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Though Clarke managed a tie and squeaked out a couple of one-goal wins over a six-day span, the second time around the Nassau Conference II field hockey schedule proved much tougher than the first. more
A painful homecoming defeat has East Meadow on the fence to qualify for the Nassau Conference I football playoffs. 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
As the boys’ soccer season zips by like a zephyr – 14 games crammed into five weeks – a team’s slow start can quickly translate to hopes that are gone with the wind, especially in a 15-school mega-conference stacked with competitive squads. East Meadow ended a 12-year drought when it reached a postseason play-in game in April, falling 1-0 to Freeport to finish .500 overall. more
The Clarke girls’ soccer team is tackling a higher league this fall after conquering Conference A-IV in the spring. The Rams moved up to Conference A-IV after a league title last season and … more
It took a couple of tries, but Clarke secured its first-ever football victory on its new turf field behind a strong ground attack led by senior quarterback Nick Giardino. more
A new era of girls’ soccer has begun in East Meadow.  Three years after falling one penalty kick short of a county championship, the Jets have changed coaches with former Deer Park soccer standout Nicolette Tortorici taking over for longtime bench boss Adam Hananel following a 4-6 spring season. more
The Hofstra men's soccer team will look to get over the hump this fall of achieving its NCAA Tournament aspirations following three years of near misses. more
A veteran-laden Hofstra women's soccer team is fueled for a return to the NCAA Tournament this fall after its abridged spring season ended in heartbreak. more
Three months and three weeks after Massapequa, Garden City, Manhasset and Wantagh captured Nassau football championships, all 53 programs in the county started preparing for a new season Aug. 23. more
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