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
Coach Joe Mordarski isn’t certain whether Shoreham Wading-River can duplicate last year’s success when it won its first Suffolk County league boys track and field championship in four years. R EAD
Usually when a team has to take a lap it is for punishment.
On Wednesday, the Shoreham-Wading River boys track and field team took a lap, but it was voluntary. (more…)
With the Riverhead High School boys track and field roster bulging at 82 athletes, coach Sal Loverde has quantity. He hopes that will be matched with plenty of quality.
“Things are looking pretty good,” he said. “We have a very competitive schedule. We did a good job of recruiting.” READ
Kian Martelli was hurting — and evidently feeling great at the same time.
The Riverhead High School junior had his share of physical issues. His right knee was bothering him as were both shins. And then there was a hand injury.
“Everything hurts,” he said. READ
Sal Loverde, coach of the Riverhead High School boys winter track team, has a message to deliver: Look out for the Blue Waves.
“The story of this year’s team is we are a youthful program that is going to be on the rise, without question,” he said. READ