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Freeport High School Red Devils dominated the field and defeated the Baldwin Bruins 54-13 on Oct. 12 during this year’s homecoming game. The festivities kicked off with the district’s homecoming … more
Boxer Patrick Day died on Wednesday night after he was knocked out and suffered a traumatic brain injury on Oct. 12 in the 10th round of his U.S. Boxing Association super welterweight title fight … more
The Freeport girls’ soccer team is looking to finish a season full of heartbreak on an uplifting note. A 3-3 draw with Westbury where Freeport surrendered two goals in the final two minutes including the tying tally with 10 seconds left Oct. 10 put playoff hopes on ice. more
Freeport pro boxer Patrick Day, 27, was fighting for his life at press time after he was knocked out and suffered a traumatic brain injury last Saturday in the 10th round of his U.S. Boxing Association super welterweight title fight against Charles Conwell at Wintrust Arena in Chicago. more
Coming off an undefeated season, defending Rutgers Cup champion Freeport has been nothing short of dominant through the first half of 2019 with four lopsided victories. 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
Two teams suddenly heading in opposite directions continued their respective paths last Friday afternoon when visiting Freeport scored twice early in the second half and beat Baldwin, 2-0, in a Nassau Conference AA boys’ soccer match. 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
Coming off a perfect 12-0 season, Freeport’s picked up where it left off. The defending Long Island Class I champion Red Devils ran over a solid Massapequa squad last Friday afternoon before a jam-packed home crowd, 49-13, to stretch their winning streak to 14 games. more
Freeport battled a rash of injuries last season to stay in the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoff hunt down the stretch. more
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