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12/07/19 5:55am
12/07/2019 5:55 AM

Shoreham-Wading River athletes who intend to continue playing their sport in college were recognized at a signing ceremony last month. A total of 16 athletes, who play lacrosse, soccer, baseball, field hockey and crew, were honored. READ

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06/21/19 6:01am
06/21/2019 6:01 AM

The Wildcats huddle together. (Credit: Christopher Cecere)

The road to the New York State championship this year ended in Rochester, a roughly seven-hour drive from the campus of Shoreham-Wading River High School. In June 2020, the state championship game returns much closer to home, at a site of so many memorable games in the program’s history: Hofstra University. READ

06/09/19 6:01am
06/09/2019 6:01 AM

The Shoreham-Wading River boys lacrosse team led start to finish in Saturday’s Class C New York State championship game against Jamesville-DeWitt. The Wildcats’ 12-7 victory brought them the program’s fourth state title.

Junior Xavier Arline scored five goals with two assists to lead the Wildcats’ attack.

The Wildcats finish the season 18-5.

See more photos from the championship below:

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06/08/19 6:43pm
06/08/2019 6:43 PM

From an early age, Dominick Visintin dreamed of this moment.

The senior grew up embedded in the Shoreham-Wading River lacrosse program. He gravitated toward the sport by pre-school and watched his older brother Anthony become a standout for the Wildcats. (more…)

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06/05/19 7:37pm
06/05/2019 7:37 PM

All one has to do is look at the youth sprinkled throughout the Shoreham-Wading River High School boys lacrosse team’s roster to see that the Wildcats have a bright future ahead of them. And their present isn’t that bad, either. READ

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06/01/19 9:14pm
06/01/2019 9:14 PM

Shoreham-Wading River has its Xs and Os in place. An X (the supremely talented Xavier Arline) is a big part of its O (offense).

But it was another SWR lacrosse player, Gavin Gregorek, who stepped to the forefront when the Wildcats needed him most. READ