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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
The sigh of relief came early in the season. Fielding a fledgling lineup after graduation claimed four top starters, the Clarke boys’ volleyball team – also newly depleted of height, its tallest two players now a pair of six-footers – was anything but a sure bet this fall in its new home, Conference B-3. more
The Long Island Ducks defeated the Sugar Land Skeeters 8-4 on Sunday night at Constellation Field in the decisive Game Five of the Atlantic League Championship Series. more
enied a trip to the Nassau Conference IV football semifinals at Hofstra last fall, courtesy of a first-round playoff upset loss to West Hempstead, it’s still a fresh wound that resonates at Clarke. more
Among the 120 pro basketball hopefuls who took part in the open tryouts for the Long Island Nets G-League team at LIU Post last Saturday was Michael Lugo. more
Two is better than one for Stephanie Sparkowski, the goalkeeper and captain of the East Meadow High School girls’ varsity soccer team. Sparkowski, a 17-year-old senior, has widened her athletic … more
Holding a 12-point lead late in the fourth quarter at East Meadow last Saturday and faced with a fourth-and-1 from its own 22, MacArthur head coach Bobby Fehrenbach didn’t think twice about leaving his offense on the field. more
When training camp started, East Meadow girls’ soccer coach Adam Hananel wasn’t sure if the Lady Jets could maintain their high level of play after losing five key starters, including most of the back line, from last year’s 12-win team that went on to claim a share of the Nassau Class AA title. more
It’s taken three seasons to set the stage for a coming-of-age moment. Coinciding with the tenure of coach Brian Horrmann, the East Meadow boys’ soccer team has steadily trended upward over its past three campaigns. more
An influx of talented and experienced transfers will look to help Molloy’s men’s soccer program get back on a successful path following a rough 2018 that produced just two wins in 17 games. more
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