Blue ribbons lining the streets from Riverside to Jamesport, honoring fallen New York City Police Detective Brian Simonsen, shimmered bright in the Saturday morning sun as the Greater Jamesport Civic Association presented a scholarship to 17-year-old Riverhead High School senior Jordyn Stromski. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River has a proud history in girls tennis. Eleven league championships, four Suffolk County team finalists. Individually, the Wildcats have produced four county champions and 13 division champs.
Things were sort of sidetracked when SWR’s tennis courts fell into such disrepair that they were closed for a while, but new courts were built in 2016 and the Wildcats have been building up their team since. READ
The heat is on.
As in the heat of a new high school girls tennis season.
But there was also actual heat on Tuesday. Plenty of it. READ
Immediately after East Rockaway put the finishing touches on its third straight Long Island softball championship, Bishop McGann-Mercy assistant coach Bob Fox could be heard telling the Monarchs to keep their heads up. It was only later, during the team’s postgame meeting in the outfield, when they received the go-ahead to let it all out.
“He told us that it was OK to show our emotions, so at that point all of us just started crying,” said junior catcher Jordyn Stromski. READ