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04/30/18 11:11pm
04/30/2018 11:11 PM

In many respects, Luke Kosmynka’s season has mirrored that of the Mattituck High School boys tennis team. Both knew they were going to be competitive, they just didn’t know how competitive.

Well, both have exceeded expectations. The Tuckers (10-2, 10-1), who lost several seniors to graduation, are tied with Southampton for the Suffolk County League VIII lead and Kosmynka could not have asked for a better season as the No. 2 singles player. He is a perfect 11-0. READ

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04/30/18 9:11pm

As well as the Shoreham-Wading River Wildcats had just played, what they did afterward, off the softball field, might have been even more impressive.

After putting the finishing touches on their Senior Day game, a 13-1 mercy-rule win over Harborfields Monday, the Wildcats somehow made their way atop the roof of their dugout to pose for photos. And it wasn’t an easy climb. READ

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04/27/18 8:29pm
04/27/2018 8:29 PM

The Riverhead High School girls lacrosse team likes to share the wealth. These days, there’s a lot of wealth to share.

Just look at the standings. Entering Friday’s action, Riverhead sat proudly in third place, behind Northport and Ward Melville. Third among 22 Suffolk County Division I teams isn’t too shabby. READ

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04/26/18 10:05pm
04/26/2018 10:05 PM

Grace wasn’t always amazing all of the time, but she was pretty darn good when it really counted.

Called into the Suffolk County League III softball game as an emergency relief pitcher in the second inning, Grace Dillingham helped Riverhead overcome not one, but two deficits before shutting down Northport over the final two innings en route to an exciting and dramatic 8-7 win on Thursday afternoon. READ

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04/25/18 9:39pm
04/25/2018 9:39 PM

The Riverhead Blue Waves weren’t singing in the rain, but they were hooting and hollering, seemingly enjoying the deluge that fell from the sky.

Evidently, the Riverhead boys lacrosse players like playing in the rain. They were in their element Wednesday when off-and-on rain turned torrential at several points during their home game against Huntington at the Pulaski Sports Complex. READ

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04/24/18 9:27pm
04/24/2018 9:27 PM

It wasn’t as if things were going well for the Riverhead High School baseball team, but at the same time, they weren’t going too badly. That is, until the fifth inning.

It was in the fifth when the wheels started flying off. Smithtown West struck for 13 runs in the fifth and sixth innings combined to turn a 3-1 Suffolk County League III game into a 16-4 laugher that was stopped after six innings because of the mercy rule Tuesday at the Pulaski Sports Complex in Riverhead.

The Blue Waves weren’t laughing. READ