Jacob Robinson, pictured in a meet last year, set the school record Saturday in the 400-meter dash. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk, file)
Jacob Robinson didn’t have to look far to find the former Riverhead High School record holder in the 400-meter dash.
At Saturday’s Suffolk Officials Meet at Mount Sinai High School, Robinson turned in a school record time of 50.58 seconds, according to coach Steve Gevinski. The Riverhead senior topped the previous best of 50.64 set in 2007 by Will Razzano, Gevinski said. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River senior Ryan Bray led the Wildcats with five goals Saturday against Miller Place. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
WILDCATS 11, PANTHERS 7
Mike Taylor saw firsthand in 2010 the Shoreham-Wading River Lax Out Cancer event. That year, the boys lacrosse team played the annual fundraiser event, which started in 2008, at Dowling Sports Complex where Taylor was a coach.
When he became the Wildcats’ varsity coach this season, he knew carrying on that tradition was an important part of his new job.
It was also a bit overwhelming. (more…)
Riverhead junior Courtney Troyan is guarded by Bay Shore senior Kendra Cronin Thursday. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
MARAUDERS 10, BLUE WAVES 8
Coming into this season, Riverhead coach Ashley King expected the Blue Waves to surprise some teams.
“I think we’re starting to get there,” she said after a loss at home to Bay Shore Thursday. (more…)
Riverhead senior Katie McKillop was joined be her parents Alice and Dave, as well as athletic director Bill Groth (standing, left) and high school principal Charles Regan for a signing ceremony. (Credit: Riverhead Schools)
Katie McKillop had never picked up a field hockey stick prior to the start of the fall season. The Riverhead senior had already played on varsity for four different sports, so how hard could one more be?
McKillop was a natural, earning all-conference honors as one of the Blue Waves’ top players. (more…)
Riverhead senior Ashley-Ann Courts competes in the long jump Tuesday in a dual meet against Smithtown West. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
Megan Carrick opened up the lead early on the first leg. On the final event of Tuesday’s dual meet, the Riverhead junior raced out to a fast start for the Blue Waves in the 4 x 400 relay.
As the baton switched hands, ultimately landing in those of senior Ashley-Ann Courts, the Blue Waves’ lead was never in doubt. As Courts crossed the finish line, capping the win in 4 minutes 52.5 seconds, the Blue Waves at last had a reason to smile. (more…)