball, football, wrestling, volleyball and competitive cheer were given the green light to proceed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran relayed the necessary guidance put in place by local health officials. more
Some Clarke High School student-athletes are back in action, while others have renewed hope following a high-risk sports go-ahead from New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo last Friday. more
High-risk high school sports in New York State such as basketball, football, wrestling, hockey, volleyball and competitive cheer will be permitted to proceed beginning Feb. 1 as long as county health departments approve competitive play within its jurisdiction, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday afternoon. more
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