Johnny be good.
Well, actually, Johnny was a lot more than good. How about exceptional? READ
Tonight’s scheduled Suffolk County Division IV football final between No. 2 seed Shoreham-Wading River (9-1) and No. 1 Mount Sinai (10-0) has been rescheduled for Friday at 4 p.m. Section XI said it rescheduled the game as a safety precaution, with a mix of rain and snow forecast for later today. READ
As 22-mile-per-hour winds swirled around Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, and the wind-chill factor made it feel like 12 degrees, the Riverhead Blue Waves huddled inside their locker room preparing for the Division II county championship against West Islip.
A calm silence fell over the group. READ
Nothing was going to rain on Shoreham-Wading River’s parade to the Suffolk County Division IV football championship game — not even, well, the rain.
First the Wildcats played in the rain, and then they were singing in the rain. READ
Shoreham-Wading River hit the high school football playoffs running. Literally.
The second-seeded Wildcats ran for 481 yards and ran up a 60-14 thumping of No. 7 Port Jefferson in a Suffolk County Division IV playoff qualifier Friday night at Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field in Shoreham. It’s the most points SWR has scored in a game this season. READ
When a football team has a running game like Shoreham-Wading River does, there are going to be runaways.
The Wildcats capped off their successful regular season Friday night by running away to a 51-21 rout of rival Bayport-Blue Point at Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field in Shoreham. Quarterback Xavier Arline ran for four touchdowns (giving him 22 for the season) and 272 yards on 13 carries. Running back Dominic Visintin had two TDs and 153 yards on eight carries in SWR’s sixth straight win. It was the most points the Wildcats have scored in a game this season. READ
Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School’s closing this past June didn’t mean the end of the playing careers for a number of former Monarchs. Three of them didn’t have to go far to find new football homes.
Seniors Austin Beyrodt and Liam Egan and junior Ethan Aube all say they have made the adjustment, trading in their Mercy green and gold for Riverhead blue. READ