Keegan Syron and Jake Skrezec have different physiques and playing styles, but they both share a common trait: toughness. That toughness will enable both Greenport/Southold/Mattituck high school football players to take their game to the collegiate level.
Southold/Greenport girls basketball coach Skip Gehring and his wife Brenda donated a golf cart to the Greenport athletic department, according to athletic director Chris Golden. READ
The newcomers on the block made quite the first impression last year.
Mattituck fielded an indoor track team for the first time last winter and the results were impressive. The Tuckers had four girls compete at the small school county championship meet. READ
Greenport School District is the latest recipient of a donation from Southold and Greenport IGA owner Charles Reichert amounting to nearly $17,000 for new athletic uniforms. Mr. Reichert on Tuesday presented a check to Greenport school superintendent David Gamberg and athletic director Chris Golden. READ
After losing its head coach and most of the squad from its state championship boys soccer team of a year before, Mattituck High School experienced a transitional season in 2015.
That’s if you consider a 12-5 record and reaching the Suffolk County Class B semifinals a transition.
But this is Mattituck, where anything less than a county championship is a disappointment.
Looking to fortify his defense, Chris Golden didn’t have to think too hard about who to turn to. The Greenport High School boys soccer coach asked one of his most versatile players, Eduardo Sanchez, to change positions. READ
In order to restructure the program, Bishop McGann-Mercy High School has decided not to field a varsity boys soccer team this fall season.
The school wants to make sure the varsity is able to compete with upperclassmen, mostly seniors, and not with just freshmen, sophomore and juniors.
The end of the school year may seem like an ideal time to move into an administrator position, especially one centered around athletics. The sports season wrapped up in mid-June and the fall season begins in late August.
As Chris Golden, a longtime Greenport teacher and coach discovered, the job of an athletic director never really slows down. READ
When the news began to spread early Wednesday throughout the high schools in Southold and Greenport of First Settlers’ boys varsity basketball coach Phil Reed’s passing, the members of the girls basketball team had little time to decompress before a game awaited. READ
With the Mattituck High School girls basketball team, it’s a case of good news-bad news.
The good news is that the Tuckers have nine returning players, all of whom started at least one game. That shows they have game experience. The bad news is that it also shows that players didn’t retain starting positions last season. READ