McGann-Mercy senior Reggie Archer received the 2014 Boden Award Dec. 5. He’s pictured with his mother (left), football coach Phil Lombardi and Denise Boden. (Courtesy photo)
A four-year varsity football player, Reggie Archer was honored Dec. 5 with the 2014 Boden Award, which is given annually to a Mercy football player. An all-county running back/defensive back, Archer helped lead the Monarchs into the playoffs twice during his tenure. (more…)
Riverhead senior John Roca was joined by his sister Jenna and father John, as well as varsity coach Vic Guadagnino (standling, left) and athletic director Bill Groth for his signing. (Credit: Riverhead schools)
Riverhead senior John Roca signed to play lacrosse next year at Dowling College. A goalkeeper for the Blue Waves, Roca will receive an academic/athletic scholarship to attend the Division II school. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River junior Jack Taddeo bumps up to wrestle 145 this year, where enters seeded second in the preseason rankings. (Credit: Bill Landon, file)
Had James Szymanski competed in nearly any other county last year, his season would have ended in Albany, competing at the state championships at Times Union Center. He likely would have stood on the podium, an all-state wrestler.
But even for a superb wrestler like Szymanski, a Shoreham-Wading River High School senior who recently signed with the University of North Carolina, navigating through the Section XI Tournament can prove hazardous. Szymanski’s third-place finish in the county tournament last year left him at the mercy of an at-large bid to the state tournament. And even with a 47-3 record, that bid never came. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River coach Matt Millheiser accepts the Rutgers Trophy on the team’s behalf at the Dec. 1 all-county dinner. Millheiser was selected by the New York Giants as the “Coach of the Year.” (Credit: Joe Werkmeister)
Add one more accolade to Shoreham-Wading River’s stunning football season.
Coach Matt Millheiser has been named “Coach of the Year” by the New York Giants, earning the program $4,000 in donations, according to the organization. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River’s Dan Hughes, guarded by Eastport/South Manor’s Tristan Lucacci, scored 25 points in his team’s home opener. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
WILDCATS 64, SHARKS 30
It is around the time of the year when Dan Hughes makes the transformation from football player to basketball player. This year, however, that metamorphosis was delayed by an extended football season in which Hughes quarterbacked Shoreham-Wading River to a Long Island championship.
But there was no question that the basketball Dan Hughes arrived for his team’s home opener on Tuesday night. (more…)