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For a moment the Long Beach girls’ soccer team looked invulnerable. A talent infusion this summer had given the Lady Marines new options, new swagger, and a whole new approach to the game. 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
As the Nassau boys’ soccer regular season winds down, three teams in Conference A1 (Garden City, New Hyde Park and MacArthur) remain undefeated, defending county Class A Mepham has one loss, and a host of others are fighting for their playoff lives. 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
A year removed from an historic season that saw the Long Beach girls finish with a perfect 21-0 record while capturing the program’s first state championship, the Lady Marines are having mixed results on the volleyball court in 2019. 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
With four returning starters and some talented juniors new to the rotation, Long Beach is looking to challenge perennial Nassau Class B powerhouse Kennedy as well as a long list of other contenders for the county championship a year after reaching the Class A semifinals. more
Seizing an opportunity afforded by a windfall of young talent, the Long Beach girls’ soccer team has switched gears to go on the attack. more
After making program history with back-to-back appearances in the Nassau Class AA boys’ soccer semifinals, Long Beach won’t have a chance to repeat the accomplishment this fall. That’s because the Marines are now navigating the waters in Class A due to enrollment figures. 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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