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Most of the activities and the normal way of life we were familiar with before the coronavirus pandemic have disappeared or retreated to the virtual world of Zoom and other web-based platforms. more
Hewlett High School is one of few in Nassau with teams in five sports permitted to start. Director of Physical Education, Health, & Athletics David Viegas said no spectators will be allowed at home events, but the district is in the process of trying to develop a livestream platform. more
Nassau County high school football, slated to begin practice March 1 of 2021, announced it will play six regular-season games, down from the standard eight, and also eliminate scrimmages and one round of playoffs. more
At Monday’s Lawrence Board of Education meeting, the trustees officially approved starting up six student clubs, and six adviser positions. The clubs had been approved by the Lawrence School … more
Roughly 40 Lawrence High School students gathered by the pavilion in Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park on Dec. 11 to protest the school district’s cancelation of fall sports and the running of winter track, along with not having virtual clubs. more
Molloy College women’s basketball enjoyed one of the best seasons in program history in 2019-2020, going 22-9 overall and reaching the East Coast Conference title game. more
The Lawrence School District will not take part in in the only "low risk" winter sport  it runs which is track, and the fall and spring sports seasons are still to be determined, according to Superintendent Dr. Ann Pedersen (see Breakout Box). more
Despite losing its all-time leading scorer, Molloy College’s men’s basketball program is aiming to rebound from a 12-17 season, including a 7-9 mark against East Coast Conference foes. more
While the coronavirus pandemic has curtailed youth sports across the country, the Hewlett Lawrence Soccer Club managed to overcome the challenges the spreading virus presented and complete its fall … more
Last season was a difficult one for Hofstra’s women’s basketball program in terms of wins and losses, but there’s plenty of reasons for second-year head coach Danielle Santos Atkinson to be optimistic about the future. more
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