Cullen SantaMaria’s cap fell off his head time after time while delivering a pitch. The important thing, though, was the Shoreham-Wading River pitcher never lost his head.
SantaMaria was able to extricate himself from trouble at times, and the same could be said for his relief, Blake Osness. The two juniors persevered under pressure, steering SWR to a 4-2 victory over Elwood/John Glenn in Wednesday’s Suffolk County League VII baseball game. READ
And it’s Shoreham-Wading River by a nose!
Make that Wesley Pase’s nose.
Needing to take one of the three relay races in order to secure its first dual-meet win of the season, the SWR boys track and field team did just that Monday, thanks to some gutsy running by Pase. READ
Nothing was going to rain on Shoreham-Wading River’s parade to the Suffolk County Division IV football championship game — not even, well, the rain.
First the Wildcats played in the rain, and then they were singing in the rain. READ
Even before teams take on the monumental task of trying to topple the Elwood/John Glenn High School girls volleyball team, they are reminded of how difficult it would be.
Beyond the fact the Knights are 11-0 this season, the walls of the Northport school’s gymnasium are plastered with 28 championship banners commemorating teams that have captured league, Suffolk County and New York State championships. READ
Shoreham-Wading River passed its first true test of this high school football season Thursday night with flying colors. The Wildcats deserved an “A,” but an “X” would be more appropriate.
With 8 minutes, 47 seconds remaining in a tied game against rival Elwood/John Glenn, Shoreham-Wading River’s Nicky Constant found herself on a breakaway against goalkeeper Olivia Mule.
The junior forward didn’t shoot it hard enough and Mule saved the attempt. READ
The first two rows of bleachers behind home plate at Shoreham-Wading River High School’s Kevin Williams Memorial Field were marked as reserved seating on Monday. They were set aside for pro scouts.
That could only mean one thing: Brian Morrell was scheduled to pitch.
You might say the Shoreham-Wading River High School softball team is playing with a chip on its shoulder these days.
“I think so,” coach John King said. “They’ve come out every single game trying to do that from the start.”