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Things are finally looking up for the Hewlett girls’ lacrosse program. One year after a dismal three-win season, the Lady Bulldogs, under first-year coach Jackie Hughes, won nine games and defeated a strong Carey team in the first round of the Nassau B playoffs. more
Hewlett didn’t exactly enter the Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse playoffs projecting a positive vibe, having lost its last three regular-season games and averaging only 3.5 goals over the last four. more
Unified basketball has come to Hewlett High School, as the team debuted at Lawrence High School on May 1. more
First-year Lawrence baseball coach Tommy Beirne has been impressed by the level of play in the Nassau’s Countywide Conference and believes the Golden Tornadoes can have a big say in the final standings. more
There is a lot happening in the new season for the Long Island Ducks. more
With a revved-up offense cranking out gaudy production all spring – best exemplified by a conference-leading 13 runs per game average – and currently on an 8-2 joyride, the Lawrence softball team, coming off its first winning season this decade, is tracking toward proving that last year’s nine-win campaign was no fluke. more
When the Hewlett baseball team lost a lead in the top of the seventh inning April 18, to find itself trailing Conference A3 rival Glen Cove by a run in the bottom of the frame, Bulldogs coach Andy DeBernardo witnessed his club’s character crystalize in the high-leverage moment. more
Opening day for the Hewlett Lawrence Soccer Club began at Woodmere Middle School on March 31 with several games and a presentation of a signed HLSC Blues jersey to team sponsor Gavin Silver of Professional Physical Therapy and Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association President David Friedman presenting proclamations from State Sen. Todd Kaminsky to HLSC President Sabino Vardaro and the club. more
Equality Gater gained her teammates respect, not because she was a girl participating in what is considered more of a boys sport, but for the hard work she put into improving at wrestling. more
Nine boys at the Kulanu Academy have gained a better sense of belonging just by being part of a basketball team at the Cedarhurst school for those with special needs. more
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