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Babylon and Roosevelt are Class IV royalty, as each has won four Long Island championships.
They will be meeting in the title game for the fourth time on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at Stony Brook’s LaValle Stadium in the last public school game of the 2012 season, a season that was extended a week because of superstorm Sandy.
In their prior LIC matchups, Babylon survived, 18-12, in overtime...Read more »
The Long Island Championship game is familiar territory for Garden City. The Trojans are playing in the event for the 13th since it began in 1992.
Coach Tom Flatley’s team is 4-8 in the big game, but never an easy out.
Riverhead has been here twice before, losing to Garden City, 20-0, in 2003, and rolling to the title, 42-6, over Elmont in 2008, behind Hansen Trophy-winning running back...Read more »
Field hockey season continues for Keeling Pilaro. Two weeks after helping lead Southampton to the state Class C final, the 14-year-old is facing international competition as a member of Team USA's Under-17 men's squad.
Pilaro was invited to join the team after performing in clinics and showcase tournaments last summer.
The U-17 team is hosting Canada for a three-game series in Moorpark,...Read more »
Thursday night’s Class I Long Island Championship football game between Floyd and Farmingdale will be shown live on msgvarsity.com
Farmingdale is 10-1 and Floyd is 9-2.
The game will be shown on tape Friday at 10 p.m. on MSG Varsity, Channel 14....Read more »
There are officially eight new football county champions after last week. That can only mean one thing: the LICs (and the CHSFL finals) are just around the corner.
As we have done all postseason long, we asked you to vote on each game from last week. Now that each game ins in the record book, here’s how you voted.
Drumroll, please: GAME HIGHER SEED VOTES LOWER SEED VOTES ACTUAL RESULT...Read more »
That's Sayville soccer standout Melanie Drinkwater during Friday night's Exceptional Seniors exhibition match at Bethpage. Melanie had taken a break to, yes, drink water. Now, as a reporter (and someone with a fourth-grader's sense of humor), I would've been remiss to just let that pass. This is the kind of groundbreaking news the community relies on! Melanie was nice enough to...Read more »
Michaela Lynch and Christina Klaum scored as South Side beat Jamesville-Dewitt, 2-0, capturing its second consecutive state Class A girls soccer title and 17th overall on Sunday.
But as the Cyclones celebrated, the Jamesville-Dewitt girls’ spirits remained high and players assured each other there was no reason to be upset with second place. In fact, senior Jessica Holmes reminded teammates...Read more »
HBO's documentary series "Real Sports" will air a special episode Tuesday at 10 p.m. on the effects of concussions on youth football players.
A group of researchers at Purdue University studied youth football players over the course of a season and saw that brain function steadily decreased as a player accrued more and more hits.
The NFL has recently taken an increased...Read more »
All postseason long, we've asked you to pick who you think will advance in each high school football playoff game.
Now that we know for sure which teams will live to see another week, here's how you fared in picking last week's slate of games. Below are the results after Monday afternoon, with how the voting shook out as well as the final score of each game.
Some quick hits from...Read more »
Brentwood is trying to go 23-0 and win a state Class AA title for the second time in three seasons, but so far it's not going well.
Brentwood trails 2-0 at the half. The Indians came in having allowed one goal in the last 12 games.
Jeff Greblick scored off a pass from David Verdis with 5:30 left in the first half. Greblick then hit the post and Verdis scored on the rebound 40 seconds...Read more »