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Bay Shore lacrosse player nationally recognized

Bay Shore sophomore selected for national U15 lacrosse team

Read about the latest Long Island to come home to play for the NY Mets.

It’s been 30 since the revival of the historic swim meet across the Great South Bay. Read about this year’s event here.

A father accompanies his daughters to Manhattan’s Canyon of Heroes” to celebrate the achievement by women in sports and in life.

Ways to keep safe on the water

A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 World Series Championship team with “Miracle Mets” alumni Ed Kranepool and Art Shamsky

Read here about once of Bay Shore High School’s star runners, Roshni Singh.

The Bay Shore Marauders varsity football team played their last game of the 2018 season.

Read about this exciting game that took place on Sept. 29.

Islip High School held their annual Homecoming Parade on Main Street on September 22. The day ended victoriously with a big win on the football field.

West Islip alum garnering accolades on the lacrosse field

A girls Robotics team at Islip High School is powering up the competition.

The Lady Marauders continue their winning streak. Read more about their recent Meet here.

Brothers Kevin and Carlos Martinez of Bay Shore have more that genes in common.

Kristen Thomas, a member of the Islip High School track and cross-country teams, will soon be competing in Australia.

The Bay Shore Redmen faced the Sayville Golden Flashes on home turf for the Marine Corps Rivals game.

Dark skies and drizzle did not dampen the spirit of the West Islip community during the district’s annual homecoming last weekend. The Lion’s did not disappoint on the field and clinched a homecoming victory.

It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas—and Valentine’s Day and Fourth of July and Halloween—as the four holiday-themed floats made their way onto Sal Ciampi Field at the start of the East Islip High School homecoming game on Oct. 8. The Redmen then went on to deliver a victory on the field.

The Islip Breast Cancer Coalition and the Town of Islip joined forces last Sunday morning to host the second annual Miles for Hope 5K Run/Walk. The proceeds from this event will go to help those in the 19 hamlets in the town who are in treatment for breast cancer and other women’s cancers.

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