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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
Despite losing eight seniors from a team that went 13-1 and captured the Nassau Conference II-B championship in 2018, the Lynbrook girls’ tennis team is a win away from clinching at least a share of another league title. more
Oceanside moved one step closer to securing at least a share of the Nassau Conference II-B girls’ tennis crown last Friday with a 4-3 victory at Kennedy. more
A year after scuffling to a 1-8-1 conference record, Carey has qualified for the Nassau boys’ soccer playoffs with two games to spare. more
The MacArthur boys’ soccer team enters the home stretch of the season with a league title in sight. The Generals are unbeaten through 12 matches and near the top of the Conference A1 standings. more
Mepham boys’ soccer knew it would have a lot of shoes – or rather, cleats – to fill if it wanted to defend the Nassau County Class A championship after losing 10 starters to graduation last spring. more
Though its record may not reflect it, the Lawrence girls’ soccer team has showed noticeable signs of improvement in 2019 and, with an infusion of young talent, is setting itself up for a bright future. more
After a multitude of down years on the soccer pitch, things are starting to look up for the Clarke girls. A young, talented group appears set to return a program, that once captured a state championship, back to prominence. more
Despite committing five turnovers and failing to make key defensive stops in the first half, Valley Stream Central was alive until the final play of last Saturday’s Nassau Conference II game against Manhasset — a desperation heave towards the end zone — fell incomplete. more
There was no shortage of excitement on the football field at Malverne’s Homecoming last Saturday afternoon as the Mules and Island Trees combined for nearly 100 points in a high-octane Nassau Conference IV matchup. more
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