Mattituck senior Jack DiGregorio carries the ball against Babylon in Wednesday’s county championship. (Credit: Bill Landon)
SUFFOLK CLASS C FINALS | PANTHERS 9, TUCKERS 5
A team’s first trip to the red and white LaValle Stadium at Stony Brook University rarely ends well. Before Mount Sinai broke through in 2008, there were the beatdowns at the hands of Shoreham-Wading River.
John Glenn needed a loss against Mount Sinai before clinching a title of its own in 2010. That year, the Knights defeated Bayport-Blue Point for the Class C title. (more…)
With about a month to go until their contract expires, teachers in the Southold school district have a new four-year deal.
After the school board unanimously approved the agreement at last Wednesday night’s meeting, Superintendent David Gamberg said the teachers union had agreed to “modest raises and a slowing down of the step schedule.”
Greenport Farmers Market organizer Lara McNeil serves soup at the farmers market’s old location in 2012.
The Greenport Farmers Market may be returning to a spot near its former location.
During last Thursday’s meeting, Village Board members and Lara McNeil of the farmers market, which is being kicked out of its space in the Greenport United Methodist Church parking lot, discussed a possible relocation. (more…)
The scene Wednesday morning where a car crashed into a pole on New Suffolk Avenue. (Credit: Donald Kirby)
A 26-year-old Southold man crashed into a pole on New Suffolk Avenue early Wednesday morning and was charged with driving while intoxicated, Southold Town police said. (more…)
Joe Tardif drove in four runs, three from his second home run of the year, as Mattituck shut out Babylon, 7-0, in the opener to the county Class B finals. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
SUFFOLK COUNTY CLASS B FINALS, GAME 1 | TUCKERS 7, PANTHERS 0
Joe Tardif has a knack for amazing people with his athletic exploits. He did it again on Tuesday — with his pitching arm, his bat and his glove.
Tardif delivered a fine pitching performance, drove in four runs (three from a home run) and made one of the nicest fielding plays of the day as Mattituck took the first game of the Suffolk County Class B baseball finals, 7-0 over Babylon. The top-seeded Tuckers (22-1) can wrap up their fifth county championship in 13 years on Wednesday if they win the second game in Babylon. (more…)
A 24-year-old Greenport man was arrested Saturday for driving without a license, Southold Town police said. (more…)
A 10th league title will be added to the Mattituck boys tennis team’s championship banner. The question is: Will the Tuckers have to share it? (Credit: Bob Liepa)
HURRICANES 4, TUCKERS 3
The sweet taste of a championship season soured a bit for the Mattituck High School boys tennis team on Thursday.
Having already secured at least a share of the Suffolk County League VII championship, the Tuckers were on the verge of clinching the title outright. Then came controversy and a costly forfeit. (more…)
The Southold Historical Society no longer wants to keep the L’Hommedieu Barn which now sits on the corner of Main Road and Maple Lane. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
The Southold Historical Society is looking to get rid of a century’s old barn nearly 15 years after investing more than $50,000 in the structure’s restoration. (more…)
Pete Victoria has been bowling at Riverhead’s Polish Hall for the past decade. It is believed that on Monday night he bowled the first-ever perfect 300 game at the historic basement lanes. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
Written in multi-color marker on a dry erase board next to the basement bowling lanes at Polish Hall in Riverhead is the alley’s “300 Club.”
There’s just one entry: Pete Victoria 4/27/15.
Despite being heralded as Suffolk County’s first bowling alley and perhaps even one of the state’s oldest, it was believed that no one had ever rolled a perfect game at Polish Hall until Monday. The first person to accomplish the feat is Mr. Victoria, a 61-year-old plumber from Mattituck. (more…)
Mattituck shortstop Ashley Chew makes a throw from her knee during Tuesday’s game in Center Moriches. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
RED DEVILS 20, TUCKERS 0 (5 INNINGS)
Looking for the secret to the undefeated Center Moriches High School softball team’s success? Mattituck can tell you, based on firsthand knowledge, what it is. Center Moriches doesn’t give its opponents much, if anything. Walks? Don’t count on them. Errors? Not likely with a defense that acts like a vacuum cleaner.
Anything opponents get off the Red Devils is probably going to have to be earned, and that’s a lot easier said than done. (more…)