Shoreham-Wading River opened its high school boys high school lacrosse season in mid-season form Monday afternoon.
The Wildcats rolled to a 5-0 advantage midway through the first quarter and recorded a 17-7 non-league home win over St. John the Baptist. READ
It won’t take long for the Shoreham-Wading River Wildcats to get a sense of what this year’s team is made of. READ
These days, most sports fields, arenas and parks bear the name of a particular corporate sponsor.
Remember Shea Stadium? Its newest incarnation, built in 2009, is called Citi Field. The Meadowlands? In 2010, a replacement stadium was briefly known as The New Meadowlands. Then MetLife purchased the naming rights at a reported annual cost of $17 million to $20 million.
But in the Shoreham-Wading River school district, the opposite is taking place. READ
In a digital era dominated by tablets and iPhones, the opportunity to simply read a book remains a luxury in areas of the world like Kenya.
So when Kevin Mann and his wife, Aida, made their eighth trip to the East African country last month, they brought plenty of extra luggage to help address that problem. READ
On the first day of girls track and field practice at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School, recent all-New York State athlete Meg Tuthill reminded her teammates about the Monarchs’ winning tradition. READ
After finishing at 5-1 last year, the Shoreham Wading-River High School boys track and field team will face new and greater challenges this spring. The Wildcats have moved up a league from Suffolk County League VII to VI. READ
As it turns out, you can go home again. At least the Shoreham-Wading River high school boys tennis team can.
After two years as road warriors, the Wildcats have a true place to call home.
From an outsider’s perspective, last season had all the makings of a rebuilding year at Shoreham-Wading River. The Wildcats introduced a new coach, Mike Taylor, their third in three years. READ