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The country’s largest tennis expo returns to Long Island this winter, as the 2020 New York Tennis Expo arrives at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, Feb. 9. more
At the onset of the 2019-20 basketball season, there were a lot of unknowns for the Freeport girls. The Red Devils were coming off a highly-successful season that saw them finish 16-5 and advance to the Class AA final four, but they had lost their backcourt to graduation. more
As Dennis Papadatos dives into his sixth season as Hofstra’s wrestling coach, he sees signs of progress with the program he hit the mats for 20 years ago. more
Freeport wrestling took a big step last year with an individual county champion and two others reaching the podium. more
The votes were tallied. Not once, but twice. That’s how tight the difference was between undefeated 12-0 Long Island champions Freeport and Plainedge in the running for the Rutgers Cup. In the closest vote in the trophy’s 83-year history, Plainedge nipped Freeport to win its first-ever Rutgers Cup at the Nassau County Football Coaches Association banquet on Dec. 11 at Crest Hollow Country Club. more
By winning six of its first nine, with most of the victories coming against returning NCAA tournament participants, Molloy College brought plenty of confidence into the East Coast Conference women’s basketball opener and it showed. more
Last season was a special one for Molloy College’s men’s basketball program. The Lions, who struggled to a 9-21 mark in the 2017-18 campaign, enjoyed a major turnaround capped by their first-ever East Coast Conference Tournament title. more
Professional box lacrosse will return to Long Island on Dec. 28 when the New York Riptide, one of two expansion teams to join the National Lacrosse League this season, make their home debut against the Saskatchewan Rush at the Nassau Coliseum. more
Trailing at halftime for the first time in two years and with dual-threat senior quarterback Terrance Edmond severely hobbled by an ankle injury, Freeport didn’t push the panic button in last Friday’s Long Island Class I football championship game. more
When watching Freeport on the football field, it’s natural to become enamored of the speed and agility of the players who make its offense one of the most potent on Long Island. But it’s a huge … more
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