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In this player profile, we bring you Garden City goalie Taylor Carpentier. In her first year as a starter, the junior has proved more than capable with 116 saves, helping her team to a 15-1 record.
Carpentier has successfully succeeded some stellar lacrosse predecessors at her position. Kelly Weis held the position for four years and was a two-time All-American, and she was followed last year...Read more »
The Garden City Maroon girls golf team completed yet another undefeated season last week, finishing 10-0 in Conference II for its 11th straight conference championship. The team has won 106 straight conference matches with its last loss coming in 2003. After losing three of his top golfers to graduation, coach Reid Sclafani wasn’t sure how this year’s team would fare. The girls exceeded his expectations,...Read more »
Ward Melville hasn’t scored less than 14 goals in a game yet this season, and that’s a fact Garden City coach Steve Finnell knows all too well heading into Saturday’s matchup.
“You look at this on paper, and they’re better than us,” said Finnell.
Ward Melville’s Jack Bruckner, Danny Bucaro and Christian Mazzone each have scored more than 20 goals with 10 assists so far this season. Garden...Read more »
As it turns out, Garden City is still… Garden City.
Junior Haley O’Hanlon scored a career-high four goals, including the winner in overtime, as Garden City edged rival Manhasset, 10-9, on Thursday in Conference I girls lacrosse.
O’Hanlon’s goal with 14 seconds left in the first overtime gave the Trojans a 10-8 lead before Manhasset’s Natalie Stefan scored with 1:43 remaining in the second...Read more »
Throughout her high school track career, Garden City’s Emma Gallagher has distinguished herself as one of the top 600 meter runners on Long Island. On Saturday, she’ll have the chance to run against the pros.
The sophomore has been invited to run in the Howard Schmertz women’s 600 at the Millrose Games on Saturday at The Armory in Manhattan, according to coach Erica Fregosi.
The field...Read more »
Garden City will retire the first number in school history and the honor goes to basketball player Bethany LeSueur. She is Long Island's all-time leading scorer with 3,167 points and ranks No. 2 all-time in the state.
The ceremony to honor LeSueur and retire her No. 23 will take place on Saturday January 26 as Garden City hosts Roslyn at 5 p.m.
LeSueur was named Miss New York Basketball...Read more »
Maddy Molinari, Victoria Piscopo and Katie Trombetta were named to the field hockey All-Region team, the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced on Tuesday.
Molinari, a Manhasset forward, was Long Island's second leading scorer with 30 points, and her 18 assists were the most. The senior helped lead the Indians to the Nassau Class B championship. Molinari was an All-State and Newsday...Read more »
The high school football season might be in the record books, but it's not officially over until we reveal how you voted in our "Pick the LICs and CHSFL championships" gallery.
So without further ado, here are the final results (for the purposes of this chart, "Team 1" refers to the first team listed under the "Game" column, while "Team 2"...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 »