It’s quite appropriate the Riverhead High School girls lacrosse team got an opportunity to celebrate its dramatic 14-13 sudden-death victory over Smithtown East not once, but twice on Saturday.
After junior midfielder Megan Kielbasa scored with 2 minutes, 29 seconds remaining in overtime at Nicholas Schroeder Field, the Smithtown coach asked for a stick check by the referees.
The Shoreham-Wading River High School boys tennis team enters the year as a seasoned side with eager newcomers ready to push their upperclassmen. READ
Coach Joe Mordarski isn’t certain whether Shoreham Wading-River can duplicate last year’s success when it won its first Suffolk County league boys track and field championship in four years. R EAD
They were upset after coming so close to pulling off a big upset.
One by one, members of the Shoreham-Wading River girls basketball team walked slowly off the court at the Sayville gymnasium on Monday night, their eyes teary red. READ
With the start of the Suffolk County Class AA boys basketball playoffs barely a week away, this is not the best time to have your poorest performance of the season.
Yet, playoff-bound Riverhead did just that in a discouraging 75-56 loss to host Bay Shore in a League II game on Tuesday night. (more…)
The game goes down in the record book as a capital L, but the Riverhead boys basketball team hopes to turn Monday’s road loss at Half Hollow Hills East into something positive down its stretch run for the playoffs. READ
In the spirit of the holiday season, the Riverhead High School girls basketball team was in a giving mood Thursday.
Sometimes, however, it was the wrong type of giving that the Blue Waves had in mind, as in giving away the basketball. (more…)
For a league opener in December, Riverhead’s game at Smithtown West Monday certainly was played with the high intensity of a playoff game in February. (more…)