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03/23/17 7:00pm
03/23/2017 7:00 PM

Debbie Lutjen has been teaching golf in her physical education classes at Shoreham-Wading River High School for 22 years. The past five years she has pushed for the school to field a girls golf team.

Lutjen’s efforts have reached fruition. This year, for the first time, a Shoreham girls team is hitting the links.
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03/22/17 7:00pm
03/22/2017 7:00 PM

It came across as a revelation. About halfway through the last high school girls lacrosse season, Shoreham-Wading River coach Brittany Davis heard one of her players exclaim, “Oh my God, we’re good!”

If the Wildcats didn’t know how good they were at the beginning of last season, they sure do now. An overtime loss to Mount Sinai — its second one-goal defeat to the Mustangs in 2016 — is all that kept Shoreham from reaching the Suffolk County Class C championship game.
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03/21/17 6:01am
03/21/2017 6:01 AM

Two friends and former softball players who coached together last season are both now coaching at their respective alma maters, in the same town, less than a mile away from each other.

After one year of coaching at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School, Jackie Zilnicki has slid over to take over the team at Riverhead High School, where she pitched, played shortstop and centerfield. Meanwhile, Zilnicki’s former assistant coach at Mercy, Rose Horton, takes over the Monarchs, the team she used to pitch for. Both coaches graduated from those schools in 2008.
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03/20/17 6:00am

Zebediah Berliner can “sing” entire songs without uttering a word.

He’s so good at it that next month he’ll perform two songs at a Good Friday concert at Mattituck Presbyterian Church. But instead of singing along like everyone else, Zebediah will stand at the side of the stage and sign the songs. READ

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03/19/17 6:01am
03/19/2017 6:01 AM

Individual awards are awfully nice, and Brian Morrell has won some real nice ones, but this year the Shoreham-Wading River High School senior wants to win some other things: championships.

Whether they be league, county, Long Island, regional or state, Morrell wants his Shoreham baseball team to claim one championship after another.
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