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Coming off an uber-successful season with some if it’s pieces still intact, the North Shore girls’ soccer team is staring at three final league games on its 2018 schedule. more
After graduating a number of key players from its 2017 roster, the Glen Cove girls’ tennis team has seen some struggles while playing stiff competition. more
Freeport heads into the home stretch of a roller-coaster boys’ soccer season still positioned for some late fall magic. After sprinting out to a 3-0 start, the Red Devils went the next four matches without a win. more
As if a daunting schedule wasn’t going to be challenging enough, Long Beach boys’ volleyball has yet to put its ideal lineup on the court and may not do so until playoff time. more
Thanks to a trio of strong singles players and solid depth in the doubles’ pairings, the Lynbrook girls’ tennis team is on the cusp of clinching its second conference championship in three seasons. more
After capturing a pair of boys’ volleyball conference titles over a three-year period, Hewlett underwent a season where it failed to win a single match in 2017. As a result, the Bulldogs were dropped down a conference. more
In wake of an unbeaten 2017 regular season that ended in playoff heartbreak, MacArthur girls’ soccer is focused on a deeper run this fall. MacArthur returned 10 of 11 starters off last year’s team that got off to a 12-0-3 start before falling to South Side 2-1 in the Class A quarterfinals. more
Wins were few and far between on the volleyball court at Carey in 2017, and, as a result, the Lady Seahawks find themselves playing one level down in a league said to be better suited for their current level. more
South Side showed some mental fortitude after a couple of tough losses last week, rebounding with a 5-2 victory over Kennedy on Oct. 4 to take hold of the second — and last — playoff spot in Nassau Conference 2B girls’ tennis. more
In a game defined by numerous big plays by Mepham’s stout defense, it was cornerback James Murray made the biggest one of all when he swatted away a potential game-tying pass from Calhoun quarterback Nicholas Turrini in the corner of the end zone as time expired, sealing a 14-7 road victory for the Pirates against their crosstown and Conference II rival. more
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