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It was eight months ago when Valley Stream North boys earned their fifth consecutive spring track and field title, but with a slight addendum – they shared the crown with North Shore after the two schools tied in the county championship meet. more
Senior Jazier Whitely’s short jumper with 33 seconds remaining produced the 11th and final lead change as Sewanhaka put the finishing touches on the Nassau Conference A-II boys’ basketball title with a hard-fought 55-52 victory at Hewlett on Feb. 7. more
Hofstra University to host Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships on March 3-4. more
Since falling in last year’s Nassau Class A semifinals, the Sewanhaka girls’ basketball team has had its sights set on a return trip to the Final Four with hopes of taking things a step further. more
A handful of top 25-ranked players as well as exhibition matches featuring men’s tennis legend John McEnroe and 2017 women’s U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens highlight the New York Open ATP World Tour debut tournament set for Feb. 11-18 at NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Coliseum. more
For defending Long Island champion Elmont, the 2017-18 girls’ basketball season has been a continuation of what has been a brilliant run. The team has lost just five games over the past four seasons and appears set to make another deep run in the Class A playoffs. more
NYCB LIVE, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum will be offering a new, limited time “Kids Go Free” program to offer affordable family-friendly entertainment opportunities to Long Islanders. more
When the 2017-2018 boys’ basketball season got underway, most expected Sewanhaka and Hewlett to be among the teams vying for the Nassau Conference A-II title. Last Saturday afternoon’s matchup, the first of two meetings between the teams, confirmed just that. more
Back at the scene where Lynbrook’s breakthrough 2016-17 campaign ended in the Nassau Class A boys’ basketball quarterfinals, marking its fourth straight defeat on Valley Stream North’s court, the Owls continued to prove last season was no fluke with a 67-62 victory over the Spartans on Jan. 10. more
When the 2017-2018 basketball season tipped off, expectations were sky high at Sewanhaka. The Lady Indians were coming off a 19-3 season and a trip to the Nassau Class A Final Four, and with much of the nucleus of the team intact, they were hungry for more. more
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