Tom Cutinella dreamed of attending West Point, his father, Frank, said during a eulogy for the 16-year-old Tuesday morning.
It was a dream that, in a way, became reality one day earlier thanks to the effort of a Shoreham-Wading River alumnus and the football staff at West Point. (more…)
Heading into the season this year, Riverhead girls cross country coach Justin Cobis didn’t know how his team might match up in a league that featured plenty of new teams compared to last year. Now as the dual meet season winds down, Cobis has gotten the answer.
The Blue Waves are right there with every team in the league. (more…)
BLUE WAVES 3, LIONS 2
For what was the biggest game of the season thus far, things couldn’t have started much worse for the Riverhead Blue Waves Monday afternoon. On the road at West Islip, the Blue Waves gave up a pair of goals less than 10 minutes into the game. (more…)
When the Shoreham-Wading River football team next takes the field they will be doing so on their home turf, a Section XI official confirmed Monday. (more…)
With the wind whipping and rain storms plaguing Peconic Bay, 92 sailing boats competed in the 21st annual Whitebread race Saturday. (more…)
Conversation overheard this past summer around the North Fork:
Matilda, age 10: “I’m so bored this summer. There’s nothing to do around here.”
Gus, age 12: “I know. All we ever do is go to the beach, go boating, swim, fish and go sailing.”
Clancy, age 11: “ I can’t wait to go back to school.”
Say what??!! (more…)