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The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team dropped its first game of the season, but since that 72-60 loss to Occidental College in California on Nov. 9, the Maccabees have reeled off 25 consecutive wins. more
A season removed from losing 18 players, a more veteran Hofstra men’s lacrosse team is fueled for a turnaround. more
A prolific performance in field events propelled Hewlett winter track and field to its sixth straight conference title and its second County B title in three years. more
A cursory glance at the stats seems to tell the entire story. Five-foot-8 freshman point guard Riley Weiss, standing head and shoulders over all Nassau scorers, lifted Hewlett’s girls’ basketball team to its first postseason in seven years, and its first playoff win in a decade. more
Making its 14th playoff appearance in the last 15 seasons, Hewlett exploded for 50 points over the second and third quarters on the way to defeating visiting North Shore, 77-61, in a Nassau Class A boys’ basketball outbracket game Thursday night. more
Most scholastic sports enthusiasts recognize wrestling to be among the most challenging and grueling of all high school athletic competitions. Grapplers who properly prepare, mentally and physically, for the rigors of a wrestling season go through living hell in an effort to be standing upon a podium at the end of the season. more
A little more than three weeks after yielding more than 90 points at Wantagh in a blowout loss, Lawrence held the Warriors under 50 in their Nassau Conference A-IV boys’ basketball rematch on Jan. 30. more
Defending champion Reilly Opelka and 2018 champ Kevin Anderson headline a stacked field of singles players committed to compete in this year’s New York Open men’s tennis tournament, which takes place Feb. 9-16 on the unique black courts at NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. more
If the three-time defending state champion Lawrence Woodmere Academy Tigers needed a few games to adapt to the loss of four starters last year to graduation, they sure didn’t show it early on by opening their season with a whopping eleven straight victories. more
Since dropping its first two games against Conference A3 rivals, there’s been no stopping South Side. The Cyclones captured their host tournament to close December and have found another gear since calendar flipped to January. more
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