As Ryan Carrick headed off the infield following the medal awards ceremony, he ran into a couple of friendly faces. “Do you like the bling?” the Riverhead High School senior asked them, referring to the eye-catching medal draped around his neck.
What wasn’t there to like? READ
Kian Martelli sounded like an enthusiastic spectator, not a participant.
The Riverhead High School triple jumper seemed to thoroughly enjoy the competition he was involved in during the Section XI state qualifier Monday night at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood. READ
When the starter’s gun shot off, Ryan Carrick took off. The Riverhead High School senior bolted toward the front and was in third place a couple of hundred yards into the 3.1-mile boys championship cross-country race in the Section XI Division Championships at Sunken Meadow State Park.
Carrick looked good and said he had felt good, but his daring start caught up to him. READ
They’re Ryan and Ryan.
No, it’s not a law firm, just Riverhead High School’s top two cross-country runners. READ
Chalk this one up for the “older” guys.
In running, young legs help, but veteran know-how comes in handy, too. READ
Ryan Carrick is following in some big footsteps, literally and figuratively. READ
The heat was on — literally and figuratively.
For cross-country runners, the Section XI Championships, a state qualifying meet, are akin to a pass-or-fail test.
“Final exam time,” said Bishop McGann-Mercy coach Les Williams. READ