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Long Island Marathon history

Scenes from the Long Island marathon through the years.

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Gabrielle Zaffiro of North Shore surveys the court Top 25 girls basketball players for 2017-18 Ward Melville guard Lauren Hansen puts up a Northport vs. Ward Melville Caroline McLaughlin #22 of Carle Place, second from Mepham vs. Carle Place John Glenn's Alyssa Adomaites drives to the basket Bayport-Blue Point vs. Glenn girls hoops Smithtown East's Amanda Funaro takes a shot in Newsday's All-Long Island field hockey team North Shore's Selena Fortich controls the ball during Newsday's All-Long Island girls soccer team Kayla Robertson #24 of Half Hollow Hills West, Tietjen Invitational final: Hills West vs. Harborfields Stony Brook forward Cheyenne Clark #2 goes up Stony Brook vs. Wagner Nassau Community College women's wrestlers Carolyn Herrera, left, Nassau CC women's wrestlers Carolyn Herrera and Kristen Walsh Massapequa's Erin Cooney, right, and Baldwinsville's Kelsey Delola State Class AA final: Massapequa vs. Baldwinsville Carle Place's Skylar Reed stops the pass from State Class C final: Carle Place vs. Whitney Point Ward Melville celebrates after winning the state Class State Class A final: Ward Melville vs. Maine-Endwell St. Anthony's celebrates after winning the CHSAA state CHSAA state final: St. Anthony's vs. Xaverian Babylon's Jaclyn Portogallo, left, attampts to get the State Class B semifinal: Babylon vs. Rochester Aquinas Members of the Massapequa Chiefs celebrate after Kate State Class AA girls soccer semifinal: Massapequa vs. Clarence Carle Place Emiline Biggin celebrates with teammate Alexis State Class C semifinal: Carle Place vs. Schuylerville Ward Melville's Kerri Thornton celebrates with teammate Jillian State Class A semifinal: Ward Melville vs. Baldwinsville St. Anthony's Brianna Passaro shoots around Notre Dame's CHSAA state semifinal: St. Anthony's vs. SI Notre Dame
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