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South Side scored the first nine points at Hewlett last Saturday afternoon and led from start to finish to keep pace with the frontrunners in Nassau Conference A-3 boys’ basketball with a 62-49 … more
We could begin with the end of the 50-game winning streak, or that No. 1-ranked Yeshiva University was thoroughly outplayed in the first half of its Dec. 30 contest against No. 4 Illinois Wesleyan, or that, sooner or later, the Maccabees were going to lose — or the philosophy that it’s better to drop a game in December than in the conference playoffs and the Division III tournament. more
Hewlett is one of four Nassau County wrestling programs ranked among New York State’s Top 10 and has done nothing to show it doesn’t belong through the early going.The Bulldogs, the … more
Hofstra women's basketball made strides in Danielle Santos Atkinson's second season as head coach by nearly tripling its win total last season despite playing 10 fewer games. Santos Atkinson is … more
Speedy Claxton elevated Hofstra to new heights as a player and now he’s looking to do the same from the bench. The new Hofstra men's basketball head coach and former NBA guard took over the … more
The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School’s girls’ varsity volleyball team, the HAFTR Hawks, has started off the season strong. As of press time, the team has a record of 3-0. more
Warning The Golden Tornadoes have begun to sweep past the wrestling titans of Long Island and there is no stopping them. Lawrence High School’s wrestling team has started the season the only way they know how — with tenacity, vigor and school spirit. Since the team’s return to the mat after a year, several new wrestlers have donned the blue and gold singlet for the first time. more
You could say it is because she is 5-foot-11 that Woodmere resident Daniella Rothman plays basketball. Or it is because her mother, Hilary, played in school and continues to show her hoops chops every Tuesday night competing against contemporaries or is it the one-on-one games she plays against her father, Eric. more
It was a day game on the Sunday, Nov. 28, that was the first night of Hanukkah. The Yeshiva University Maccabees, named for the ancient Hebrew family that led to the miracle of what became the eight-day Jewish holiday, won their eighth game of the season, their 44th consecutive victory (44 candles are lit during Hanukkah), a 78-56 win over Manhattanville behind the 51-point performance by senior guard Ryan Turell. A new school record. more
A lifelong Woodmere resident who is the son and grandson of coaches and played basketball at Yeshiva University now leads his alma mater men’s team — a squad with a No. 2 ranking in … more
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