The Cold Spring Harbor boys lacrosse team will continue its undefeated season with a bid for the Nassau Class C championship set for Tuesday.Read More
While most 8 year olds are typically busy playing video games, sports or riding their bikes, Preston Park, of Melville, has to his name 29 gold medals in the Korean martial art of Taekwondo. And he is already dreaming of one day earning gold at the Olympics.Read More
Knights pitcher Joseph Muchnicki came back from a year being sidelined because of an injury with a start he could never imagine: a bonafide no-hitter to open the league season against Miller Place, 5-0, on March 29.Read More
The Huntington community is continuing to keep the memory of Marcie Mazzola alive through the annual Marcie Mazzola Memorial 5K Walk/Run, which is set to kick off from the Huntington YMCA at 8:30 a.m., Sunday.Read More
Hills West head coach Bryan Dugan said 10 seniors graduated from last year’s team, and while a few veteran leaders remain, the overall group is “new” and “energetic” and has the Colts’ coaching staff excited.Read More
The Elwood-John Glenn Knights are gearing up for the season with a new coach at the helm.
Now leading the team is head coach Matthew Rocchio Jr. – alongside assistant coach John Mehling – who just started his post after the departure of former coach Stephen Robins. Rocchio said he wants to continue to elevate Glenn’s program.
The Kings Park Commack Ice Hockey Club captured its first-ever state championship in the New York State Amateur Hockey Association high school tournament late last month, securing a spot in the upcoming national championships.
Facing off against East Islip for the state title, Kings Park-Commack came away with the 12-3 win.
Gold. That’s what Huntington senior track star Lawrence Leake is after this Saturday as he and his teammates compete in the New York State championships at the Ocean Breeze Track & Field Complex at Staten Island.Read More
Reese Grossman and Matt Licciardi, seniors and co-captains of Cold Spring Harbor High School’s varsity boys basketball team, don’t carry themselves the same way on and off the basketball court. In fact, their polar opposite personalities and leadership tactics have helped mold the program and lift it to its current success, making them the dynamic duo.Read More