Dylan Butler

Dylan Butler

Chaminade drops first game to archrival

For a Chaminade soccer team struggling to score goals, every chance in the attacking third is critical. It’s the difference

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Wheatley’s Rothstein mowing ‘em down

Matt Rothstein isn’t about personal statistics. But they’re hard to ignore.  The Wheatley ace has a 6-1 record with a

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NY Cosmos prepare for new season on LI

The New York Cosmos are back where they started.  As was the case 40 years ago, the club is set

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Manhasset, Garden City ready for ‘Classic’

Outside of a game where a championship trophy is hoisted after its conclusion, there is nothing bigger in the sport

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Lopez lifts Cosmos over San Antonio

Before Saturday, there was no doubt in Henry Lopez’s mind what was the biggest goal of his career. On April

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Flyers hoping to repeat magic year

Sean Cerrone reached the pinnacle of high school football last year, leading Chaminade to the CHSFL Class AAA championship, its

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Chaminade sweeps past St. Mary’s

Pick up a tux.  Get a haircut.  Reserve a limo.  The Chaminade Flyers are hoping to not include play an

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Green breaks out, Heat sinks Spurs

LeBron James and the Miami Heat captured a second straight NBA title, beating the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7

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Chaminade survives scare from St. Joe’s

Every team that wins a championship, regardless of the sport, survives an early-round scare.  That’s what the Chaminade football team

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Garden City softball routs Roslyn, 21-2

Through five games, Marisa Reichman said the Garden City softball team has already earned itself a nickname.  “We’re like the

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Late goal earns Cosmos dramatic draw

The New York Cosmos are still winless on the road, but the club continued its late-game drama Sunday afternoon in

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Island native excited to be a Cosmo

Chad Calderone has been playing soccer his entire life, but he finds himself in a unique position with the New

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Floral Park’s Parris shines in final HS game

Timon Parris played multiple sports at Floral Park Memorial, but only one grabbed his heart.  “I love playing football,” Parris

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Flyers roll to first win over St. Mary’s

A senior on the Chaminade bowling team, Nick Niles knows what it’s like to lose.  It just hasn’t happened since

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LI Lutheran’s quick climb to the top

The Long Island Lutheran basketball teams both moved up in class this year. When the season was over, the Crusaders

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