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05/09/17 9:07pm
05/09/2017 9:07 PM

Sam Dickerson’s timing couldn’t be better — at the plate and in terms of the season, with the playoffs right around the corner.

Dickerson said he had started the high school baseball season hitting the ball pretty well before falling into a little slump.
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04/21/17 9:46pm
04/21/2017 9:46 PM

A high school softball game that was basically all about offense came down to pitching and defense for the final at-bat.

Bishop McGann-Mercy had seen what had been a 13-6 lead in the fifth inning shrink down to an uncomfortable one-run margin in the bottom of the seventh inning at Mattituck High School on Friday.
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04/04/17 9:31pm
04/04/2017 9:31 PM

It’s not something that is seen every day, an athlete from one team cheering on an athlete from another team, a rival team at that.

But there was Kait Butterfield of the Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School girls track and field team urging on Mattituck’s Melanie Pfennig during a race Tuesday. The two seniors are living proof that rivals can be good friends.
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03/16/17 4:59pm
03/16/2017 4:59 PM

From left: Susan Trojanoski Hedges, Kelsey Cheslock and Michelle Corbett rehearse a scene from the comedy “The Female of the Species.” (Photos: Rory MacNish/North Fork Community Theatre)

“The Female of the Species,” a comedy/satire by Joanna Murray-Smith, opens Friday, March 17, at North Fork Community Theatre, 12700 Old Sound Ave., Mattituck. Performances continue Fridays-Sundays through April 2.

The plot: Feminist pioneer, author and teacher Margot Mason is confronted in her country home by a gun-wielding former student who chains her to her desk. She also must face her daughter, who is dealing with her own crisis. Joining the fray are a sensitive son-in-law, a macho taxi driver and a flamboyant publisher. The play contains adult language.

The cast includes Susan Trojanoski Hedges, Kelsey Cheslock, Michelle Corbett, John Lovett, John Hudson and Kyle Cranston. The production is directed by Bob Kaplan.

Show times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $20, with student rush admission of $16 offered 10 minutes before curtain, if available.

Call 631-298-6328 or visit nfct.com for reservations.

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Kelsey Cheslock and Susan Trojanoski Hedges.

Kelsey Cheslock and Michelle Corbett.

John Hudson (left) and John Lovett.

Susan Trojanoski Hedges, Kyle Cranston and John Lovett.

Susan Trojanoski Hedges, John Lovett, Kelsey Cheslock and Michelle Corbett.

Susan Trojanoski and Kelsey Cheslock.

02/22/17 6:00am
02/22/2017 6:00 AM

Steve King

When it opened in 1977, East End Sporting Goods was one of the first stores of its kind in the area. Steve King, then a full-time high school teacher, had a passion and an idea to start something new on the North Fork. Business has certainly changed through the years, expanding to meet tourism trends and needs of local clients.

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