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Wildcats Hold On With Late Goal To Win

SOUTH HUNTINGTON, New York, October 9

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

The clock read 7:00 and, following a goal from Walt Whitman High School’s Christina McFelia, the “1” on the scoreboard that had been attached to the Wildcats’ name since the first half changed to a “2.” At the time, with Whitman (3-5) then leading Bay Shore (3-6) by a score of 2-0, it seemed like McFelia’s goal would just be the cherry on top of a win; it ended up being the game winner. 295 more words

Andrew Wroblewski

Colts 'Smashing' In League Play

DIX HILLS, New York, October 9

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

The Half Hollow Hills High School West girls tennis team continued its hot streak on Oct. 2 as the Colts (5-3) took down Commack (4-3) in a League I rematch. 112 more words

Andrew Wroblewski

Taking A Look Back At September: Half Hollow Hills

DIX HILLS, New York, October 2

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

The first month of the fall sports season is in the books. Just this week, September came to a close and, with that, the varsity teams from Half Hollow Hills high schools East and West are primed for playoff pushes and late-season theatrics. 1,671 more words

Andrew Wroblewski

Colts Storm Back, Fall In OT To North Babylon

DIX HILLS, New York, September 18

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

After storming back from a 1-0 deficit to take a one-goal lead in the second half, everything looked good for the Half Hollow Hills High School West girls’ varsity soccer team on Sept. 611 more words

Andrew Wroblewski

Despite Loss, T-Birds Remain Positive

DIX HILLS, New York, September 11

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

The game of soccer can be decided in just a heartbeat.

Matthew Mayo, head coach of the Half Hollow Hills High School East girls varsity soccer team, and his squad have learned that the hard way over the last two seasons when the Thunderbirds often fell in closely contested games. 653 more words

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