Katherine Lee fell short in her attempt to win a second straight state championship on Saturday, but the Shoreham-Wading River High School sophomore came close, finishing third in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association girls cross-country championships. READ
It took 18 years for the Shoreham-Wading River football program to reach a county championship game. After an undefeated run to the Long Island championship last year, the wait won’t be nearly as long for a return trip. READ
The Bishop McGann-Mercy and Shoreham-Wading River teams exchange handshakes following Saturday’s playoff game at Miller Place High School. (Credit: Bob Liepa)
When a high school football team faces a clear and heavy favorite like Shoreham-Wading River in its opening playoff game, what does it do? Well, it plays hard, tries to stay loose and hopes for the best. READ
The memory of past playoff heartaches began to creep into the mind of West Islip coach Steve Mileti. Two years ago it was a four-point loss at home against Newfield, a game the Lions led late in the fourth quarter.
Paul Koretzki typically doesn’t do much talking when he sends his runners on the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls cross-country team off to the starting line for races. He will tell them to have a good time and say, “See you at the finish.” READ
Southold junior Owen Klipstein and Shoreham-Wading River senior Mike Godfrey both qualified for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association boys cross-country championships. READ
If the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls volleyball team wants a souvenir to remember its 2015 season by, it might want to consider creating a T-shirt.
Top-seeded and undefeated Shoreham-Wading River will host No. 8 Bishop McGann-Mercy (4-4) in the first round of the Division IV playoffs at 1 p.m. Saturday. READ