12/07/16 7:00pm
12/07/2016 7:00 PM


The dominance over Division II teams in Suffolk County speaks for itself. The Mattituck/Greenport/Southold wrestling team has won 30 straight dual meets entering this season. The Tuckers had seven county champions last year and enter this season with a wrestler ranked top-two in 12 of the weight classes, according to preseason rankings by Long Island Wrestling Association. READ

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12/02/16 12:00pm
12/02/2016 12:00 PM

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The Greenport High School boys basketball team is brimming with confidence these days. So much so that senior center Sam Strickland Jr. stated several weeks ago that he had already made a room reservation for Glens Falls, the longtime site of the New York State final four. READ

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12/01/16 3:00pm
12/01/2016 3:00 PM

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A wealth of talent and the power of positive thinking combined for what amounted to the greatest season in the Mattituck High School girls basketball team’s history.

“It was a great, great time,” coach Steve Van Dood said, recalling his team’s rise to its first Suffolk County and Long Island championships last season. READ

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11/28/16 8:33pm
11/28/2016 8:33 PM

There are reasons why basketball teams play non-league games and the Mattituck High School girls squad was reminded why in their season opener Monday.

The defending Long Island Class B champions certainly had their moments in their 46-42 loss at Westhampton Beach, but the Tuckers realized they had plenty to work on if they want to play into March.

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11/27/16 5:58am
11/27/2016 5:58 AM

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The next generation of Porters has arrived.

While the Greenport High School boys basketball team has endured its struggles over the past two years, there has been talk about good, young players rising through the ranks. Help was on the way. Those good, young players have finally arrived in the form of freshman Ahkee Anderson and sophomores Jaxan Swann and Brandon Clark.

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11/25/16 5:33am
11/25/2016 5:33 AM


Different? Oh, yes. Running is much different in track and field than in football. For one thing, no one’s trying to hit you.

As a quarterback for the Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School football team, Ryan Razzano was running to avoid being hit by 300-pound linemen. On the track, he is running to beat the clock.

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11/21/16 6:00pm
11/21/2016 6:00 PM

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Life’s twists and turns can form some unforeseen developments. Lucas Grigonis knows full well.

Back during the 2004-05 high school boys basketball season, Grigonis was a senior playing for Southold. That season also happened to be the late Phil Reed’s first season in Southold as Jeff Ellis’ assistant coach.