Bellport's Arella Guirantes scores 2,000th career point

Bellport’s Arella Guirantes became the 20th Long Island girl to score 2,000 career points, reaching the milestone Friday night. Read more…

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Central Islip's Livingstone Harriott Jr. wins Large Schools 55

“Where did that come from?,” Central Islip coach Chris Pisano exclaimed after Livingstone Harriott Jr. crossed the finish line a winner in the 55 meters in 6.58 seconds Friday night at the Suffolk Large School championships at Suffolk CC-Brentwood. Read more…

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Long Island cheerleading's top teams to compete at weekend event

The best of Long Island cheer will take to the mat Saturday and Sunday in a final Long Island Cheerleading Coaches Association showdown — one of the last few transitions from club competition as cheerleading continues its ascension to a state-recognized varsity sport. Read more…

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Messiah Clark adds muscle, clutch free throws in Hewlett's win

When Messiah Clark, with his muscular build and tough demeanor, enrolled at Hewlett High School after moving to Long Island from Brooklyn before his sophomore year, not too many kids spoke to him. Read more…

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Bellport's Arella Guirantes closes in on 2,000 points after another 40-point game

Remember that time Arella Guirantes scored 48 points? Read more…

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Zach Moore's block in final seconds secures win for North Babylon

North Babylon’s Zach Moore wasn’t letting this one slip away. Read more…

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Sachem East wrestling moves atop the Big 10

Gregg Sarra picks the top 10 winter high school sports teams in the Big 10. Read more…

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Ron Serrano turning Massapequa wrestling into a contender

Jesse Bran-Umana had no plans of joining any of Massapequa’s varsity teams as a freshman. But wrestling coach Ron Serrano had a hunch while watching him in phys-ed class. Read more…

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St. Anthony's Halle Hazzard wins 55 and 300 runs at league meet

It didn’t take long for St. Anthony’s Halle Hazzard to master the art of the short sprint. In her first season running the event, the sophomore has emerged as the top 55-meter runner in the NSCHSAA. That was proven in earnest Saturday when Hazzard took home the title in 7.31 seconds at the league championships […]

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Pat Tucker leads St. Anthony's to sixth straight CHSAA title

The Friars’ dominance continues. As another postseason began, St. Anthony’s wasted no time adding another championship to its already-overflowing trophy case. This time, it was the CHSAA League title, achieved Saturday on its home turf after scoring 102 points. It was the Friars’ sixth consecutive league championship, coach Tim Dearie said. Read more…

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