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Colts Fall To Hills East, Recover With Win At Bellport

| 01/12/2017 | 0 Comments

This past Sunday, the Hills West boys basketball team suffered their first loss of the season to district rival Hills East at Adelphi University in Garden City. The Colts were able to build a comfortable 33-20 first half off of a hot shooting start, and eventually finished off the half with a 36-28 lead. The […]

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What To Expect In the 2016-17 NBA Season

| 10/25/2016 | 0 Comments
What To Expect In the 2016-17 NBA Season

After months of waiting, the 2016-17 NBA season finally begins tonight! It’s a new season which provides many teams a chance to improve their greatness, while it’s a new start for others. The Cleveland Cavaliers will begin their title defense tonight against the New York Knicks at 7:30 PM ET on TNT. LeBron James returned […]

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Colts Win County Championship in Dominating Fashion

| 02/24/2016 | 0 Comments
Colts Win County Championship in Dominating Fashion

Some may have called it a David vs. Goliath matchup, however, that was not the case for this year Suffolk County Championship. Hills West went up against 2x defending champions, Brentwood High School. A team that had enough weaknesses such that the Colts could come out of the game on top. The Colts were in […]

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Wooden Award Late Season Top 20 Released

| 02/11/2016 | 0 Comments
Wooden Award Late Season Top 20 Released

The Wooden Award is college basketball’s most prestigious award for the best player in the sport. Yesterday, the 20 finalists were revealed. Many great players were on the list, including 13 seniors. Kris Dunn, Melo Trimble, Jakob Poeltl, and Denzel Valentine are among the stars that made the list. But when it comes down to […]

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Upsets Galore This Season in College Hoops

| 01/23/2016 | 0 Comments
Upsets Galore This Season in College Hoops

“College basketball, where the unexpected becomes the ordinary” says CBS Sports college basketball analyst Jon Rothstein. This year, that is exactly the case. Every single night, college basketball gets more and more interesting, and upsets happen so frequently, that nothing is a surprise anymore. One big upset last Tuesday was Michigan over then the #3 […]

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Madness in November

| 12/02/2015 | 0 Comments
Madness in November

We are less than 20 days into the college basketball season, but yet it feels like March. The amount of upsets that have already occurred is tremendously large and many teams’ tournament hopes have already been hurt. Coming into the season, the Big Ten was supposed to be one of the elite conferences in all of […]

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Tip-Off Marathon a Success for College Basketball

| 11/20/2015 | 0 Comments
Tip-Off Marathon a Success for College Basketball

The 31-hour ESPN Tip-Off Marathon turned out to be a huge success for the world of college basketball. Four top-10 teams were knocked off, crowds were in midseason form, heavyweights battled, and there was even a court storm or two. The “marathon” started out with George Washington’s upset win over #6 Virginia. The Cavaliers’ star […]

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Girls Varsity Basketball: Season In Review

| 02/23/2015 | 0 Comments

This season did not go quite as planned for the Girls Varsity Basketball team. After starting off strong with a win in their second game, the girls ended their season with only two more wins, losing fourteen more. The final record of 2-12 in conference and 3-15 overall was much lower than they had hoped […]

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