The lights went down after the youth cast of “Seussical” took their bows Sunday, Aug. 5, marking the end of the North Fork Community Theatre’s 60th season. A week later, to celebrate, the theater’s board president Mary Kalich grasped a sledgehammer, took a deep breath, and swung at the stage. READ
In many respects, Luke Kosmynka’s season has mirrored that of the Mattituck High School boys tennis team. Both knew they were going to be competitive, they just didn’t know how competitive.
Well, both have exceeded expectations. The Tuckers (10-2, 10-1), who lost several seniors to graduation, are tied with Southampton for the Suffolk County League VIII lead and Kosmynka could not have asked for a better season as the No. 2 singles player. He is a perfect 11-0. READ
The hamlet of Mattituck is home to many attractions for locals and weekend visitors. From the popular Love Lane, where you will find some of our favorite businesses, to Mattituck Inlet, beaches and backroads surrounded by farmland, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Ben Eager (from left), Kat Motlenski, Jason Rios (standing), David Lopez, Leah Kerensky and Ryan Nowak, cast members of ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ at North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck. (Credit: North Fork Community Theatre/Katharine Schroeder)
North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck will continue its 60th-anniversary season with the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” on Thursdays to Sundays, March 8 to 25. Show times are 8 p.m. Thursdays to Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays.
It’s up for debate whether Mattituck and Bishop McGann-Mercy share a girls basketball rivalry. Is it a full-fledged rivalry or merely case of familiarity breeding contempt?
Asked how she would you describe the playing relationship between the two teams, Mattituck’s Liz Dwyer answered: “Nasty. We both just really want to win so we go out there and give it our all and sometimes it gets a little messy.” READ
Senior nights are known for emotions and tears, but the only visible emotion on Mattituck’s side Friday night was joy. And there were no tears, just smiles.
For good reason, too. In the final regular-season home game for Liz Dwyer and the rest of Mattituck’s seniors, they won and in the process clinched a share of the Suffolk County League VII girls basketball championship. READ