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05/18/17 10:14pm
05/18/2017 10:14 PM

Even before the first pitch was thrown this season, it was known that the Southold High School baseball team was armed and dangerous with a formidable pitching staff. What wasn’t as certain, but soon became obvious, was that those arms came with bats. They go hand in hand.


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05/17/17 9:00am
05/17/2017 9:00 AM

The last undefeated high school baseball team in Suffolk County is no longer undefeated.

Southold’s season-long run of 21 straight wins was snapped by Pierson/Bridgehampton on Tuesday, leveling the Suffolk Class C finals at a game apiece.


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05/08/17 9:39pm
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The pressure of elimination games can be wearing. That is something the Greenport High School baseball team knows only too well.

Now, these aren’t playoff elimination games we’re talking about. We’re talking about games involving the potential for being eliminated from playoff contention.

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05/02/17 8:57pm
05/02/2017 8:57 PM

One more win, and they’re in.

The Southold/Greenport high school softball team could clinch a playoff berth as soon as Thursday when it plays in Port Jefferson. That’s especially significant because the Clippers haven’t reached the playoffs since 1997.

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02/16/17 11:36pm
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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

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05/21/16 6:22pm
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The sneak attack was thwarted by the alert Mike Carver. Before his players could dump a bucket of water over him, the Southold High School baseball coach averted a soaking. In the end, Dylan Clausen was left holding the bucket with no one to throw it over.

It was one of the few things the First Settlers failed to accomplish during this memorable season.

01/20/16 9:10pm
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When the top two high school girls basketball teams in Suffolk County League VII played on Wednesday, a close game was anticipated. Such a game never materialized.

League-leading Mattituck used its trapping defense to create points off turnovers and its rebounding prowess to pave the way to a 21-point victory over second-place Pierson/Bridgehampton. Liz Dwyer and Katie Hoeg scored 15 points each as the Tuckers rolled, 58-37, at Mattituck High School.