A remarkable season for the Shoreham-Wading River football team came to an end Sunday night at Stony Brook University. The Wildcats capped a 12-0 season with a 47-13 win over Roosevelt in the Class IV Long Island Championship. (more…)
CLASS A LONG ISLAND FINALS | CYCLONES 2, WILDCATS 1 (OT)
It took until a chilly night in November, in the 104th minute of a championship game, for the Shoreham-Wading River girls soccer team to feel the agony of defeat.
The Wildcats fell 2-1 to perennial champion South Side Saturday night in the Class A Long Island Championship at Dowling Sports Complex. (more…)
CLASS II Long Island Championship
Carey 20, Riverhead 6
The Riverhead Blue Waves fell to the Carey Seahawks 20-6 in the Class II Long Island Football Championship at Hofstra Stadium Friday.
It was the second straight year the county champion Waves lost in the Long Island title game.
It’s the first L.I. championship for Carey of Franklin Square, which scored all three of its touchdowns during a nine-minute stretch in the second quarter. The Seahawks hadn’t won a Nassau County title since 1978.
Jaron Greenidge scored Riverhead’s only touchdown on a 14-yard pass from quarterback Cody Smith with 9:21 left in the fourth quarter. The Waves threatened to score again with about two minutes to play, but turned it over on downs five yards from the goal line.
Smith was 21 of 32 passing for 161 yards and the one score. He rushed for 42 yards on 8 carries.
Running back Ryun Moore — filling in for Jeremiah Cheatom, who was academically ineligible — had 20 carries for 126 yards. Moore also had a team-high seven tackles for the Waves.
Riverhead receiver Ryan Hubbard caught eight passes for 71 yards. Teammate Darren Jefferson had seven catches for 57 yards.
Carey quarterback Ray Catapano was 7 of 16 passing for 92 yards and one touchdown. He also scored on a 7-yard scramble.
Seahawks receiver Andrew Ris, who caught the one score from Catapano, also threw for a 35-yard touchdown to Nick Spillane.
Conor Colasurdo of Carey led all players with 8.5 tackles.
Riverhead actually outgained Carey 316 yards to 268.
Read a recap of our live blog below:
Now, for an encore.
After last week’s stunning last-second win in the county championship, the Riverhead Blue Waves return to the field today for their final game of the 2013 season. The Blue Waves will face Carey at 4:30 p.m. at Hofstra University for the Class II Long Island Championship.
Check back tonight for a live blog from Stony Brook for real time updates on the game.
For a recap of Riverhead’s season thus far, click on the timeline below: