This will be a season of change for the Shoreham-Wading River High School boys soccer team. Not only will the Wildcats play home games on their new Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field, but they will do so with a team that lost, believe it or not, no less than 15 seniors from last year’s squad. READ
When he arrived at the school last year, Ryan Razzano didn’t know anyone on the Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School football team. “I knew they had a good quarterback,” he said. READ
Everything about Ethan Wiederkehr is big, from his size (6-foot-5, 285 pounds) to the impact he can have on a football game to his future, which includes big-time college football. READ
When John Anderson steps onto a field, he brings with him the equipment other players do, including a helmet and pads, but his most important football tool may be the one pounding in his chest. READ
The conditions were sweltering.
On a day that offered no respite from the baking heat and humidity, the only relief athletes in the fifth annual Riverhead Rocks Olympic Distance Triathlon felt may have been when they crossed the finish line on Sunday morning.
Friday, Aug. 5, was a big day. I had it marked down on my calendar for months, as if I might forget. LOL. No chance of that happening.
How could one overlook the greatest sports day of the year (or more accurately, four years), the official start of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil?
The fifth annual Riverhead Rocks Olympic Distance Triathlon is set for Sunday morning. READ
Say this about Cassandra Denis’ entry into auto racing: She brings flash.
It was at a women’s race in Pennsylvania one day when Denis was thrown into a car and told to give it a shot.