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In a lot of ways, the Long Beach girls’ soccer team’s season mirrored that of their boy counterparts. Both started off strong, struggled down the stretch, made the playoffs and had a thrilling shootout win over a favored opponent after getting there. more
Anybody who watched the Long Beach boys’ soccer team play down the stretch of the regular season wouldn’t have given them much of a chance in the postseason. The Marines didn’t … more
Long Beach was unable to take advantage of playing a man up for nearly 45 minutes of its Nassau Conference A1 boys’ soccer regular-season finale and fell to visiting Mepham, 2-0, as the Pirates (8-0-4) upped their unbeaten streak to 12 games and created a deadlock with MacArthur atop the standings. more
Less than 24 hours before it was supposed to play its fifth Nassau Conference II football game, Long Beach received word from Roslyn it would need to forfeit last Saturday’s matchup due to Covid issues. more
With only two returning starters from a roller-coaster .500 spring, Long Beach girls’ volleyball is holding its own against some of the best competition Nassau County has to offer but needs to find a way to deliver under pressure to make noise in the Class A playoffs. more
The Long Beach boys’ volleyball team entered the season with lofty expectations following a highly successful campaign in the spring. more
This fall is “revenge season” for the Long Beach girls’ soccer team. Months after being knocked out of last spring’s playoffs in heartbreaking fashion, the Marines are on a mission to make this season one that ends with a new banner hanging in the school gymnasium. more
Long Beach coach Leo Palacio is looking for the Marines to pick up where they left off last spring when they peaked down the stretch and reached the second round of the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer playoffs. more
The Hofstra men's soccer team will look to get over the hump this fall of achieving its NCAA Tournament aspirations following three years of near misses. more
A veteran-laden Hofstra women's soccer team is fueled for a return to the NCAA Tournament this fall after its abridged spring season ended in heartbreak. more
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