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Every Tuesday this season, Newsday's Will Sammon picks the top five Nassau boys lacrosse performers of the week. The list below takes into account games played from March 15-25. Suggestions and frustrations are appreciated, expected and welcome. Nice things can be said, too.
1. Luke Schwasnick, Oceanside
The Syracuse-bound midfielder had four goals to spur Oceanside to a come-from-behind...Read more »
High school hockey fans, the rumors are true.
For the first time in nearly 30 years, Long Island public high school hockey will have a true No. 1 team.
On March 23, the recently crowned Suffolk champs Connetquot-Sayville will cross the county boarder westward to take on Nassau’s Michelino champs East Williston-Jericho for a Long Island championship game hosted by the Town of Oyster Bay...Read more »
The starting times for Saturday’s Class A and Class AA Long Island Championship boys basketball games at Hofstra have been confirmed by. Ed Cinelli, executive director of Section XI (Suffolk).
Section XI is serving as host for the games at the Mack Center, confirmed Monday, the following schedule: Class A: Amityville vs. Jericho, 5 p.m. ($7 admission) Class AA: Northport vs. Baldwin, 7:30...Read more »
It was a crazy Sunday in Nassau hockey.
In the one-game elimination semifinal round, No. 3 Massapequa shocked No. 2 Long Beach, 3-2, to reach the Michelino Division final, while No. 3 Oceanside upset No. 2 Levittown-Island Trees, 5-4, to advance to the Liberty Division final.
Both top seeds in Michelino and Liberty also advanced, as No. 1 East Williston-Jericho shutout No. 4 Bellmore-Merrick,...Read more »
Live here at Middletown High School once again as Jericho (19-1-1) goes for it's second consecutive Class A state championship. To do so, the Jayhawks will have to get past Section I's Port Chester (19-1-2).
Jericho had a dominating performance in the semifinals, defeating Williamsville East 4-2. But there was one area of concern: this was the first time all year that the Jayhawks have allowed...Read more »