After the Mattituck/Greenport/Southold high school wrestlers took care of business, completing their regular season, they shook hands with their counterparts from Southampton, but still had one final piece of business to attend to. The Tuckers lined up on the mat at Mattituck High School for picture-taking fans in the bleachers.
It was the picture of perfection — times four. READ
The Mattituck High School girls basketball coach, Steve Van Dood, did not have enough players to hold an intrasquad scrimmage on Monday night, but he certainly had more than enough talent to win a game and remain unbeaten this season. READ
It was a feel-good game for the Mattituck High School girls soccer team. Or, maybe more accurately, a feel-good first half.
Almost from the beginning, it seemed, tempers were frayed. Coaches and fans yelled at officials. Soccer players from Southampton and Mattituck exchanged words with each other. Players and officials had words with each other. One player was ejected from the game.
While the northeast braced for the affects of Hurricane Joaquin, the Southampton/Ross high school football team was hit hard by the Hurricane Monarchs on Friday night. READ
Zach Holmes helped a Greenport/Southold/Mattituck offense that put 51 points up on Southampton High School’s scoreboard. (Credit: Garret Meade)
The Greenport/Southold/Mattituck high school football team is no stranger to blowouts. The Porters have been involved in their fair share of them over the years. READ
James Nish connected for a tie-breaking home run for Mattituck in the sixth inning of its 6-2 defeat of Southampton on Tuesday. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)
TUCKERS 6, MARINERS 2
It’s not easy pitching a baseball when the weather is cold, in the mid-40s, and it’s raining. It’s not easy hitting a ball under those conditions, either.
That didn’t stop the Mattituck Tuckers in the opener to their three-game Suffolk County League VIII series against the Southampton Mariners on Tuesday. Joe Tardif fired 11 strikeouts and James Nish crushed a tie-breaking home run, propelling the unbeaten Tuckers to a 6-2 triumph at Mattituck High School, their fourth win from as many games. (more…)
Mattituck’s James Hayes, left, and Southampton’s Jacob Villalobos keep their eyes on the prize during Tuesday’s county semifinal. (Credit: Garret Meade)
SUFFOLK COUNTY CLASS B SEMIFINAL | TUCKERS 3, MARINERS 0
Mattituck advanced to the Suffolk County Class B high school boys soccer final for the fifth consecutive season with a convincing 3-0 semifinal win over Southampton on Wednesday afternoon.
Striker Mario Arreola scored off a pair of headers in the opening 16 minutes as the Tuckers tallied all of their goals off head shots in the first half at Robert Muir Athletic Fields in Mattituck. (more…)
Emilie Reimer, who had 10 kills for Mattituck, found room to hit the ball between Southampton’s Maddy Elliston (8) and Lexi Rusko. (Credit: Garret Meade)
TUCKERS 25, 25, 25, MARINERS 21, 19, 22
Thursday was a pink out at Mattituck High School.
For one match, the Mattituck girls volleyball team traded in its traditional blue and gold uniforms for hot pink shirts. The occasion was a Dig Pink match to raise money for breast cancer awareness. (more…)
Charles Reichert (right), owner of IGA in Southold and Greenport, was one of few who spoke out against the ban. (Credit: Carrie Miller)
It wasn’t quite the mixed bag of opinions expected at Thursday night’s Southold Town plastic bag ban forum, where the overwhelming majority of attendees spoke in favor of the ban.
The forum, which featured a panel of six representatives from all sides of the debate, came following a pitch to ban plastic bags across the East End started by members of the East End Supervisors and Mayors Association. (more…)