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As one of Southold’s four seniors, Mario Contreras’ inclusion in the starting lineup Monday night was more sentimental than anything else. It was Senior Night, after all, at Southold High School.

By the time all was said and done, though, Contreras had put his own signature on the Suffolk County League VIII boys basketball game against Smithtown Christian. READ

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Maddy Tabor did it.

The 5-foot-2 senior, the shortest player on the Southold/Greenport high school girls basketball team, came up big, turning Senior Night into Maddy Tabor Night at Southold High School. Tabor became recognized Tuesday night as the first Greenport girl to score 1,000 career points.

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Smithtown Christian demonstrated why it is a two-time New York State Class D baseball champion by recording a 15-3 victory over Greenport in Smithtown on Thursday.

Catcher Zach DiBlanda led the Knights (7-4, 7-4) as he was on base all five times, driving in three runs and scoring another three behind three hits in the Suffolk County League VIII game.

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Whenever he plays basketball, Liam Walker usually has a serious, determined look on his face, whether he is leading a fast break, driving to the basket or attempting a 3-point shot.

For a couple of seconds on Monday night, the senior guard let his guard down, so to speak. He had a smile on his face.

Late in the Suffolk County League VIII game, sophomore guard Pat McFarland stole the ball from a Smithtown Christian player and fed Walker under the basket. Walker sank perhaps his easiest bucket of the game, which turned out to be his 1,000th career point. (more…)

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From left, Smithtown Christian's Timothy Voisich and Greenport's Robert Nickolas and Angel Colon in action during Friday night's game. {Credit: Garret Meade)

From left, Smithtown Christian’s Timothy Voisich and Greenport’s Robert Nickolas and Angel Colon in action during Friday night’s game. {Credit: Garret Meade)


Greenport forward Bayron Rivas was on the doorstep of the Smithtown Christian goal, with a prime scoring opportunity, only to see it snuffed out by goalkeeper George Flores. Later in the first half of the high school boys soccer game, Greenport defender Alex Perez cleared a ball off the goal line, only to see it sail just beyond the top of the penalty area, where Smithtown Christian midfielder Nikita Grob picked it out of the air with a spectacular left-footed volley that he drilled into the net for a 1-0 lead.

That dramatic contrast between a seemingly sure goal denied and a goal out of nowhere, Greenport coach Chris Golden said, tells the story of the Porters’ season.