The list of school records Meg Tuthill owns following her brilliant track and field career at Bishop McGann-Mercy could fill up a page on their own. READ
It was another banner year on the track and cross country courses for Shoreham-Wading River’s Katherine Lee. She started 2016 in the midst of the indoor track season, where she helped lead the Wildcats to a second-place finish at the small school county championship meet. Lee won the 600-meter run and finished second in the 1,500 while also running a relay. READ
Expectations were high around the Riverhead girls basketball team entering the year. By the time the calendar flipped to 2016, the Blue Waves already had five wins under their belt en route to their best season since 2012. READ
Two Shoreham-Wading River wrestlers closed out their high school careers standing on the podium at the New York State Championships in Albany this past March. Jack Taddeo finished fourth at 145 pounds and Meloni was fifth at 106. READ
Hundreds of Shoreham-Wading River students and community members gathered in early October for a pair of candlelight vigils to mourn the death of 14-year-old student Nick Donnelly.
He was remembered as a standout wrestler who competed on the varsity team as an eighth-grader.
Riverhead track and field coach Sal Loverde didn’t hesitate when he described his team’s top runner following the large school county championship meet in February.
“He’s the best distance runner Riverhead has ever had,” Loverde said. READ