Faculty from Aquebogue Elementary School celebrate. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
The Riverhead Parent-Teacher Organization executive council hosted its 4th annual Crazy Sports Night at the high school gym Friday night.
The bleachers were packed for the popular event and staff from all schools within the district, as well as the administration, took part in several crazy sports including a hula hoop pass, newspaper races, a basketball three-point shoot-around and more. (more…)
A fourth-grade Phillips Avenue teacher was revived by EMTs and volunteers in the Riverhead High School gym during Friday night’s Crazy Sports Night event. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
Hours after he collapsed at Riverhead High School’s Crazy Sports Night and was revived by a team of Riverhead EMTs and medical volunteers from the crowd, Phillips Avenue teacher Lonnie Hughes is in good condition Saturday morning, school officials said.
“He’s OK … He was smiling, joking around,” said Superintendent Nancy Carney. “The police and the EMTs were great.” (more…)
Riverhead High School’s Crazy Sports Night last year raised more than $5,000 for the Brendan House. (Credit: Riverhead School District)
The craziness will be back in Riverhead March 21.
The Riverhead PTO Executive Council is hosting the annual Crazy Sports Night in the high school gym to raise money for the New Beginnings Brendan House. Last year’s event raised more than $5,000 for Brendan House, a facility for victims of traumatic brain injury on Sound Avenue in Riverhead. (more…)
RIVERHEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT PHOTO | Riverhead High School emerged on top at Friday night’s Crazy Sports Night, which raised money for the Brendan House.
From crawling under barriers to hula-hooping, Riverhead teachers and staffers left it all on the court Friday night at the annual Crazy Sports Night, a fundraiser for the Brendan House.
Teams were based on each school, plus the district office, and the high school won by winning the final tug of war event against the middle school. The high school team, wearing blue T-shirts, dethroned the defending champs by the slimmest of margins.
The sports night inside the Riverhead High School gym featured an obstacle course, a 3-point shot competition, a scooter race and a three-legged sack race.
Riverhead principal Dave Wicks served as the referee while Doc Greenberger and Lorene Custer entertained the crowd by emceeing the event.
The event raised $5,427 for the Brendan House home for victims of traumatic brain injury on Sound Avenue in Riverhead. Michael Hubbard, the Riverhead teen who suffered brain damage after a gel candle explosion two years ago and has since been recovering in an upstate children’s hospital, will be one resident of the home.
RIVERHEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT PHOTO | Representatives from the Brendan House at Friday night’s Crazy Sports Night.