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Calhoun girls’ winter track and field won its third straight Conference 2 title, and to do so, it required a true team effort: across 17 events, it earned points in 16 of them, with 20 different girls directly contributing. In total, the Lady Colts finished the meet with 130 points, more than 15 points better than second-place East Meadow. more
Calhoun boys’ basketball began the second half of conference play on a roll, sweeping all three games they played last week to clinch a playoff spot and move into a tie for second place in Conference A1. more
Defending champion Reilly Opelka and 2018 champ Kevin Anderson headline a stacked field of singles players committed to compete in this year’s New York Open men’s tennis tournament, which takes place Feb. 9-16 on the unique black courts at NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. more
Long Beach missed 22 free throws last Saturday afternoon, including 10 in a row during crunch time, and lost starting point guard Jasmine Soriano to a scary injury but still managed to win its Conference A1 girls’ basketball matchup at Mepham, 41-39, in overtime, on of all things a pair of trips to the foul line by junior Lainie Kassap. more
In a battle of crosstown rivals, visiting Mepham stood firm to hold off a furious Calhoun comeback to secure a three-point victory in a game that came down to the final moments. more
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
Defending Nassau and Long Island Class A girls’ basketball champion Sewanhaka and upstart Kennedy were seemingly headed in opposite directions when they met for an early Conference A-II showdown on Jan. 8. 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
Fresh off a solid campaign that saw two of its wrestlers earn county championships, Mepham, one of the county’s most-storied programs, is off to a great start in 2019-20. 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
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