The Chief

Islanders and Rangers: keep your enemies close

Katie Cresser, Copy Editor

June 7, 2013

The New York Rangers and the New York Islanders have one of the most intense rivalries in sports — or do they? Six meetings a season and less than thirty miles be­tween Madison Square Garden and the Nassau Veterans Me­mor...

How athletes prepare for senior year: Jill Pfeifer

Katie Cresser, Copy Editor

June 7, 2013

Next year will be an ex­citing time for senior athletes. Throughout the following year, many athletes will com­mit to colleges where they will play varsity sports. In order for current junior athletes to get to that point, ...

Girls lacrosse team loses county championship

Katie Cresser, Copy Editor

June 7, 2013

The girls lacrosse team made a major splash this sea­son storming to an 8-7 record, claiming the second seed in Nassau County. However, the Chiefs had one more obstacle to overcome before becom­ing county champions: a game agains...

Nothing but net

Nothing but net

January 28, 2013

MHS junior Kara McKenna goes the distance

T.J. McConnell, Journalism Student

December 9, 2012

The Girls’ Cross Country and Track and Field Teams have always been near the top, both in Nassau County and New York State. Every year, athletes on these teams achieve all-county and even all-state status. Junior Kara McKenna, a ...

Belivacqua’s legacy

Michael Spagnuolo, Journalism Student

November 29, 2012

This year the stinky, outdated wrestling room at Massapequa High School was beautifully renovated with new, high-quality mats.  The room was named after former coach and wrestler Al Belivacqua. When Al was a coach at the high ...

Chiefs’ offense shines, defeats Hempstead

Nolan Fitzpatrick, Journalism Student

November 19, 2012

The Chiefs absolutely routed Hempstead in their homecoming football game at Massapequa High School on Saturday, Oct. 13, by a score of 42-8. They improved their record to 4-2, remaining  in the top half of Conference I. As...

Can you dig it?

Can you dig it?

October 22, 2012

Past to present, Olympic tradition prevails

Jon Grant, Sports Editor

September 10, 2012

We are all familiar with the torch, the flag, the ever-popular opening and closing ceremonies; with over 200 nations, 13,000 athletes, 33 sports, and almost 400 events the Olympics are truly the most glorious spectacle of sport...

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