While the final event of the evening played out, the real drama occurred on the infield grass at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School’s Harold T. Murray Memorial Field. Mattituck assistant coach Julie Milliman and McGann-Mercy coach Collin Zeffer knelt down on the infield grass with pens and paper in hand, calculating the scores of the various events in their girls track and field meet.
Then, when the high jump results were conveyed to them, they came up with the final score: 73-73.
A tie. Dead even.
Ten Bishop McGann-Mercy students, representing multiple sports from football to crew, will continue their athletic careers in college next year. READ
Luke Coulter’s storybook season took one more incredible turn Saturday. READ
Call it a tune-up for next week’s state championships. READ
Standing at the starting line, Katherine Lee looked uneasy and unsure of herself, as if it was the first time she had ever stepped on a track. READ
It may have seemed like an odd sight.
At the start of the 3,000-meter race, the first event of Sunday’s small school county championship, one runner was noticeably missing from the field. READ
Riverhead coach Sal Loverde doesn’t hold back on superlatives to describe Luke Coulter.
“Right now he’s poised to develop into potentially the best mid-distance, distance runner we’ve ever had in Riverhead history,” Loverde said. READ
It was another banner year for Meg Tuthill on the track. The McGann-Mercy middle-distance/distance runner qualified for the state championships in both the indoor and outdoor track seasons. READ