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04/29/17 5:50pm
04/29/2017 5:50 PM

When two high school girls lacrosse teams that have only one loss between them and are among the best in their respective divisions play each other, it’s going to be a good one. Saturday’s non-league showdown between Eastport-South Manor and Shoreham-Wading River did not disappoint.

Both teams’ credentials spoke for themselves. Eastport, the first-place team in Suffolk County Division II, is the defending county Class B champion. Shoreham, which is second in Division III, was a county Class C semifinalist last year with hopes for bigger and better things this year.
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03/22/17 7:00pm
03/22/2017 7:00 PM

It came across as a revelation. About halfway through the last high school girls lacrosse season, Shoreham-Wading River coach Brittany Davis heard one of her players exclaim, “Oh my God, we’re good!”

If the Wildcats didn’t know how good they were at the beginning of last season, they sure do now. An overtime loss to Mount Sinai — its second one-goal defeat to the Mustangs in 2016 — is all that kept Shoreham from reaching the Suffolk County Class C championship game.
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04/02/16 2:19pm
04/02/2016 2:19 PM

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Seeing is believing. What the Shoreham-Wading River Wildcats saw through the raindrops on Saturday made them true believers — in themselves.

If the Wildcats were suffering from lagging self-confidence, they certainly received a significant boost that may be worth even more than the power-rating points they earned with their 11-7 victory over Mattituck/Greenport/Southold in a girls lacrosse game at Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field in Shoreham.
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03/16/16 8:00pm
03/16/2016 8:00 PM

#30 Sophia Triandafils finds the cutter

As a senior at Shoreham-Wading River in 2007, Brittany Davis capped her high school career the way every player dreams: holding a trophy as a state champion. Davis played an integral role in the early years of the Wildcats’ program, earning All-Long Island honors while ushering in a dynasty that saw the team win five state titles in six years.  (more…)