Shoreham-Wading River junior Chris Kuhnle (20-0), who hasn’t been pushed to three sets this season, won the Division IV singles championship. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
SUFFOLK COUNTY DIVISION IV CHAMPIONSHIPS
Chris Kuhnle said it wasn’t easy. The scores may suggest otherwise, but Kuhnle said winning the Suffolk County Division IV singles championship on Monday was hard work, something he is not a stranger to.
Hard work, Kuhnle said, is what has brought his tennis game to where it is. The Shoreham-Wading River High School junior, the top-seeded player in the division tournament, reached the final for the second year in a row. The only difference is this time he was the one presented with the keepsake tournament bracket that goes to the champion. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River graduate Mike O’Reilly was the Peach Belt Conference’s Pitcher of the Year. (Credit: Flagler College Athletics)
He was the top baseball player in Suffolk County as a senior three years ago. And now Shoreham-Wading River graduate Mike O’Reilly is the top pitcher in the Peach Belt Conference. (more…)
An alumni softball game will be played on the McGann-Mercy field. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
All Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School alumni are invited to join in an alumni softball game on Sunday, May 17, at 1 p.m.
The game will be played on the McGann-Mercy softball field next to the junior high school. Anyone interested should RSVP to the McGann-Mercy alumni office at 631-727-5900, ext. 403.
Riverhead senior Mark Andrejack scored three goals in Saturday’s win over Copiague. (Credit: Bill Landon)
BLUE WAVES 18, EAGLES 1
The scenario set up like a playoff: One game left in the season. Win or go home.
The Riverhead Blue Waves, after narrowly missing the postseason a year ago, needed a win Saturday in the final game of the regular season to keep their season alive. It took only a few minutes after the opening whistle for the outcome to become inevitable. (more…)
John Wendt III was flanked by his parents, John Jr. and Suzanne, during Friday’s signing ceremony. Standing behind them, from left, are Riverhead coach Rob Maccone, Wendt’s youngher brother, Riley, and Riverhead athletic director Bill Groth. (Credit: Bob Liepa)
The back of John Wendt III’s baseball card should read something like this:
Height: 6 foot 3 inches. Bats: Right. Throws: Right. School: Riverhead High School. Favorite Math Subject: Calculus. Significant Statistics: Is ranked eighth among 314 students. Holds a weighted grade-point average of 105.77.
And, oh yeah, this member of the National Honor Society and the Foreign Language Society is also a pretty darn good baseball player. (more…)
Riverhead senior Cody Weiss will play golf at SUNY/Oswego. He was joined for a ceremony by his mother Doreen and athletic director Bill Groth (standing, left), golf coach Steve Failla and high school principal Charles Regan. (Credit: Riverhead School District)
As an athlete, Cody Weiss may be best known as a wrestler who became a recent member of the Century Club at Riverhead High School, surpassing 100 career victories. Or perhaps baseball, where he’s a catcher who just helped lead the Blue Waves to a spot in the 2015 playoffs.
It’ll be another sport, however, that Weiss pursues in college: golf.
Bryan Sabatella of Aquebogue is the first North Fork resident to play for the Long Island Ducks. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
The last time Bryan Sabatella played baseball on Long Island with any regularity was in 2002. Then a 17-year-old senior at Shoreham-Wading River High School, he was a key player on a county championship-winning team. (more…)