After playing more than 90 minutes of regulation and overtime of scoreless soccer, the Southold/Greenport and Bishop McGann-Mercy high school girls teams struck for goals less than three minutes apart Thursday.
The result was a 1-1 draw in the Suffolk County League VII opener for both teams in Southold.
This could turn out to be one special season for the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls soccer team.
The Wildcats return 10 seniors and lost only three players to graduation, so they are primed to go a long way.
The Riverhead High School boys soccer team’s reward for finishing last in Suffolk County League III last season wasn’t a demotion, but rather a promotion to League II. READ
In order to restructure the program, Bishop McGann-Mercy High School has decided not to field a varsity boys soccer team this fall season. READ
The Riverhead Tomcats will not go undefeated this Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League season. READ
The race between the two best high school girls 800-meter runners in Suffolk County lived up to expectations and then some on Tuesday afternoon.
Shoreham Wading River sophomore Katherine Lee outdueled Bishop-McGann Mercy senior Meg Tuthill, the top seed, defeating her rival by a step to capture the Division III crown at Comsewogue High School.
Winning can be so sweet.
Winning a second year in a row is so much sweeter.
Just ask Riverhead High School senior Curtis Flippen, who won the Suffolk County Division II triple jump championship for the second consecutive year at Centereach High School Monday afternoon.
One team is preparing for next week, while the other is planning for next year. READ