July 19, 2017 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

‘Outstanding’ class graduates Massapequa High

Massapequa High School

Blue caps flew in the air as Massapequa High School seniors heard their final words as students in the district: “Class dismissed.” Following that declaration by Principal Patrick DiClemente, they officially became graduates. More...

Massapequa Coast Little League sees 75 teams take the field in 2017

For the 2017 season, the Massapequa Coast Little League saw 75 teams take the field wearing the Blue & Gold. Four of the divisions are t-ball and Coach Pitch Divisions, ranging in age from four through eight years.  More...

FOWL BALL

Ducks stumble into All-Star break losing three of four

Hands down the biggest issue for the Long Island Ducks in the first half of the Atlantic League season has been consistency.  After winning three in a row to close out June and start July, they again won back-to-back games after having their st More...

Holding the past, grasping the future

Plainedge High School

Parents, siblings, extended family, friends and peers gathered at Hofstra University on June 22 to honor the Class of 2017 at Plainedge High School’s commencement ceremony. More...

Farmingdale High School Celebrating 2017 graduates

The Farmingdale School District’s Farmingdale High School recently welcomed family, friends and the community to the Class of 2017 Graduation celebration. More...

Locals don football pads one last time

Suiting up for the final time as high schoolers, Long Island was unable to hold a nine-point fourth-quarter lead as they fell to New York City, 37-35, in the 22nd annual United Healthcare Empire Challenge on June 21 at Hofstra University’s Shua More...