Nikolas Visco, the Riverhead football player who collapsed at the end of practice last week, continues to face a long road toward recovery after suffering “serious kidney damage” from an apparent heat stroke, his family said. READ
It’s an age-old rite of summer. When the dog days of August arrive, out come the helmets and the pads, the blocking sleds, the big tires, the blocking dummies, the stopwatches, the agility cones and the agility ladders. READ
The sun was nowhere to be seen, hiding somewhere behind a thick cover of clouds. The temperature was in the 70s, the humidity wasn’t bad, and a refreshing breeze acted like a natural fan. READ
Erika Moncada sat in a steam room, time ticking down toward her start in the Connecticut Open Weightlifting Competition. An hour passed before the moment of truth. READ
Nikolas Visco, a junior on the Riverhead High School football team, is currently at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital after suffering from apparent heat stroke following the team’s first official practice Monday morning, according to school officials. READ
Few high school football teams have endured the incredible highs and lows that Shoreham-Wading River went through last season.