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Galasso out for season at 'Cuse

Nicky Galasso was the nation's No. 1-ranked high

(Credit: Joe Rogate, 2010)

The other foot dropped for poor Nicky Galasso.

A Syracuse University spokesman confirmed to Newsday that Galasso suffered a season-ending “lower-body” injury. However, according to Inside Lacrosse, the former West Islip star and all-time leading scorer in Long Island history, who had transferred from North Carolina to Syracuse, broke his right foot and the injury requires immediate surgery.

Galasso,...

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Suffolk Top 10 girls hoops rankings

St. Anthony's guard Rebecca Musgrove sets up a

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1. St. Anthony’s (10-4)

2. Harborfields (13-1)

3. Sachem East (10-2)

4. St. John the Baptist (8-8)

5. Whitman (12-2)

6. Southampton (11-3)

7. North Babylon (12-1)

8. Northport (11-2)

9. Commack (11-2)

10. Glenn (13-1)...

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Nassau Top 10 girls hoops rankings

Long Island Lutheran's Boogie Brozoski directs the offense

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1. Long Island Lutheran (12-3)

2. St. Mary's (11-3)

3. Massapequa (11-0)

4. North Shore (12-1)

5. MacArthur (10-2)

6. Baldwin (7-3)

7. Farmingdale (11-2)

8. Uniondale (10-3)

9. Kellenberg (6-5)

10. Mepham (10-2)...

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Long Island Top 10 girls hoops rankings

Long Island Lutheran's Boogie Brozoski dribbles upcourt in

(Credit: James Escher)

1. Long Island Lutheran (12-3): After a three-game losing streak against good teams, the Crusaders have come on strong with a win over St. Mary's and started last week with a 53-48 win over Bishop Ford, one of the top teams in the city. Then the Crusaders beat St. John the Baptist, 56-35. Sophomore Boogie Brozoski scored 20 points, including the 1,000th of her career in her third season on varsity....

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Suffolk all-stars top Hudson Valley

Connetquot-Sayville and Smithtown-Hauppauge are usually rivals on the ice, but Monday some of their best players joined forces to help lead the Suffolk all-stars over the Hudson Valley all-stars in a come-from-behind 3-1 victory in Newburgh.

With the game tied at one early in the third period, Connetquot-Sayville’s P.J. Dimartino scored off assists from Smithtown-Hauppauge’s Daniel Nelson...

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Long Island Lutheran gets big win

Long Island Lutheran's Boogie Brozoski, right, looks to

(Credit: James Escher)

After opening the season with six consecutive wins, the Long Island Lutheran girls basketball team went through a mini slump with three consecutive losses. The Crusaders are back on track.

Long Island Lutheran pulled off a huge win over Bishop Ford, one of the top teams in the city, 53-48, in the Rose Classic Super Jam at Bishop Ford Monday night.

Boogie Brozoski scored 20 points and...

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Nassau Top 10 girls hoops rankings

St. Mary's guard Mei-Lyn Bautista, right, looks to

(Credit: James Escher)

1. St. Mary's (10-3) 2. Long Island Lutheran (9-3) 3. Massapequa (10-0) 4. North Shore (11-1) 5. MacArthur (9-2) 6. Baldwin (6-3) 7. Mepham (10-0) 8. Uniondale (10-2) 9. Farmingdale (10-2) 10. Kellenberg (6-5)...

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Long Island Top 10 girls hoops rankings

St. Mary's guard Mei-Lyn Bautista (3) lays the

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1.      St. Mary's (10-3): McKayla Hernandez scored 13 and Charlotte Renker had 11 points and four rebounds in a 56-40 win over New Mission in the Rose Classic Super Jam at Bishop Ford. Jordan Augustus scored 11 points in a 53-31 win over Sacred Heart 2. St. Anthony's (10-4): Taylor Good had 13 points and five assists and freshman Alyssa Torres added 10 points in a 59-35...

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Suffolk Top 10 girls hoops rankings

Commack's Samantha Lane, right, drives hard to the

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St. Anthony’s (10-4) St. John the Baptist (8-7) Harborfields (11-1) Commack (10-1) Sachem East (8-2) Whitman (10-2) North Babylon (10-1) Northport (10-2) Southampton (10-3) Glenn (11-1)...

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L.I. teams hit the Big Apple

Half Hollow Hills West's Terry Harris drives the

(Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

Half Hollow Hills West and Long Island Lutheran are among the 15 schools competing in the 2013 Big Apple Basketball High School Invitation this weekend at Baruch College in Manhattan.

Hills West, led by Marcus Solomon, Terry Harris and Jamir Blackman, will face Bayside (Queens) on Saturday at noon. Lutheran, led by  Connecticut-bound center Kentan Facey and sophomore point guard Chris...

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