Babylon has reached six straight Suffolk County boys basketball finals for a good reason. The Panthers are tough to beat. Year in, year out, coach Chris Morra puts a good product on the court.
Given that understanding, Mattituck had to feel good about the effort it turned in Friday night at Babylon High School. The result? Not so much. READ
A school bus was involved in a minor accident in Mattituck Wednesday morning and the car that hit it did not stop, Southold Town police said. READ
Update, Jan. 9, 11:15 a.m.: A 90-year-old Mattituck man was charged with leaving the scene of an accident that left a woman with a hip injury on Monday, Southold Town police said on Tuesday. READ
“X” marks the spot, and with Xavier Allen, that’s in the cylinder of the basket.
The sophomore point guard for the Mattituck High School boys basketball team, who has a knack for putting the ball in the basket, goes by a couple of nicknames. READ
As a deep freeze continued to envelop Long Island, Mattituck didn’t freeze in the big moment. Instead, Mackenzie Daly iced things for the Tuckers down the stretch.
Just three days into the new year, Mattituck put itself in the driver’s seat in the race for the Suffolk County League VII girls basketball championship. Daly made a one-handed floater and then sank 3 of 4 free throws in the final 7.9 seconds to secure a hard-earned 40-36 triumph at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School in Riverhead Wednesday night. READ
The Mattituck/Greenport/Southold high school wrestling team’s golden years had quite a shine to them. (more…)
A new classification in New York State high school girls lacrosse meant a new opportunity for Mattituck/Southold. It was an opportunity the Tuckers latched onto, and it took them far — all the way to SUNY/Cortland for the state semifinals. READ
For over two years, local developer Paul Pawlowski and partners Joe Slovak of Laurel and part-time New Suffolk resident Steve Marsh pursued a project: Sports East. READ
If Mattituck wondered what kind of a high school girls basketball team it was going to take to knock the Tuckers out of the playoffs, it could have looked in the mirror. It was a team like Mattituck — only better. (more…)
Before he gave his halftime talk to his Mattituck High School boys basketball team, coach Paul Ellwood had a personal message for Xavier Allen after his sophomore guard had missed all four of his foul shots in the first half.
“I don’t want you to listen to anything I have to say at halftime,” he told him. “I just want you go get back out there and get on the foul line.” (more…)