Farmingdale football earned its 15th Nassau championship since 1971 with 21-9 win over Baldwin Friday: http://patch.com/A-zLmp
The second presidential debate arrived on Long Island Tuesday, placing Hofstra University at the center of the political universe - for one night at least
TV cameras rolled, flashes popped, poms poms waved and a packed house stood in anticipation. This is what Friday Night Lights is supposed to look like. St. Anthony’s faced Bergen Catholic http://patch.com/A-x99M
Northport Mayor George Doll showed his range as grand marshall of the annual Northport Memorial Day parade Monday morning. He led the procession from Laurel Avenue down Main Street riding a mammoth white horse.
Following close behind were military veterans dating to World War II, several age groups of the Boys and Girls Scouts, Northport High School marching band and fire trucks from Eatons Neck and Northport
Greenport Tall Ships festival Memorial Day weekend.
Northport boys lacrosse ran wild over West Babylon in a first-round playoff Thursday at Veterans Park, scoring the game’s first eight goals en route to a 17-6 win.
The eighth-seeded Tigers (11-6) dominated faceoffs, looked explosive with the ball and turned away No. 9 West Babylon attacks. It was a near-perfect performance http://patch.com/A-tw1y
18-Year-Old Wins Election
In a dramatic and historic statement by voters, an 18-year-old high school senior was elected to the Syosset School District’s Board of Education Tuesday night.
Calling himself “A fresh voice for the 21st century,” teenager Joshua Lafazan earned a seat on the board, joining Christopher DiFilippo and Alan Resnick. Lafazan won with a remarkable tally of 4,739 ballots or 82 percent of the vote http://patch.com/A-twxB