Following a long-established tradition, on the first day of preseason practice Monday morning, the Southold High School boys varsity and junior varsity soccer teams began their journey into the fall season by walking in tandem, two by two, from the school toward the field. READ
North Fork high school soccer will have a different look and feel this fall.
Two girls programs — Southold/Greenport and Mattituck — have merged due to declining participation and population. READ
Mattituck senior midfielder-striker Axel Rodriguez has been on both sides of 6-0 results in the boys soccer postseason during his high school career. This one definitely left a sour taste in his mouth.
Seconds after the final whistle of Pierson/Bridgehampton’s 1-0 victory over Southold in the Suffolk County Class C boys soccer final Saturday, an emotional Ryan Herrmann fell to a crouch and held his head in his hands in disbelief.
Southold certainly wasn’t a long shot to win in the Suffolk County Class C boys soccer semifinals.
James Jacobs had one thought in his mind: keep the ball out of the net.
As the clock dipped under 10 minutes in the second half of Thursday afternoon’s Class B outbracket playoff game, the Mattituck goalkeeper could sense the pressure increasing. READ
The Brigham family must have some intriguing dinner conversations. READ
The boys and girls soccer playoff schedule shifted today as a bevy of games were postponed with thunderstorms in the forecast across Suffolk County this afternoon. READ
The Southold/Greenport girls soccer team will play The Stony Brook School on Oct. 26 for the Class C county championship, according to playoff brackets unveiled Friday by Section XI. READ
Ryan Herrmann rescued Southold with a dramatic goal with 69 seconds remaining in regulation time to boost his high school boys soccer team into a 1-1 tie at Pierson/Bridgehampton Thursday afternoon, but coach Andrew Sadowski wasn’t celebrating.