The undefeated record is no more.
Shoreham-Wading River joined the ranks of high school softball teams that have a mark against them in the “L” column Saturday. The Wildcats had difficulty handling pitcher Karissa Lawrence and not even a late home run by Melissa Marchese was enough to prevent a seven-game win streak from coming to an end with a 5-2 defeat at Rocky Point High School.
The Shoreham-Wading River Board of Education is scheduled to appoint a new school district superintendent at Tuesday’s meeting.
Gerard Poole, who currently works as assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the Freeport School District, will replace interim superintendent Neil Lederer on July 1.
Payton Capes-Davis made quite a splash — in more ways than one — in her introduction to the 2,000-meter steeplechase on Wednesday.
The Shoreham-Wading River High School senior, running the event for the first time, won in stunning fashion. Afterward, she had a first-place medal as well as a bloodied right knee and left shin to show for it.
No-hitters never get old. Just ask Brian Morrell.
The Shoreham-Wading River High School pitcher should know better than most people. On Monday he threw the fourth no-hitter of his high school career.
While on vacation in California a few months ago, Christian Wesselborg spent his free time editing a 10-minute informative video he’d made with friend and fellow Shoreham-Wading River student Liam Clifford.
The first two rows of bleachers behind home plate at Shoreham-Wading River High School’s Kevin Williams Memorial Field were marked as reserved seating on Monday. They were set aside for pro scouts.
That could only mean one thing: Brian Morrell was scheduled to pitch.
Shoreham-Wading River administrators announced at the March 21 meeting that the Board of Education has reinstated the annual senior class trip to Disney World, having been convinced by the Class of 2017 that it has educational value. READ
Shoreham-Wading River assistant district superintendent Glen Arcuri gave a budget presentation last Tuesday to discuss upcoming changes to facilities, technology, community programs, health services and personnel for the 2017-18 school year. READ