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The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team dropped its first game of the season, but since that 72-60 loss to Occidental College in California on Nov. 9, the Maccabees have reeled off 25 consecutive wins. more
The Locust Valley girls’ basketball team finished its regular season a perfect 19-0 overall and cruised to the Nassau Conference A5 title. That record was good enough to earn the Lady Falcons the two-seed in the Class A playoffs. more
A season removed from losing 18 players, a more veteran Hofstra men’s lacrosse team is fueled for a turnaround. more
A prolific performance in field events propelled Hewlett winter track and field to its sixth straight conference title and its second County B title in three years. more
A cursory glance at the stats seems to tell the entire story. Five-foot-8 freshman point guard Riley Weiss, standing head and shoulders over all Nassau scorers, lifted Hewlett’s girls’ basketball team to its first postseason in seven years, and its first playoff win in a decade. more
The Malverne boys’ basketball team has once again reached the pinnacle of Nassau Class B. DeAndre Blagrove scored a team-high 18 points and Jayden Seraphin and Michael Warren combined for eight points during a crucial fourth quarter run as the Mules captured their second Class B county title in three years with a 77-59 victory over top-seeded Academy Charter at Farmingdale State last Friday night. more
Tom Lynch’s five-year quest to become a county champion was completed in come-from-behind fashion. The Seaford senior captured the 138-pound final in the Nassau County Division II championships on Feb. 15 in his last attempt to reach the top of the podium. more
A clutch 7-for-8 performance from the foul line in the final 40 seconds lifted No. 3 South Side to a 59-54 victory over No. 11 Mepham in a back-and-forth Nassau Class A boys’ basketball quarterfinal thriller last Saturday afternoon before an overflow crowd in Rockville Centre. more
Scoring the only 12 points of the first quarter set the tone for No. 9 South Side as it became the fourth successful road team in the Nassau Class A girls’ basketball playoffs Feb. 20, prevailing over No. 8 Mepham, 52-37. more
Myles Norris’s long determination to stand at the top of the podium was on full display at the Nassau County Division I wrestling championships last Sunday. more
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