Change is in the air these days with the Shoreham-Wading River High School football team. Sure, it’s a new era, the post-Matt Millheiser era. Yet, even with new players, a new coach and a new offense, one thing remains the same: a winning mentality.
The Wildcats still expect to win games. They expect the same results. They expect to go to the Long Island Class IV championship game and they expect to win that game, too.
That hasn’t changed. READ
For Riverhead High School’s appropriately named quarterback, the issue now isn’t keeping the pace so much as setting the pace.
Things have changed for Cristian Pace. He’s a senior now, after all, and that makes a difference. READ
After Matt Millheiser stepped down as head coach of the Shoreham-Wading River High School football team and the post was awarded to Aden Smith, Smith was asked if Millheiser left any words of advice for him.
He sure did: “Good luck.” READ
While the rest of the Riverhead High School football players were spread out in separate groups, working on their position-specific drills Monday morning, R.J. Kocan was off to the side doing his own thing by himself. He kicked field goals, punted and worked on kickoffs. READ
The show must go on, and the star of this show — perhaps even more than the team that won the 12th annual Riverhead Stop the Violence Basketball Tournament — put on quite a show himself.
Noel Epps isn’t your typical public address announcer. No sir. Far from it. READ
Of all the facts surrounding Carolyn Carrera’s rookie season as a professional lacrosse player with the Philadelphia Force, here’s an interesting nugget: Not once this summer has she stepped foot in the city of brotherly love. READ
When the pressure is really on, it’s more important than ever to stay loose.
As contradictory as that may sound, Miles Kelly can attest to its truth. READ
The Tomcats are the top cats.
No longer can the Riverhead Tomcats be called the only one of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League’s seven active teams to have never won a league championship. Instead, just call them league champions. READ