The hardest part of Scott Hackal’s job as the Riverhead High School boys bowling coach these days may be right before matches. That’s when he has to figure out what names to jot down in his five-bowler lineup.
As simple as that sounds, it’s not easy. Not with this team. READ
Sometimes the ball just will not go in the darn basket.
That’s how it is with basketball sometimes. It can be an exasperating thing, as evidenced by the anguished look on the face of Shoreham-Wading River’s Tom Bell. Bell shuddered with frustration after his team’s difficult 32-27 loss at home to Sayville on Saturday morning. READ
When numbers are down like this, it can be a challenge not to get down.
Riverhead High School has a small enough wrestling team as it is with numbers, so when a spate of injuries struck the Blue Waves, they really hurt. READ
At 5-11, Kristina Dunn is taller than many of the high school players she competes against on the basketball court, and yet, Dunn knows what it’s like to play in someone’s shadow. READ
Three Riverhead High School records were broken Saturday night in the Marine Corps Holiday Classic at The Armory in Manhattan. Miasha Pittman set new marks in the preliminaries of the 200 (26.53 seconds) and 400 meters (1:02.50). READ
On a sunny Saturday morning in April, the Riverhead Little League celebrated its 66th opening day. Players from T-ball through the majors for both softball and baseball marched during a parade of teams at Stotzky Park in Riverhead. READ
Shoreham-Wading River celebrates their victory over Mount Sinai for the Suffolk County Division IV Football Championship. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)
Shoreham-Wading River hit the high school football playoffs running. Literally.
As the second seed in the Division IV playoffs, the Wildcats opened the postseason by tallying 481 yards in a rout of No. 7 Port Jefferson, 60-14. READ
Since cheerleading became an officially sanctioned sport, Riverhead has emerged as one of the top teams in the county amid a field of talented teams. In 2018, which included the end of one season and the beginning of another, the Blue Waves continued that tradition. READ