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06/25/17 7:02am
06/25/2017 7:02 AM

The Mattituck High School Class of 2017 celebrated its graduation Saturday morning. Principal Shawn Petretti announced that over $88,000 in scholarships would be distributed during the commencement ceremony at Mattituck High School. READ

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06/09/17 9:03pm
06/09/2017 9:03 PM

Heading into the New York State Class B semifinal in Binghamton, the Mattituck baseball team knew it was in for a long evening at the plate against standout Livonia High School pitcher Reid VanScoter.

What the Tuckers would learn Friday is that the rest of the Livonia squad is pretty darn good, too.  READ

04/03/17 6:00am
04/03/2017 6:00 AM

What flag means “preparing to replenish at sea”?

How many Articles are there in the Constitution?

What class of ship primarily delivers supplies and personnel to locations in enemy territory?

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03/30/17 3:06pm

The cast of “You Can’t Beat the House” at the dress rehearsal Tuesday afternoon. (Credit: Krysten Massa)

This weekend Mattituck High school students will present “You Can’t Beat The House,” a comedy about robbers who accidentally break into a house that is for sale and then pose as real estate agents after they find themselves stuck in the house with potential buyers.

The 10-cast-member play is directed by English teacher Tom Farrell and English and theater teacher Jacqueline Portocarrero.

Catch the play at the Mattituck High School auditorium this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

See more photos by Krysten Massa below:

Ghana Haase as Officer Larraby and Jillian Orr who plays his mother.

Alex Bradley (from left) and Colleen Kelly, who play robbers and Eric Momente as medium Master Zenobia.

Emily Sidor and Eric Momente.

Emily Sidor, Eric Momente and Alex Bradley.

From left: Colleen Kelly, Emily Sidor and Shelly Dufton.

From left: Shelby Dufton, Colleen Kelly, Ryan Buchholz and Alex Bradley.

The robbers try and sneak out.

Alex Bradley and Caleb Foley.

03/27/17 6:00am
03/27/2017 6:00 AM

At just 17 years old, Michael Christman is the chief executive officer of Advanced Performance Athletics.

In a company that sells computerized soccer balls and basketballs, as well as training clothing, all of the employees and administrators are near Mr. Christman’s age. In fact, they’re his peers at Southold High School, where they are all enrolled in a virtual enterprise course. READ

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12/31/16 5:50am

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National Honor Society chapters, which recognize students who achieve high academic honors, have become a staple at North Fork schools. And now, Mattituck High School students who excel in music have the opportunity to be recognized by an additional honor society.

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