If the past two games are any indication, the Division IV playoffs have a chance to be as competitive as ever.
In consecutive weeks, the Shoreham-Wading River football faced two of the top teams in the division and both games were decided by single digits. READ
Sometimes in order to fully appreciate where it is, a team needs to reflect on where it has been.
The Shoreham-Wading River High School boys soccer team had gone through the ringer, and that was only last year. Since then, however, the scars from that 2-13-1 season have healed nicely.
Now the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls volleyball team can breathe a little bit easier.
Shoreham-Wading River High School’s cross country and track and field star, Katherine Lee, had a teaser for Julie Culley, Georgetown University’s director of track and field/cross country, earlier this week. READ
Shoreham-Wading River coach Russ Mitchinson certainly liked what he had seen in his team’s 5-1 home victory over Riverhead in non-league boys soccer action on Tuesday afternoon.
Anthony Guzzone scored one goal and assisted on another. Joseph Daleo, Michael Lapedota, Robert Marigliano and Kyle Michaelson also added tallies for the Wildcats (8-3-1). READ
Free heart screenings will be available Saturday, Oct. 14, at Albert G. Prodell Middle School in Shoreham.
A strong case could be made for the Shoreham-Wading River defense, which didn’t rest on Friday night.
Sure, Shoreham quarterback Xavier Arline did what he usually does — run for touchdowns — but it was the Wildcats’ physical defense that stole the show, allowing a season-low three points in the team’s 20-3 Suffolk County Division IV football victory at Mount Sinai High School. The result pumped Shoreham’s unbeaten record up to 5-0, and the performance by defensive coordinator Tony Antonucci’s defense had to pump up the Wildcats’ confidence. READ
Shoreham-Wading River passed its first true test of this high school football season Thursday night with flying colors. The Wildcats deserved an “A,” but an “X” would be more appropriate.