Just because a high school athlete wins an Athlete of the Year award one year doesn’t mean she will win it the following year. And just because she didn’t win it last year doesn’t mean she will not win it this year.
Madison Tabor should know that better than most people. For the second time in three years, the Greenport High School senior was named an Athlete of the Year by The Suffolk Times on Thursday.
There will be plenty of outstanding memories for the members of this year’s Southold/Greenport girls basketball team. There was the playoff-clinching victory over The Stony Brook School last Saturday. The momentous accomplishment of Madison Tabor scoring her 1,000th career point. READ
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 Southold/Greenport high school girls basketball team has a new coach, but then again, Skip Gehring isn’t really new to basketball or the Clippers.
If there is such a thing as a coaching version of a gym rat, it would be Gehring. One only needs to look back to last season to see that.
The search is on.
Now that its season is officially over, Job No. 1 for the Greenport/Southold high school field hockey team is to find a new goalie.
The night Rebecca Lillis has dreaded is fast approaching.
Lillis, the Greenport/Southold high school field hockey coach, was misty-eyed on the first day of preseason practice, knowing it was the beginning of the end.
Before she became a field hockey player, Madison Hilton was a fan, with a personal rooting interest.
Hilton was a young girl when she attended Greenport/Southold high school games to watch her older sister, Victoria, play for the Clippers. Madison has long since become a participant, thanks in part to her roots as a spectator.
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
Southold sophomore Madison Tabor goes up for a shot as Mercy’s Nicole Gravagna guards. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
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The full length of the court separated the McGann-Mercy girls basketball team from basket as they prepared to inbound for one final possession.
“Can you say Christian Laettner?” yelled out Southold/Greenport coach Howie Geismer. (more…)