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Rescheduled Games:


JV Girls Lacrosse on 5/2 vs Port Washington is now 4:45 at LBHS

Varsity Girls Lacrosse on 5/2 vs Port Washington is now 6:45 @ LBHS

Varsity Boys Lacrosse on 4/6 @ Wantagh is now 5/1 at 4:45

Varsity Boys Lacrosse on 5/2 with New Hyde Park is now 5/3 at LBHS 5:00

Varsity Softball game scheduled for 4/10 @ MacArthur is now 5/2

JV Softball at Massapequa on 4/26 rescheduled to 5/4 at Berner JH 4:45

Please check individual team schedules for the latest updates

Welcome to the Home of the Marines!


After back-to-back years of losing in the Michelino Division finals, the Marines defeated Bellmore/Merrick, 6-2, to claim the county crown and sweep the series Wednesday night at the Town of Oyster Bay Rink.


Congratulations to Varsity Swimmers Matthew Cannon, Shane Morris, Ryan Aroesty and Troy Morris for winning the 200 Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay and the 400 Free Relay at the LISCA Eastern States Championships held at the Nassau Aquatic Center on Saturday, January 21st. They qualified for the New York State Championship held later in the season in all three relays.


Congratulations to the 2016-17 Varsity Wrestling Team on Winning the U-E Duals New York State Championship for the second year in a row.





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• Sports physicals need to be completed. 
     Call 897-2070 for a physical appointment, if you need one.
     Students trying out need a current sports physical on file
     with the health office.

Interscholastic Information
Interscholastic Athletic Start Dates 2016-2017
Physical Forms
Health History/Parental Permission
NYSPHSAA Parent and Student Concussion Information Sheet

Long Beach has a rich tradition in athletics. This tradition is testimony to our excellent athletes, our excellent coaching staff, administrative support and parents who value athletic involvement for their children. Athletics plays an important part in the life of our district. Young people learn a great deal from participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win and lose gracefully are integral parts of our athletic program. Athletic participation also plays an important part in helping students develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body. Athletic competition also improves school spirit and helps students develop pride in their school.

Currently, the Long Beach City School District interscholastic athletic program is comprised of 75 teams: 30 varsity,16 junior varsity and 29 middle school teams.

Arnie Epstein
Director of Health, Phys. Ed. & Athletics
897-2069 or 897-2075