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Effective today, Friday, May 29, tennis courts at all five buildings in the Bellmore-Merrick High School District became available to the public as part of Nassau County’s “Phase 1” reopening, Director of Athletics Eric Caballero announced in a letter to parents. more
After training with Academy Volleyball Club for the past year, Calhoun High School freshmen Ella Maldonado and Julia Lawrence qualified for the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships. more
Celebrating victories at Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar’s Bellmore location has been a longstanding tradition for the Kennedy High School baseball program, and even though the spring sports season was cancelled, the 2020 Cougars were recognized by their go-to restaurant. more
It’s been quite a ride for Gary Contessa. After 35 years as a thoroughbred racehorse trainer, Contessa, who grew up in Merrick, decided it was time — not to retire, but to close one chapter of his career. more
Less than a month after Gov. Andrew Cuomo allowed golf courses in New York state to reopen under social-distance guidelines amid Covid-19, outdoor tennis facilities will return to action starting Friday. more
In Bellmore-Merrick, spring sports have been canceled, but many coaches are still keeping up with their players virtually to ensure they continue training and are well, both physically and mentally. more
If 2020 had any normalcy to it, Calhoun High School pitcher Lindsay Roman would be nearing the home stretch of her sixth varsity softball season. more
Former Mepham High School All-State quarterback Tyler Davis is headed to the National Football League after being selected by Jacksonville in the 6th round of the draft. more
Ranked as high as No. 125 in the world of professional men’s tennis, Merrick native Noah Rubin finds himself in even more elite company when it comes to making an impression off the court. more
Gyms, bowling centers and movie theatres remain closed, but the topic of golf being a safer form of entertainment and exercise during the coronavirus pandemic has bounced around in recent weeks. more
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