It’s almost back-to-school time for 15-year-old racer Dillon Steuer of Bohemia, but on Saturday night the teenager schooled the NASCAR Modified competition, winning a 40-lap Whelen All American Series feature at Riverhead Raceway. It was Steuer’s third victory of the season.
She’s one of the guys now.
In a sport that preaches conformity, one football player stood out from the others on the Greenport High School practice field Friday morning. And playing ability had nothing to do with it.
To some, the Knights may have represented the best days of their lives.
The mere mention of that old baseball team known as the East End Knights — some called them the Mattituck Knights — is liable to bring a smile to the face of a former player.
It was a tragedy.
That sentiment was echoed over and over by local high school football coaches this week in reaction to the death of a Sachem High School East football player.
Laurel Links Country Club has joined a special club.
With its hosting of the 115th Met Amateur Championship, Laurel Links joined about 70 clubs that have hosted the event, according to Brian Mahoney, executive director of the Metropolitan Golf Association.
The dire situation Bradley Lankler found himself in was no joke, but a joke actually helped him get out of it.
Some golfers might have panicked over being down four holes just five holes into match play in the 36-hole final of the 115th Met Amateur Championship. Not Lankler. READ
Matt Mattare had not planned on being in Laurel for the Metropolitan Golf Association’s 115th Met Amateur Championship. Not only was he there, though, he was the last one left standing when it was all over. READ
A number of North Fork Ospreys can look back on the 2017 Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League season with fond memories.
Some words of wisdom adorning the home page of the American Youth Basketball Association website say a lot: “It’s not the size of the player in the game; it’s the size of the game in the player.”
No question about it, the Boulevard Boyz have game, especially Julian Swann. At 6 feet, 4 inches tall, Swann has size to boot.
For one weekend of the year, Greenport is the lacrosse capital of Long Island. This past weekend was that weekend. READ