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D.J. Gibson received Nassau County All-Conference Basketball honors this past week at the Nassau County Boys Basketball Awards Dinner!

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Former Standout Basketball Player Receives All Conference Honors

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The East Coast Conference announced LIU Post women's basketball graduate student Sasha Patterson as the league's Player of the Year at the conference's annual banquet ahead of championship weekend on Friday, March 8. The ECC also tabbed redshirt-junior guard Taylah Hudson as an all-conference honoree during the all-conference announcement.

Patterson concludes her final season of competition with the conference's highest honor, fulfilling the preseason coaches' vote on the award. The Brooklyn native earned Preseason Player of the Year recognition and was nothing short of outstanding on the floor all season long. Patterson was the only ECC player to average double figures in rebounding this season (10.2) and ranks 16th nationally with 16 double-doubles on the year. A threat in the low block, Patterson dominated the opposition with 25 games with 10 points or more, averaging 15.7 points per game in conference play with 11 rebounds per tilt. Patterson was one of the best in the country on the glass this season, ranking third in Division II with five offensive boards per game.

Along with Patterson, Hudson garners third-team All-ECC recognition for the first time in her career. Hudson averaged 9.1 points and 3.4 assists per game for the Pioneers during conference play and posted 79 assists overall on the season. On five occasions, Hudson tallied five or more assists and scored a career-high 22 points in 26 minutes at Felician earlier this season.

The duo will look to keep LIU Post's championship hopes alive tomorrow afternoon as the Pioneers take on No. 1 seed Saint Thomas Aquinas College at 12:00 p.m. at the Harvey Hubble Gymnasium on the campus of the University of Bridgeport.

 


The Glen Cove Athletic Department would like to thank GoodSports for donating new cleats to our baseball and softball programs. All Varsity and Junior Varsity players received a pair of brand new cleats!


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Hudson Hits Basketball Milestone

Congratulations to Glen Cove High School senior Trinity Hudson, who scored her 1,000th point in the 1st quarter of the Nassau A-III basketball game against Levittown Division High School on January 29, 2019.

Trinity's 1,000th point came on a layup in the 1st quarter. She scored a total of 24 points in the game. This huge accomplishment reflects her dedication and commitment over the past 6 years to the girls' varsity basketball program. Among the many honors she has received thus far in her career at Glen Cove High School, she is currently the leading scorer in Nassau County averaging 24.5 ppg and 3rd in scoring on Long Island. Furthermore, Trinity has amassed a total of 1077 points which makes her the 2nd leading all-time scorer in Glen Cove girls basketball history behind her sister, Taylah Hudson.

Earlier this year, Trinity signed her National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY on a full scholarship.

Congratulations to Trinity and her family!

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On 1/29/19, Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Peter Falen won his 100th game as Head Coach! Great job coach!

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The Glen Cove Athletic Department is proud to introduce our new scorer's table! Go Big Red!

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Glen Cove Wrestling takes 1st at the annual Cove Cup Wrestling Tournament!

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Glen Cove Wrestling takes 1st at the annual Charles McCullough Wrestling Tournament!

 

 



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Congratulations to Trinity Hudson for being featured on the cover of the LI Herald Winter Sports Edition! 


 

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Sal Guastella becomes Glen Cove Wrestling All-Time Match Winner with 111th Wins passing Sasha Bogdanich! Congratulations to Sal, his family and the coaching staff for this milestone achievement!


 

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Plymouth StateUniversity is proud to announce that Glen Cove Big Red Alum Sean Peet has been selected to Captain the 2019 Panther Men's Lacrosse Team. A 2018 First-Team Little East Conference selection, Sean is the first Panther to be garner first-team status since 2011. Congratulations Sean!


 

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Congratulations to Coach Tripp for receiving the Nassau County Jack Boyle Award! The Jack Boyle Award is given to the Assistant Football Coach of the Year for all of Nassau County!

 

 


 

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Glen Cove Volleyball players received athletic honors at the Nassau County Girls Volleyball Awards Dinner (12/3. Evelyn Tran received All-County honors while Alyssa Schmitt received All- Conference honors! Great Job!

 


 

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Glen Cove High School soccer player Niko Vidal receives invitation to participate in the United States Soccer Development Academy Program! Great Job!

 


 

 

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Congratulations to Jesse Mayreis and Ariana Greenberg for receiving the Nassau County Outstanding Physical Education Student Award! 

 


 

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Two athletes from our Girls Varsity Soccer Team received awards at the Nassau County Girls Soccer Dinner on 11/26/18. Go Big Red!

 


 

 

 

 Welcome to our new updated and redesigned weight room! Along with new weights and bars we have installed a permanent turf field for our athletes to do strength and conditioning exercises on when weather is bad! Go Big Red!

 


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Glen Cove All-County Basketball player Trinity Hudson signs her National Letter of Intent to play collegiate Basketball at Mercy College. Congratulations to Trinity and her family on this amazing accomplishment!

 


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 Former Glen Cove Soccer players Chris Henriquez, Justina Maldonado and Kevin Hernandez lead Nassau Community College Men's Soccer to a Northeast Regional Title!!

 


 

 

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Former Glen Cove Tennis Athlete Achieves College Athletic Honors!

"The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) named State University of New York at New Paltz freshman Trinity Chow as the SUNYAC Tennis Singles Player of the Week Monday.

Chow has had a break-out first-year with the Hawks (7-0 overall, 7-0 SUNYAC) and it continued over the weekend in three 9-0 sweeps over SUNY Geneseo, Fredonia State and The College at Brockport Friday, Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

The Glen Cove, NY native didn't drop a game during her team's three-game stretch. She handily defeated the Blue Devils' Anna Chiacchia and the Golden Eagles' Autumne Venturino 6-0, 6-0 in first singles and earned a 6-1, 6-0 victory in a first singles match against the Knights' Olga Shvetsova.

Her efforts helped SUNY New Paltz end the regular season undefeated, while also clinching the top seed in the SUNYAC playoffs for the first time since 2006.

Chow and the Hawks conference championship run begins Friday, as they are back on the court for a SUNYAC semifinals match up with No. 4 seed Fredonia State at the Binghamton Racquet Club."



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Glen Cove Varsity Volleyball Beats Roosevelt 3-0! Go Big Red! 

 


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Glen Cove Varsity Boys Soccer led by Goalie Kieran Calderon Beats Division 1-0 in Their Home Opener Under The Lights. Go Big Red!