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Larry Brown Eyes High School Coaching Job

athleticbusiness.com — Larry Brown, the only basketball coach to have won both an NBA and NCAA title, soon might be trying to win a Long Island high school championship as well. Brown, the well-traveled coach who played at Long Beach High School in the late 1950s, has expressed

Men's basketball | Larry Brown might take job as high school coach

buckeyextra.dispatch.com — Larry Brown, the only basketball coach to have won both an NBA and NCAA title, might soon be trying to win a Long Island high school championship, as well. Brown, the well-traveled basketball coach who played at Long Beach High School in the late 1950s, has expressed interest in the boys varsity coaching vacancy at East Hampton (N.Y.)

Larry Brown considers NY high school coaching job | News & Observer

newsobserver.com — Larry Brown, the only basketball coach to have won both an NBA and NCAA title, might soon be trying to win a Long Island high school championship, as well. Brown, the well-traveled coach who played at UNC in the early 1960s, and Long Beach (N.Y.)

Larry Brown interested in East Hampton High School coaching job, says AD

newsday.com — Larry Brown, the only basketball coach to have won both a NBA and NCAA title, might soon be trying to win a Long Island high school championship, as well. Brown, the well-traveled basketball coach who went to Long Beach High School in the late 1950s, has expressed interest in the boys varsity coaching vacancy at East Hampton High School, athletic director Joe Vasile-Cozzo said on Tuesday.

High School Football Team Goes Independent for Safety

athleticbusiness.com — Newsday (New York) Port Washington withdrew its varsity football team from Nassau's interscholastic organization this season because the school says it was concerned about injuries and an ability to compete in a conference with similarly sized high schools.

Port Washington football goes independent, citing safety fears

newsday.com — Port Washington withdrew its varsity football team from Nassau's interscholastic organization this season because the school says it was concerned about injuries and an ability to compete in a conference with similarly sized high schools. Port Washington has instead elected to play eight exhibition games against four Lower Hudson Valley schools, three Nassau public schools from a lower conference and Long Island Lutheran.

Port Washington football goes independent, citing safety fears

newsday.com — Port Washington withdrew its varsity football team from Nassau's interscholastic organization this season because the school says it was concerned about injuries and an ability to compete in a conference with similarly sized high schools. Port Washington has instead elected to play eight exhibition games against four Westchester-based public schools, three Nassau public schools from a lower conference and Long Island Lutheran.

Dellin Betances must learn how to hold runners and make routine throws

newsday.com — Jim Baumbach Jim Baumbach is an investigative / enterprise sports reporter for Newsday. A Long Island native, he started working If this 2-0 loss to the Dodgers is the one that keeps the Yankees out of the playoffs, it will be easy to look at Starlin Castro as the primary culprit.

Islanders’ pact gives team a Barclays opt-out after 3 seasons

newsday.com — The Islanders could leave the Barclays Center after just three seasons in Brooklyn if the team triggers an opt-out clause in its license agreement, according to a summary of the pact obtained by Newsday. The summary also reveals an approximate six-month window for the two sides to renegotiate the 25-year license agreement and mandates "good-faith discussions" from both sides before either can opt out.

Dwight Gooden says he’s not using drugs

newsday.com — Dwight Gooden insisted Tuesday that he's drug-free, despite the outcry of support sparked by Darryl Strawberry's repeated public statements of concern for his life. The former Mets and Yankees pitcher, whose career was dogged by repeated drug problems, told Newsday he hasn't used cocaine since March 11, 2012.
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Sep 21, 2016

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Sep 20, 2016

RT @KMaherNews12: Brown told other East Hampton coaches if he doesn't take head job he'll help out in any way he can. https://t.co/LFQuE8h7WU

Sep 20, 2016

RT @KMaherNews12: Larry Brown meets in gym w/ East Hampton HS basketball players tonight. Brown still debating head coach gig. https://t.co/UhrrNKrkyM

Sep 20, 2016

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Sep 20, 2016

Larry Brown, 76, on whether he will commit to coaching East Hampton HS hoops: “I’m really trying to find myself right now, to be honest.”

Sep 20, 2016

So, Larry Brown told me his original plan was to teach American history and coach three sports in high school.  http://nwsdy.li/2dewQcK 

Sep 20, 2016

Larry Brown interested in East Hampton High School coaching job, says AD  http://nwsdy.li/2d2CeTJ 


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