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02/22/17 4:00pm
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Jason Louser is a humble sort, but the Shoreham-Wading River High School sophomore was something else at the conclusion of the 500-yard freestyle race in the Section XI Championships at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood on Saturday. He was tired. Make that more than tired.

“He was exhausted, but he was relieved,” his coach, Joyce Brown, said. “That’s what I saw on his face, ‘Holy smoke, I’m glad it’s over.’ ” READ

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11/13/16 8:55am
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After all Brianna Cybulski had done to qualify for the Section XI Swimming Championships for the first time, her appearance in street clothes last Saturday morning, moving about with the aid of crutches, was anticlimactic, to say the least.

Cybulski tripped and fell last Thursday evening, spraining ligaments in her right foot.
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07/27/14 6:00am
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The pool on a property in Southold.

The pool on a property in Southold.

It seems that every summer, amid all the poolside, bayside and oceanside fun being had, you hear about a few startling water accidents no one ever saw coming.

Dr. Maribeth Chitkara, associate professor of clinical pediatrics at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital, took a few minutes to share some tips, and dispel a few myths, that can help ensure that your family plays it safe in the water this summer.  (more…)

11/24/12 8:00am
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ROBERT O’ROURK FILE PHOTO | At Shoreham-Wading River Debi-Michelle Jantzen won four county titles. As a freshman at Princeton last weekend, she won a Division I national championship.

FIELD HOCKEY: National champs Shoreham-Wading River graduate Debi-Michelle Jantzen won the Division I field hockey national championship Sunday as a member of the Princeton field hockey team. Princeton defeated North Carolina 3-2 in the championship game in Norfolk, Va. to claim to program’s first national title.

Jantzen, a freshman midfielder, played in 14 games this season for Princeton. She scored one goal and had one assist.

Princeton went 21-1 this season and won a 3-2 overtime game against Maryland last Friday in the semifinals to advance to the championship game.

At Shoreham Jantzen was one of the most prolific players to ever come through the program. A six-year varsity player, she helped lead the Wildcats to four county championships. She was Long Island’s top scorer as a junior and was a four-time all-state player.

SWIMMING: Anderson 12th Shoreham-Wading River eighth-grader Emily Anderson finished 12th overall in the 100-yard breastroke at the New York State championship last weekend in Ithaca. Anderson swam in the ‘B’ final and touched the wall in 1 minute 7.68 seconds.

Sewanhaka senior Olivia Chan won the event in automatic all-America time of 1:02.83.

Anderson was the only independent swimmer from Shoreham to qualify for the state championship.

BOYS SOCCER: Kicking in relief Two East End Football Club teams, the United ’98 under-14 boys and the Earthquakes under-13 boys, played in a fundraising tournament hosted by the East Islip Soccer Club this past weekend. All of the tournament registration fees went toward local relief efforts. In addition, teams and individuals made donations of nonperishable food and clothing. The tournament had 35 clubs and 115 teams play in 174 games that were refereed by volunteer refs from the Long Island Junior Soccer League.