Chelsea Marlborough tried and tried again. The Mattituck High School sweeper launched a variety of shots from a variety of angles on the field and each time came away empty-handed. After a while, the senior could only look toward her team bench following a miss and smile.
For such a big achievement, the soft-spoken Rose Hayes really didn’t have much to say about it.
It wasn’t until after the fact when Hayes learned that she had become the first singles player from Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School to ever win a division championship.
“Pretty cool,” she told reporters. READ
Seventeen-year-old Max Beyrodt has his own way of putting 50 years of football at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School into perspective. “My dad just turned 50, so he’s an old man,” said Beyrodt, a senior wide receiver for Mercy.
What may be the longest road trip in Suffolk County high school sports continues.
The Bishop McGann-Mercy girls volleyball team is a team without a home. Because of work being done in Mercy’s gym, the Monarchs haven’t been able to use it at all for practices or matches this season. READ
It was the catch of the day, if not the half-century.
In 50 years of varsity football at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School, there aren’t many, if any, catches better than the one Max Beyrodt made on Saturday. READ
It was the knees that were taken during the national anthem that overshadowed the ones taken by Bishop McGann-Mercy quarterback Ryan Razzano to end the game.
Before her high school girls soccer team took on Babylon, coach Meaghan Macarthur realized Bishop McGann-Mercy would be in for a challenging Tuesday afternoon.
In high school girls tennis, the difference between Suffolk County League VII and League VIII in terms of caliber of play is tremendous.
While League VIII may be good for a team’s win-loss record, tougher League VII will make a team better. READ