Courtney Wrigley has come far, much further than many of her younger teammates on the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls volleyball team might expect.
Back when Wrigley was an 11-year-old, one of some 80 hopefuls trying out for a middle school team, she was far from the polished player she has become. READ
The match started off downright ugly. It was sometimes hard to watch with service errors and all sorts of other mistakes by both teams. Then things took a welcomed turn to mildly interesting.
From there, however, it unexpectedly made a huge leap to absolutely captivating.
Playoff volleyball on Halloween. Now what is more fun than that?
East Hampton coach Kathryn McGeehan had a reply: How about playoff volleyball the day after Halloween?
The Shoreham-Wading River High School girls volleyball team didn’t get the result it was looking for. Then again, the Wildcats could take some good things away from their final regular-season match Thursday.
In a playoff tuneup for both teams, visiting Sayville defeated Shoreham, 25-22, 25-18, 25-19, in a Suffolk County League VI match.
It’s all about the future for the Riverhead High School girls volleyball team. Coach Kristin Andrejack is quick to make that point.
The Riverhead High School girls volleyball team sees itself as a team of the future, with better days ahead. On Thursday the Blue Waves faced a team of the present, with quite an impressive past.
Smithtown East is seeking its 10th straight league championship, according to coach George Alamia, and judging by the way the Bulls played, it would not be wise to bet against them. They walked into the Riverhead gym, bringing along a large stuffed unicorn (wearing a red Smithtown East shirt) and plenty of talent.
Jeff Trelewicz didn’t hesitate for a moment.
When Bishop McGann-Mercy athletic director Melissa Edwards asked Trelewicz if he would like to become head coach of the high school’s girls volleyball team, he didn’t need to think it over.
If the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls volleyball team wants a souvenir to remember its 2015 season by, it might want to consider creating a T-shirt.