As impressive as the 24-game win streak is — and it’s mighty impressive — one cannot overlook back-to-back undefeated seasons that ended with Long Island championships for the Shoreham-Wading River High School football team. It all went hand in hand. READ
This could turn out to be one special season for the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls soccer team.
The Wildcats return 10 seniors and lost only three players to graduation, so they are primed to go a long way.
When he arrived at the school last year, Ryan Razzano didn’t know anyone on the Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School football team. “I knew they had a good quarterback,” he said. READ
In order to restructure the program, Bishop McGann-Mercy High School has decided not to field a varsity boys soccer team this fall season. READ
In nearly any other year, the moment Luke Coulter crossed the finish line of the 800-meter race would have been a euphoric and triumphant culmination of a career. READ
May was full of firsts for the Bishop McGann-Mercy music program. READ
Katherine Lee doesn’t like running in a crowd. Her preference is to pull ahead of the pack and do her own thing.
So, the Shoreham-Wading River High School sophomore took and held the lead for the first half of the 3,000-meter final in the Section XI Individual Championships/state qualifier on Friday at Port Jefferson High School. At the same time, Lee had company. Bay Shore junior Bridget Kanaley wasn’t far behind.
Sean Nethercott’s longtime appreciation for architecture and construction made his decision to enter the real estate field in 2010 an arguable no-brainer. The New Suffolk resident’s background as a business owner further sealed the deal.