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With Lawrence boys’ soccer boasting Nassau County’s top two scorers, no lead appears safe against the Golden Tornadoes — not even a two-goal cushion for an opponent which had yet to be defeated. more
If you listed all of Jeff Weiss’s achievements in the 32 years he coached boys’ varsity basketball at Lawrence Woodmere Academy, it would read exactly like the resume you would expect from someone inducted into the Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame, as Weiss was on Sept. 29. more
In the blink of an eye — 21 seconds to be exact — Malverne took control of last Saturday’s Nassau Conference IV football game at Lawrence after the teams battled toe-to-toe for the first 23 minutes. more
Hewlett’s boys’ soccer team needed some semblance of momentum or positive traction going into last Friday’s match on the road against Valley Stream North. more
Far Rockaway, New York is 775 miles from Louisville, Kentucky, however on Sept. 23 in Inwood Park basketball icon Nancy Lieberman made the two places as close as Nassau County and Queens. more
Cedarhurst resident Jake Greenberg completed the Beit Halochem International 5Towns 5K in 18:31 to finish first in the Sept. 12 race at North Woodmere Park that returned live after a year hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
Hewlett showed marked improvement the second time around its condensed girls’ soccer schedule in the spring, earning considerably better results against Glen Cove (5-1 loss; 2-0 win), Great Neck South (3-0 loss; 2-2 draw) and Long Beach (6-0 loss; 1-0 loss.) more
The new Hewlett-Woodmere Little League three-team softball program got under way earlier in the month, with the Rockies playing their first game against the Cardinals a 20-13 loss on Sept. 13 at Grant Park in Hewlett, after a decade without the sport being part of the 64-year-old league. The Cards played the Brewers the day before to a 15-15 tie. more
With a minute left in the second quarter, it appeared Hewlett’s homecoming game against Valley Stream North on Saturday was on pace to be a stagnant slugfest until the final whistle. The visitors maintained a miniscule one-point lead and had possession at their own 31-yard line. Momentum shifted with one fateful play. more
The Lawrence High School Golden Tornadoes varsity football team was forced to forfeit its Sept. 18 road game vs. Friends Academy because the team, except for vaccinated members, had to quarantine due to a positive Covid-19 case, Superintendent Dr. Ann Pedersen said. more
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