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Paced by three event winners, Hewlett finished runner-up in the Nassau County Class AA girls’ track and field championships held June 9 at Mitchel Athletic Complex. more
It began in 2019, was interrupted because of the coronavirus in 2020 and returned his year with 120 participants, 86 of them in-person who took part in what was billed as the second annual Brandeis 5K Run on June 13. Another 34 took part virtually and more than $15,000 was raised. more
After a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, unified basketball returned to Hewlett High School for its second season.Unified basketball was founded in 2008 and is an inclusive sports … more
Near game time of the first Hewlett-Woodmere Little League All-Star game, the sun began to peak out from the clouds and the temperature climbed as the Minors level players tossed their first pitch around 12:30 p.m. more
Coming off the only defeat of his career, finishing fourth as the Kentucky Derby favorite, Essential Quality got redemption last Saturday when he edged past intense pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie down the stretch for a thrilling 1 1/4-length victory in the 153rd running of the Belmont Stakes. more
It’s been over a decade since the last time the Hewlett-Woodmere Little League played girls softball and this year some parents are hoping to restart the league for the fall season. more
Behind a prolific offense spearheaded by three of its four senior captains, Hewlett posted double digits in goals in seven of its first eight games against Nassau Conference III girls’ lacrosse … more
The  minor league baseball Ducks  run as one of Long Island’s most popular summer attractions was interrupted last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but this year the flock is back and aims to quack louder and stronger. more
For Lawrence native Gabriel Leifer, choosing to focus on basketball instead of playing floor hockey in seventh grade, at the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (now in Woodmere), was like winning the lottery. more
Hewlett High School senior tennis player Rachel Arbitman capped off her high school tennis career with a record-breaking victory at Eisenhower Park on April 17. Arbitman became the first female … more
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