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In Valley Stream South High’s convincing 75-45 victory over visiting Kennedy in the opening round of the Nassau Class A playoffs last Saturday afternoon, senior Aaron Davis scored 10 points, dished out 10 assists, and added five steals, and senior Corey Powell scored a game-high 28 points to lead the way. more
The New York National Lacrosse League (NLL) team announced its name will be the New York Riptide. The New York franchise was awarded to live events and sports media entertainment company GF Sports in December 2018. more
Make your predictions for the Nassau County Class A boys' basketball tournament for a chance to win $500! more
Valley Stream South’s basketball season played out as a saga – starting with the Lady Falcons plunged into crisis, scrabbling for weeks to rise out of the depths, and ending on a cliffhanger promising hope, with new heroes coming to the fore. 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 its playoff chances changing by the day, Valley Stream Central boys’ basketball made its toughest bus trip of the season Jan. 31 and found a way to avenge an earlier defeat to Great Neck South, taking a 53-45 victory. more
Freshly on the mend from a rough case of the injury bug, Valley Stream North turned around a five-game skid with a much-needed 57-46 win over North Shore last Friday in a Nassau Conference A-IV boys’ basketball game. more
An overflow crowd mirroring those of the 1980s packed Lynbrook High School last Friday night and was treated to a thriller between two of Nassau County’s leading contenders for the Class A boys’ basketball 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
Considering how the Nassau Conference IV boys’ basketball standings took shape early, and with two games remaining against each of the two frontrunners, Lawrence’s margin for error was already low as the calendar flipped to 2019. more
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