10/25/16 8:23pm
10/25/2016 8:23 PM

Mattituck runner Melanie Pfennig 102516

Melanie Pfennig marvels at it all. Every year the Mattituck High School girls cross-country team loses good runners to graduation and every year the Tuckers fill the missing pieces. Somehow, the Tuckers find a way to get better and better.

Now, Pfennig said, “I think this is the best Mattituck team we ever had.”

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10/24/16 12:00pm
10/24/2016 12:00 PM

Greenport:Southold:Mattituck football player Chance Anderson 101816

Chance Anderson’s pleasant demeanor and friendly face can lead to false impressions. Make no mistake, when he is on the football field, Anderson is a bruising hitter, not hesitant at all about lowering his shoulder into an opponent.

That hard-nosed playing style is what earned Anderson the nickname “Rhino.”

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10/21/16 11:48pm
10/21/2016 11:48 PM

Greenport:Southold:Mattituck football player Jordan Fonseca 102116

Like ghostly figures from a horror flick, they slowly emerged from the thick fog that had eerily descended upon Dorrie Jackson Memorial Field, making for a rather surreal scene. The dejected looks on the faces of the Greenport/Southold/Mattituck players reflected the pain they undoubtedly felt in their hearts as they quietly trudged by on the rain-soaked field.

The Porters knew they lost a lot more than a high school football game.

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10/19/16 9:25pm
10/19/2016 9:25 PM

Greenport:Southold field hockey 101916

The tears were kept to a minimum while the enjoyment was maximized by the Greenport/Southold high school field hockey team on Wednesday night.

From the pregame Senior Night ceremony at Greenport High School’s Dorrie Jackson Memorial Field to the 3-0 win over Babylon to the food and fun afterward, the evening was judged an all-around success for the Clippers.

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10/15/16 9:45pm
10/15/2016 9:45 PM

Mattituck soccer player Tommy Sullivan 101516

A tie with archrival Center Moriches felt more like a loss to the Mattituck High School boys soccer team Saturday.

The Tuckers squandered a two-goal, second-half lead en route to a frustrating 3-3 draw in Suffolk County League VII action in Mattituck’s homecoming game. Due to dwindling daylight, only one overtime period was played.