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Author Archives: Ellis Joshua

Girls Varsity: Sacred Heart vs. St. Anthony’s Parochial AA Championship

Sacred Heart and St. Anthony’s took the field in hopes of winning the Parochial AA Championship on Tuesday. The Friars looked to cap off an undefeated season while Sacred Heart attempted to spoil the party and take the home the title. However, St. Anthony’s did not let that happen. They jumped out to a lead

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Boys Varsity: Port Washington vs. Syosset

It was the final game of the regular season for both teams and a lot was at stake. A victory for Port Washington meant they get the number one seed in the Nassau County A bracket. But, a win for Syosset means there would be a three-way tie between Port Washington, Farmingdale, and Syosset which

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Boys Varsity: Port Washington vs. Farmingdale

Two of the top teams in Nassau battled it out on Friday night in Farmingdale. Both of these teams were searching for the #1 seed in Conference A, and if Farmingdale won, they would be poised to take the top spot. Port Washington came in with an 8-2 record, and Farmingdale entered the game 9-1.

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Girls Varsity: Massapequa vs. South Side

It was the final game of the regular season for both South Side and Massapequa as well as senior night for the South Side seniors! It was a successful send off for South Side’s Katie Davis, Skylar DeLuca, Ella Grace Delmond and Sydney Rathjen. They won 13-7 thanks in large part to the duo of

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Girls Varsity: Bethpage vs. Plainedge

A lot was on the line in this battle between Bethpage and Plainedge. Both teams came in with 9-1 records and were sitting towards the top of the standings in Nassau County. This high scoring, back and fourth affair, saw Bethpage come away with a narrow 16-13 victory.  Kailyn Salony and Madison Traversa had four

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Boys Varsity: Kellenberg vs. St. John the Baptist Championship Game

Kellenberg traveled to St. John the Baptist and competed for the Class AA Parochial Championship. These two squads played each other once during the regular season where Kellenberg won 13-7. This time SJB had home field advantage, but Kellenberg came out looking to make a statement. They jumped out to an early lead and never

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Boys Varsity: St. Anthony’s vs. Chaminade CHSAA Championship

The third and final meeting of the season between St. Anthony’s and Chaminade was for all the marbles. The two teams split the first two games during the regular season. St. Anthony’s came away with a 15-11 win at Chaminade in game one where Owen Duffy scored seven goals. Then, Chaminade took the second match

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Girls Varsity: Manhasset vs. Wantagh

It was a rematch between two teams that are regarded as two of the best on Long Island. Wantagh won in Manhasset in their first match-up 13-12 in what was one of the best games of the season. This time they were down in Wantagh where Manhasset looked to even the season series. The weather

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Girls Varsity: Garden City vs. South Side

Two of the top Nassau County teams battled it out on Friday in what could possibly be a playoff preview. Both entered the game with two losses on the season. Garden City had a record of 6-2 and won five straight while South Side had a record of 8-2 and were on a three game

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Girls Varsity: Massapequa vs. North Shore

It was a rematch between two teams that played each other just two weeks ago. North Shore narrowly came away with a 7-6 victory in their first meeting at Massapequa. This time they played on North Shore’s home turf where Massapequa was looking to even the record. The Chiefs started off slow, but once their

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