What are some of the top storylines and who are the top returning players in Long Island baseball? Eddie G lets us know.
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As arguably the home office of the sport on the high school level, Long Island lacrosse is a year-round sport and we take a look back at a spectacular 2017 and look ahead at what should be a fun 2018. Here’s some of the top storylines and returning players.
Meet the 2017 All-Long Island Boys Lacrosse Second Team and Honorable Mention selections. All told, 56 athletes from 27 different schools were honored by News 12 Varsity for their contributions this season.
A second viewing of the Hewlett zone Wednesday wasn’t nearly as confounding for Garden City, which cruised to a 14-2 win in the Nassau Class B semifinals at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
We take a look ahead at the 2017-18 boys basketball season on Long Island with some intriguing storylines and some of the top players to watch
Dami Awosika drained a trey with just over a minute left in regulation to lift South Side to a 48-47 victory over Hewlett in the Nassau 'A' semifinal at Hofstra University on Wednesday.
Hewlett’s Lucas Pincus went 4-0 in the 138-pound class en route to being named Most Outstanding Wrestler at the Ted Petersen Memorial Tournament yesterday, and those around the sport knew that this type of performance was coming.
Blomfeld’s magic moment was part of an 11-0 run that helped No. 13 Hewlett rally past host No. 12 Seaford, 73-61, on Thursday night in a Nassau Class A quarterfinal game.
Mountanos said that the race went out faster than he expected, but he was able to adjust and take the gold in one minute, 26.07 seconds at the Nassau Class B track championships at St. Anthony’s High School on Wednesday night.
Get the latest scores, articles, video and more from the 2016 Nassau County basketball tournament on MSGVarsity.com