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Make your predictions for the Nassau County Class A boys' basketball tournament for a chance to win $500! more
There isn’t much Kyle Mosher hasn’t accomplished on a high school wrestling mat. But there’s one thing the South Side senior is looking to get his hands on — a state championship. more
Coming off a dynamic debut, the New York Open ATP World Tour men’s tennis tournament returns to NYCB LIVE's Nassau Coliseum. more
With the help of their two captains, the South Side girls’ basketball team has rediscovered its game after a mini-slump and is poised for a deep playoff push. more
The South Side Lady Cyclones gymnastics team is wrapping up one of their best seasons in school history and head into the final week of the regular season with a strong chance of winning the conference title. more
On Saturday, Feb. 9, from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., the New York Tennis Expo returns to NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y. to kick off the 2019 New York Open. more
A Molloy College student’s production about the Lions volleyball squad’s stellar 2017 season was named a nominee for the 39th College Television Awards. more
South Side spotted host Glen Cove 14 of the first 16 points in last Saturday’s Nassau Conference A-III boys’ basketball matchup, but showed the kind of poise and resiliency head coach Jerry D’Angelo hoped. more
Ryan O’Shea, who graduated from South Side High School last June, died on Jan. 11 after he was hit by a train at Rockville Centre’s Long Island Rail Road station. He was 18. more
The South Side Lady Cyclones are having another strong season in 2018-19 by losing just two of their first 11 games while averaging just under 60 points a contest. But amazingly, head coach Dan Ferrick believes that the team has yet to peak. more
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