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05/01/17 8:50pm
05/01/2017 8:50 PM

Bill King has been around the high school softball scene long enough to know that you can’t take anything for granted. Nothing.

Just because his Shoreham-Wading River team had beaten Hampton Bays last month, 7-0, didn’t mean anything Monday when the teams met in a rematch. And just because the Wildcats loaded the bases with none out in the sixth inning, it was no guarantee of a big inning.
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02/16/17 5:46pm
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Concepcion Choy of Riverhead is an immigrant from Guatemala who has lived in the United States for 12 years. (Credit: Kelly Zegers)

A social media post early Thursday morning from Aldo’s Coffee in Greenport read: “We are open on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and every other national holiday. Today, we are closed.”

This message was accompanied by a photo of a sign that read “In support of our people and #ADayWithoutImmigrants.”

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11/02/16 8:47am
11/02/2016 8:47 AM

Shoreham-Wading River players Ethan Wiederkehr #40, Logan Snyder #56 and Kevin Cutinella #7 carry the #54 Thomas Cutinella banner onto the field prior to the start of their game against Center Moriches at Shoreham-Wading River High School on September 9, 2016.

The high school football playoffs have arrived, and with them come a familiar opponent for Shoreham-Wading River.

On Friday evening, second-seeded Shoreham (6-2) will face No. 7 Hampton Bays (4-4) — the same team it played this past Friday night in the final regular-season game for both teams — in a Suffolk County Division IV quarterfinal. The only difference is this time Shoreham will play on its home field.
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