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10/29/16 12:33am
10/29/2016 12:33 AM

Greenport:Southold:Mattituck football player Keegan Syron 102916

Keegan Syron powered his way to three for Greenport/Southold/Mattituck touchdowns in the final game of the regular season at home Friday night, downing Southampton/Ross, 36-6. Syron might have score more had he not been injured early in the third quarter as the senior running back watched the balance of the game while icing down his ankle.

With the win, the Porters finished the season at 4-4 in Suffolk County Division IV, but last week’s 8-6 loss to Port Jefferson looms large as the postseason has slipped away.

Or has it?
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Billy McAllister finds running room as he picks up some of his career-high 191 rushing yards for Greenport/Southold/Mattituck. (Credit: Garret Meade)

Billy McAllister finds running room as he picks up some of his career-high 191 rushing yards for Greenport/Southold/Mattituck. (Credit: Garret Meade)

PORTERS 16, MARINERS 8

It may seem hard to believe now, seeing the battle scars on Tyshe Williams’ helmet, but it was only a little over a month ago when he was issued shiny new headgear. Now, with some of the gold paint peeled off the front of the helmet, revealing bright yellow underneath, Williams unquestionably has the roughest looking helmet on the Greenport/Southold/Mattituck high school football team.

Nevertheless, the helmet could be considered a source of pride for Williams, who has been petitioning coach Jack Martilotta for a replacement helmet. Those marks on Williams’ helmet are evidence of the violent collisions the senior fullback/middle linebacker has been involved in during the first four games of the season. They also say a lot about how active he has been on the field. (more…)