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Katherine Rueger sure knows how to boogie. The quick feet, precise moves and graceful steps often draw cheers from her audience.
“She can do anything,” teammate Ashley Lynch said. “She’s really good at that stuff.”
And we’re not even talking about the pre-game Dougie.
Rueger did some dancing on the field Wednesday, zipping through the crease and cutting a rug – turf, actually –...Read more »
Call it “Extreme Makeover: Massapequa Softball Edition.”
Yes, things they are a changin’ in Massapequa. The batting order has been shuffled and the fielders have been shifted.
“Everyone seems to be focused on playing their part and doing the best they can in their role,” said Massapequa coach Steve Donovan. “You really need the whole team to buy into what your trying to do and...Read more »
Nassau boys lacrosse top performers for the period April 9-15:
1. Tim Muller, Chaminade
After Chaminade’s win against Manhasset last week, coach Jack Moran said, “People sitting in the stands look for stats, but our kids know they get to play on offense because we’re really good on the other end.”
Senior Tim Muller is a big reason why. He held Manhasset’s top scorer, Mike Fahey,...Read more »
Long Island Lutheran, Sachem East and Harborfields are the only teams still alive with the public school state championships this weekend and the Federation championships starting March 22.
1. Long Island Lutheran (19-4): Lutheran was idle again this week as it prepares for the Class A Federation tournament, starting March 22.
2. St. Anthony's (22-6): The Friars’ season ended, Wednesday...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 »
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)...Read more »
1. Long Island Lutheran (6-3)
2. St. Mary's (6-2)
3. Baldwin (5-1)
4. Massapequa (7-0)
5. North Shore (7-1)
6. Farmingdale (8-0)
7. Uniondale (6-2)
8. Mepham (5-0)
9. MacArthur (6-2)
10. Sacred Heart (6-4)....Read more »