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Hofstra baseball is seeking its first back-to-back postseason appearances this century with an almost entirely new pitching staff. more
A bunch of South Side High School’s top athletes were recognized during a Board of Education meeting on March 6. more
Hofstra softball charted a new era in February with a new leader who inherited one of the youngest rosters in the nation. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, clinched their first playoff berth in franchise history with a 129-111 victory over the Maine Red Claws last Friday night. more
A mix of top veterans and talented freshmen are poised to bring Hofstra women’s lacrosse to new heights. more
Facing his biggest roster turnover since taking over the Hofstra men’s lacrosse program 12 years ago, head coach Seth Tierney hopes his largely inexperienced team can bloom into a postseason contender by late spring. more
Kyle Mosher left no doubt in his last chance to fulfill a long quest of capturing a New York State wrestling championship. more
For the second time in three seasons, the Sewanhaka girls are headed to the Final Four. Senior Carly Bolivar scored a season-high 26 points, and Flo Hunte added 21 points, six assists, and five steals to lead the Lady Indians to a 63-50 win over visiting South Side on Feb. 20. more
Runners on South Side High School’s winter track team outlasted their competitors earlier this month to claim a county championship in the 4x800-meter relay. more
A new Nassau Class A girls’ basketball champion will be crowned March 2. That’s because title-holder Elmont, in an underdog role as the No. 12-seed this season after winning back-to-back county and Long Island championships, was knocked off Friday night by No. 5 South Side, 48-39, in a first-round playoff game. more
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