On a quest for the program’s fourth Long Island championship in the last five years, Shoreham-Wading River fell short Friday night against Cold Spring Harbor, 42-20. The Seahawks won their first LI title since 2005. READ
Black Friday took on a different meaning for the Shoreham-Wading River football team Friday night.
SWR, bidding for what would have been its fourth Long Island Class IV championship, was denied emphatically by a power-running Cold Spring Harbor team. CSH ran over the Wildcats — literally and figuratively — by a 42-20 score for its third Long Island title and first since 2005. READ
Daniel Striano rushed for three second-half touchdowns to power Cold Spring Harbor past Shoreham-Wading River, 42-20, in Friday night’s Class IV Long Island Championship. READ
Johnny be good.
Well, actually, Johnny was a lot more than good. How about exceptional? READ
Tonight’s scheduled Suffolk County Division IV football final between No. 2 seed Shoreham-Wading River (9-1) and No. 1 Mount Sinai (10-0) has been rescheduled for Friday at 4 p.m. Section XI said it rescheduled the game as a safety precaution, with a mix of rain and snow forecast for later today. READ
As 22-mile-per-hour winds swirled around Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, and the wind-chill factor made it feel like 12 degrees, the Riverhead Blue Waves huddled inside their locker room preparing for the Division II county championship against West Islip.
A calm silence fell over the group. 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