Only 44 seconds into the Riverhead boys basketball season opener against Bellport Saturday, coach John Rossetti was forced to call a timeout.
The young Blues Waves experienced trouble in-bounding the ball against the Clippers’ press and Rossetti figured it was a good time for the hosts to keep their cool in the non-league game. READ
The Bishop McGann-Mercy girls basketball team demonstrated much resilience in its season-opening loss at William Floyd High School Tuesday.
The Monarchs almost overcame a nightmare third quarter and a 10-point deficit in the fourth period, but dropped a 43-27 non-league decision to a Suffolk County League I team.
No words were needed to describe the emotions of the Shoreham-Wading River girls soccer team Tuesday night.
Their swollen eyes and sad expressions said it all. READ
If this was a playoff game, it would have been considered an instant classic.
Like two prize fighters slugging it out, the two best high school girls soccer teams in Suffolk County League VI, if not Suffolk Class A, went head-to-head in Islip Thursday afternoon.
Jack was nimble, Jack was quick.
And Jack Wetzel was able to score a hat trick.
Not even a superlative performance by goalkeeper Julia Thomas could stop the onslaught by the Bay Shore High School girls soccer team Friday afternoon. READ
As she was leaving Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field Tuesday evening, Shoreham-Wading River junior goalkeeper Lydia Kessel dropped her cell phone.
It was the first and only time she could not handle something in her hands.
Most high school cross-country coaches will talk about their top seven runners, the ones they are pinning their hopes on for a successful season.
Bishop McGann-Mercy coach Les Williams? He has exactly seven runners this fall.