Mattituck grad Erica Bundrick. (Credit: Saint Michael’s College)
Erica Bundrick, a sophomore from Mattituck, is one of six Saint Michael’s College (Vt.) players who have landed All-Northeast 10 Conference honors. Bundrick was an all-conference choice and an all-rookie pick in 2012-13.
This year Bundrick and Alexandra Sulkin went 6-3 in league play at third doubles. Bundrick also went 16-19 as the first underclassman to serve as the Purple Knights’ primary No. 1 singles player since 2008.
Southold/Greenport first doubles player Brian Hallock teamed with Will Richter for a two-set win in Riverhead on Tuesday. (Credit: Garret Meade)
CLIPPERS 7, BLUE WAVES 0
Dylan Stromski had a choice to make before the high school boys tennis season started. The Southold/Greenport senior, who was an All-County doubles player last year along with Will Richter, had the choice of remaining at doubles or switching to singles. Doubles would have been the safe pick, but Stromski opted to play singles for the first time since he was a freshman. (more…)
Meb Keflezighi, winner of the Boston Marathon, the night before his historic victory with Liam Adipietro of Shelter Island. (Credit: courtesy)
The next race for the winner of the Boston Marathon will be run along the streets and roads of Shelter Island.
Meb Keflezighi, who ran an historic race in Boston Monday, becoming the first American man in almost 30 years to win the most famous footrace race in the world, had already accepted an invitation to run in the Shelter Island 10K on June 21. (more…)
Val Hommel, Mattituck’s only senior, had one of the team’s six hits against Pierson/Bridgehampton. (Credit: Garret Meade)
WHALERS 11, TUCKERS 4
The Mattituck Tuckers wear varsity softball uniforms and play a varsity schedule, but every once in a while, a reminder is served that, age-wise, this could easily be a junior varsity team. (more…)
Mattituck’s Audrey Hoeg is tightly guarded against Shoreham Saturday. (Credit: Garret Meade)
WILDCATS 20, TUCKERS 11
The day began with a strange role reversal. Seven games into the girls lacrosse season, the Mattituck/Greenport/Southold Tuckers were looking down in the standings at Shoreham-Wading River.
The Wildcats, one of the most dominant programs in Suffolk County over the last decade, have won as many state championships as Mattituck has had seasons (five). But as the teams met at Shoreham-Wading River High School Saturday afternoon, it was the Tuckers (5-2) off to the better start in 2014. (more…)
Southold third baseman Alex Poliwoda tags out Stony Brook’s Mike Palermo. (Credit: Garret Meade)
BEARS 1, FIRST SETTLERS 0
The record is incongruous with the team.
The Southold High School baseball team is 1-8. For a team with unquestioned talent, that record is awfully hard to believe. It even has the First Settlers themselves shaking their heads, trying to figure out how they put themselves in the difficult position they are in. (more…)
Bishop McGann-Mercy’s Paul Annunziata stealing second base while Mattituck shortstop Marcos Perivolaris covers the bag during the second inning. (Credit: Garret Meade)
TUCKERS 14, MONARCHS 4
This high school baseball season has been a big hit for Mattituck, and for good reason, too. The Tuckers are hitting the proverbial cover off the ball.
Bountiful offensive production goes a long way toward explaining the Tuckers’ first-place standing in Suffolk County League VIII. So imagine the stir it caused when the league’s last-place team, Bishop McGann-Mercy, led through the first half of Monday’s game. (more…)