On a quest for the program’s fourth Long Island championship in the last five years, Shoreham-Wading River fell short Friday night against Cold Spring Harbor, 42-20. The Seahawks won their first LI title since 2005. READ
Black Friday took on a different meaning for the Shoreham-Wading River football team Friday night.
SWR, bidding for what would have been its fourth Long Island Class IV championship, was denied emphatically by a power-running Cold Spring Harbor team. CSH ran over the Wildcats — literally and figuratively — by a 42-20 score for its third Long Island title and first since 2005. READ
Johnny be good.
Well, actually, Johnny was a lot more than good. How about exceptional? READ
For the upper echelon teams in Division IV, lopsided games are to be expected. The match-ups against lower seeded teams almost inevitably end as one-sided affairs with backups running down the clock in the second half.
It’s those couple games against the fellow top seeds that define a team’s season. (more…)
Xavier Arline dropped back and scanned the field for his receivers. Eight yards separated the Shoreham-Wading River quarterback from a first down. And one more yard after that was the end zone. (more…)
Change is in the air these days with the Shoreham-Wading River High School football team. Sure, it’s a new era, the post-Matt Millheiser era. Yet, even with new players, a new coach and a new offense, one thing remains the same: a winning mentality.
The Wildcats still expect to win games. They expect the same results. They expect to go to the Long Island Class IV championship game and they expect to win that game, too.
That hasn’t changed. READ
A season that began with Sayville ended with Sayville.
That’s how it was for the Shoreham-Wading River High School boys lacrosse team. This season has had its share of bumps in the road for the Wildcats, and that road reached a dead end Thursday. READ