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High-risk high school sports in New York State such as basketball, football, wrestling, hockey, volleyball and competitive cheer will be permitted to proceed beginning Feb. 1 as long as county health departments approve competitive play within its jurisdiction, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday afternoon. more
South Side High School is one of few in the county with teams in all four sports that were allowed to start practice Jan. 4. In addition to bowling, gymnastics and track and field, South Side combines with Lynbrook to share a boys’ swimming and diving team, dubbed “SouthBrook.” more
South Hempstead native Camren Wynter began playing competitive basketball at the age of 9. A dozen years later, he’s a Division I 1,000-point scorer and just scratching the surface in his junior campaign at Drexel University. more
This year might be a turkey but that did not prevent three Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) clubs with a long history in the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) from hosting their Alumni Games over Thanksgiving weekend, including the Rockville Centre Soccer Club. more
Rockville Centre native Crystal Dunn, the only player to start every game in 2020 for the USA Women’s Soccer National Team and showed her two-way abilities at outside back, was one of five finalists for Female Player of the Year. more
Nassau County high school football, slated to begin practice March 1 of 2021, announced it will play six regular-season games, down from the standard eight, and also eliminate scrimmages and one round of playoffs. more
In a matter of weeks following meetings between Frank Milillo and Rockville Centre Mayor Francis X. Murray and RVC Recreation Center Acting Superintendent Karen Polito, a pickleball league became a reality. more
Molloy College women’s basketball enjoyed one of the best seasons in program history in 2019-2020, going 22-9 overall and reaching the East Coast Conference title game. more
Despite losing its all-time leading scorer, Molloy College’s men’s basketball program is aiming to rebound from a 12-17 season, including a 7-9 mark against East Coast Conference foes. more
Last season was a difficult one for Hofstra’s women’s basketball program in terms of wins and losses, but there’s plenty of reasons for second-year head coach Danielle Santos Atkinson to be optimistic about the future. more
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