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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
After a magical run to the Nassau Class A girls’ basketball semifinals last winter, Kennedy had to quickly shift gears on its goals for an encore after the county decided an abbreviated season … more
Ryan Friedman, of Merrick, said hockey has always been his passion, and his pursuit for competing in the major leagues has persisted despite current circumstances. When the Covid-19 pandemic iced out … more
Wellington C. Mepham High School senior Samantha Green, of North Bellmore, was recognized by the American Association of Volleyball Professionals as its “Athlete of the Week.” Green is a … more
The Bellmore-Merrick girls varsity bowling team won the Nassau County championships on Feb. 21. The team went undefeated in conference play and held the top average countywide heading into the … more
A condensed season without playoffs hasn’t been a topic of conversation among the members of Mepham High School’s boys’ basketball team, which opened Feb. 10 with a 60-51 victory … more
After a long spring and summer under lockdown, a group of seventh-grade boys from Merrick Avenue Middle School joined Levittown-Seaford-Wantagh Sports’ flag football league to stay active … more
After helping lead Wellington C. Mepham High School’s girls’ soccer team to an appearance in the Nassau County Class A championship game as a junior in 2019, Briana Sayoc’s only … 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
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
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