At times, Stacy Halsey contemplates changing the color of her race car.
Currently, her 1985 Monte Carlo is an impossible-to-miss shade of dark pink — raspberry, she calls it — a conspicuous color, especially when you’re the only female driver competing in the 8-cylinder Enduro division at Riverhead Raceway. READ
The identity of the Mount Sinai football program under coach Vinnie Ammirato has always been centered around the run game. The Mustangs historically view running the ball as option 1A, 1B and 1C. READ
The first half alone was a virtual highlight package of clinical finishing. Shoreham-Wading River’s offensive explosion was a sight to behold. One tremendous goal was better than the next. READ
What the 2019 high school football season had in store for Riverhead was a curious mystery of sorts. The Blue Waves had never played in Suffolk County Division I before, so in making the jump from Division II, they were plunging into the unknown. READ
A good stiff arm makes it hard to bring Maysonet down.
One of the greatest running backs to ever step foot in Stony Brook University’s Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium has been immortalized.
Riverhead High School graduate Miguel Maysonet was inducted into the Stony Brook University Department of Athletics Hall of Fame this past weekend. READ
The smiles and laughs were as plentiful as the tennis balls on the Riverhead High School courts during Tuesday’s practice. Some players were even dancing and singing. READ
Looking back, William Burkowsky said he wishes he had played football throughout his high school career. He grew up playing PAL with many of his current teammates on the Blue Waves. READ
The color of the day was clearly pink — for the Dig Pink girls volleyball match at Miller Place High School — but Shoreham-Wading River was feeling blue. READ