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05/24/17 11:16pm
05/24/2017 11:16 PM

Sure, the Section XI boys track and field division championships are going to see favorites triumph, as expected, but there can also be some surprises, some unforeseen developments.

Among those on Wednesday were third-place finishes by Mattituck junior Stephen Nyilas and Greenport/Southold sophomore Mateo Arias, both first-timers in challenging events.
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03/28/17 6:01am
03/28/2017 6:01 AM

Jack Dufton, one of the greatest track and field athletes Mattituck High School has seen in recent memory, has moved on. He is now running for Amherst College in Massachusetts.

Life after Dufton will undoubtedly be different for the Tuckers, and it calls for a different approach.
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06/04/16 8:14pm
06/04/2016 8:14 PM

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Jack Dufton has never met Keith Reda, but he’s been chasing after him for three years. On Saturday, Dufton passed by him.

Dufton broke a Mattituck High School pentathlon record that had been on the books and owned by Reda for 26 years. By winning the 1,500-meter run, the final phase of the pentathlon in the Section XI Individual Championships/state qualifier, with a time of 4 minutes 23.50 seconds, Dufton totaled 3,017 points. That left him in second place behind West Islip junior Andrew Lauriquet (3,140), but surpassed the mark of 2,933 that Reda set in 1990. READ

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05/23/16 10:31pm
05/23/2016 10:31 PM

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Winning can be so sweet.

Winning a second year in a row is so much sweeter.

Just ask Riverhead High School senior Curtis Flippen, who won the Suffolk County Division II triple jump championship for the second consecutive year at Centereach High School Monday afternoon.
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04/20/16 12:00pm
04/20/2016 12:00 PM

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Luis Morales had been warned to expect low numbers when he took over as the new coach of the Greenport/Southold high school boys track and field team. Morales, however, was pleasantly surprised to end up with 32 athletes on his team, a nice number for a small school.

But there is another number that Morales and his athletes have to feel good about: 3-0.
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