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Freeport battled a rash of injuries last season to stay in the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer playoff hunt down the stretch. more
The Freeport boys’ soccer team began planting the seeds toward its quest for a deep fall playoff run during the hot days of summer under first-year coach Craig Klasson. 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
On the heels of reaching the doorstep of the NCAA Tournament, Hofstra men’s soccer is geared up for a new journey to try and reach the sport’s big stage. more
After repeating as conference champions last year, Hofstra is aiming to make history this fall as the first Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer program to achieve a three-peat. more
Nassau Community College’s football program produced a strong finish in 2018 under then-second-year head coach Jamel Ramsay, who guided the Lions to eight wins in 11 games capped by a dominant 46-6 victory over Northland Community Tech in the Red Grange Bowl. more
On Aug. 19, all Nassau County public high school varsity football programs will begin preparations for the upcoming season, scheduled to open Friday, Sept. 13 with 10 games under the lights. more
The ultra-popular girls’ basketball summer league at Freeport has served as a tremendous outlet for high school athletes for more than two decades and continues to do so. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA G League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will host two local player tryouts this September, with local basketball hopefuls competing for the chance to earn an invitation to the team’s training camp in October. more
Brendan Phelan was asked what he knew about John Starks, and the 15-year-old rattled off the former Knicks star’s bio as if he were old enough to have seen Starks soar over NBA Hall of Famer … more
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