In its own way, it was a work of art. Among other things, the Mattituck/Greenport/Southold high school girls lacrosse team has shown it can draw.
And that’s no small thing. Draw control is huge. It means possessions, and possessions can translate into goals.
One game shy of the midpoint of its season, it’s not too soon to issue the Mattituck High School girls basketball team’s mid-term grade. How does an “A” sound? READ
A high school boys soccer game is typically 80 minutes long. But it only took 2 minutes, 58 seconds to change everything Wednesday night.
In 2:58, a tight contest between Mattituck and Center Moriches was blown wide open.
The swing of emotions came in an instant.
For the briefest moment, the Mattituck girls soccer team appeared to break through against Center Moriches in overtime of a scoreless game Tuesday afternoon. READ
A tie with archrival Center Moriches felt more like a loss to the Mattituck High School boys soccer team Saturday.
The Tuckers squandered a two-goal, second-half lead en route to a frustrating 3-3 draw in Suffolk County League VII action in Mattituck’s homecoming game. Due to dwindling daylight, only one overtime period was played.
Center Moriches coach Chris O’Brien’s return to his alma mater turned into a successful one Wednesday as the Red Devils recorded a 5-1 win at Southold High School in a Suffolk County League VII boys soccer match.
Because of a last-hour coaching shuffle, the Greenport/Southold/Mattituck high school football team was, for better or worse, committed to the spread offense last year. It was mostly for worse, as the Porters failed to score a point in their final four games. READ
The question of which was more annoying, the Mattituck/Greenport/Southold boys lacrosse uniforms with the digital camo numbers that were difficult to read from a distance or the tiny insects flying around in the still, humid air, was up for debate.
New York State will have a new Class B baseball champion.
A state championship can be a fragile thing. It unquestionably takes a wealth of talent to win one, but a team also needs to get hot at the right time. A little luck here and there along the way doesn’t hurt, either.
Commit errors against the Center Moriches High School softball team at your own risk.
Center Moriches is too good a team to give extra outs to. The Red Devils will punish teams that don’t play a clean game, as Bishop McGann-Mercy was reminded on Wednesday.