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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
Soon after receiving the unexpected news New York State approved high-risk sports, including wrestling, to begin Feb. 1, Nassau County wrestling coaches sprung into action and devised a plan to align … more
After overcoming some external and internal obstacles that didn’t seem possible a few weeks ago, Lawrence will participate in the Nassau County high school basketball season starting this … more
With a combination of virtual and in-person meets, Hewlett’s gymnastics team is thrilled to be competing during these unprecedented times and features a mix of veterans and some newcomers. more
After guidance came from the Nassau County  Department of Health on how high-risk sports should be conducted, it appears that the Lawrence School District will have a winter sports season, however the boys basketball tryouts scheduled for Monday ae postponed because of the snowstorm. 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
With the lifting of the state’s prohibition against high-risk sports such as basketball and wrestling, the possibility of Lawrence schools reinstating winter sports could become a reality. 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
Most of the activities and the normal way of life we were familiar with before the coronavirus pandemic have disappeared or retreated to the virtual world of Zoom and other web-based platforms. more
Hewlett High School is one of few in Nassau with teams in five sports permitted to start. Director of Physical Education, Health, & Athletics David Viegas said no spectators will be allowed at home events, but the district is in the process of trying to develop a livestream platform. more
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