As a student teacher last year at Pulaski Street Elementary School, Kristin Andrejack got the opportunity to work alongside varsity volleyball coach Amy Greene and assist her former team. Andrejack, a 2010 Riverhead graduate, will step into a bigger role this year as the team’s head coach.
The Cutinella name became synonymous with Shoreham-Wading River football last fall. By next season when a new turf field is completed, the Wildcats will play on the Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field, a tribute to their fallen teammate who died last October. (more…)
The new courts at Shoreham-Wading River High School are expected to be completed in about a month. (Credit: Nicole Smith)
At long last, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
After years of seeing their once-revered tennis courts fall into disrepair, to the point of being condemned and shut down, the Shoreham-Wading River tennis team will soon have a new home. READ
A year older and a year wiser, the Shoreham-Wading River High School boys soccer team could be on the verge of starting something big. READ
Shoreham-Wading River may be hardpressed to duplicate last year’s amazing girls soccer season, but the Wildcats will certainly try. READ
Shoreham-Wading River honored the memory of a fallen player by winning its first Long Island championship last year and going 12-0. (Credit: Daniel De Mato, file)
The contrasting mix of tragedy and triumph made it a season unlike any other, with peaks and valleys few high school football teams have ever had to navigate. It was unforgettable, yet at times Matt Millheiser may feel tempted to ask himself if it all really happened. READ
Justin Bonsignore of Holtsville entered an elite group of only five drivers over a 31-year period to sweep a season’s worth of NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events at Riverhead Raceway when he triumphed Saturday night in the Riverhead 200. He had won the Hoosier Tire 200 in June. READ
Certain features associated with outdoor activities can be good, bad, or ugly; this is especially true of meals that may add to or detract from days spent on the water or in the field. READ