Before the postgame interview even began, Cece Khan apologized to the reporter for having to watch the game that was just played. A competitive basketball player, the Riverhead point guard takes losses to heart.
Khan had expected a competitive game. She believed Riverhead would pull out a win in its Suffolk County League II opener Friday.
Not only did that not happen, it wasn’t even close. READ
Shoreham-Wading River High School wrestling coach Joe Condon knows he has a very good core returning for this season and plenty of depth. But can the Wildcats excel enough to overcome the likes of Mount Sinai, a two-time state champion? READ
You gotta have heart.
Unquestionably, the Riverhead Blue Waves have heart. They also have A.J. Johnson, Albert Daniels and a fighting spirit, not to mention a glistening 3-0 record at the start of their high school boys basketball season. READ
Lawrence Mandresh appreciates the value of chemistry — both in the classroom and on the basketball court. READ
Albert Daniels is a guard in a big man’s body.
That’s how Riverhead coach John Rossetti describes the top player on his high school boys basketball team. (more…)
The controversial call still sticks. The memory of it may not go away any time soon.
A questionable foul was whistled against Shoreham-Wading River, leading to the game-winning free throw for Sayville with 4.4 seconds left in a Suffolk County Class A outbracket girls basketball game last season. That sort of memory is not easily deleted. READ
Thirteen Riverhead High School seniors will continue their athletic careers in college. The students, mostly girls lacrosse players, wore their college apparel during a signing ceremony Friday in the district’s athletic office. READ
Riverhead senior Christina Yakaboski ran the fastest time for a Suffolk County Class A girl in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Cross Country Championships Saturday. READ