The Mattituck High School Class of 2018 celebrated its graduation Saturday morning with its commencement ceremony at Mattituck High School.
Salutatorian Alexander Bellavia and valedictorian Alexandra Talbot both addressed their classmates with speeches.
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Peconic Landing hosted its annual John May Mile under grey skies in Greenport Saturday. READ
Despite an early three-point barrage by Port Jefferson, Greenport shut down the Royals’ offense in the third quarter led by Jude Swann’s attack from the paint and Ahkee Anderson’s scrappy defense Friday night to hand the Royals an 80-63 defeat. READ
More than 250 runners turned out Sunday morning for the 19th annual Jamesport Sound to Bay 10K and 5K, presented by the Jamesport Fire Department. READ
Bill Holl became the first repeat winner of the Peconic Bay Medical Center Northwell Health Triathlon Sunday morning in South Jamesport. READ
The New Suffolk Civic Association hosted the 25th annual Fourth of July parade down New Suffolk Road Tuesday morning. READ
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?
More than 225 athletes competed in PBMC Health’s first-ever triathlon in Jamesport Sunday morning, completing a 500-meter swim, 25 kilometer bike course and 5K run in what they called ideal conditions.
Billy Holl, 29, of Bayport finished first overall with a time of 1:10:25, nearly two minutes ahead of the next closest finisher. READ
A conga line through the dance party at NOFO Glow Saturday night. (Credit: Bill Landon photos)
A glow in the dark dance party and obstacle course race was held as a fundraiser for the Mattituck-Cutchogue Athletic Booster Club Saturday night. (more…)
Tim Steiskal of Brookhaven hamlet has now won all three Riverhead Rocks triathlons. (Credit: Bill Landon)
For the third year in a row, Tim Steiskal of Brookhaven won the Riverhead Rocks Triathlon Sunday.
At exactly two hours, seven minutes, the 24-year-old dominated the field, winning by more than five minutes over second-place finisher Bradford Strater, 32, of New York City. (more…)