Apple makes fine computers that are durable and reliable. As for some of their accessories, however, that’s another story (see photo of the frayed end of the charger cord to the MacBook Pro laptop computer my company has me use).
This is a tale of how the sausage gets made. READ
Eliud Ngetich smiled when a reporter joked that his participation in the 40th annual Shelter Island 10K Run Saturday amounted to a long cooldown. READ
The reaction Emily Russell had to experiencing the New York State girls track and field championships for the first time was undoubtedly similar to those of others. READ
The repeat was sweet.
Perhaps doubly sweet for the Mattituck/Southold high school girls lacrosse team. READ
Been there, done that.
Sounds boring, doesn’t it?
It was anything but for the Mattituck/Southold high school girls lacrosse team on Friday morning. READ
On an evening of wild weather that saw periods of violent, torrential rain, John Amato tried to find a silver lining in the dark clouds above. READ
Bill Ianniciello didn’t do anything like mistakenly walk into the wrong dugout or give signs to the other team, but the Riverhead Tomcats’ new manager acknowledged that going up against his former club was a different experience. READ
Converting Emily Russell into a pentathlete was a no-brainer, really. Not only does she have enthusiasm for a variety of track and field events, but her coach noticed that she seems to do well in whatever event she enters. READ
From a neutral spectator’s point of view, the Long Island Class D boys lacrosse final wasn’t much to look at. From Mattituck/Southold’s standpoint, though, it was a thing of beauty.
Mattituck certainly held up its end of things and couldn’t be faulted for the one-sided nature of Saturday’s game. All that counted to the Tuckers was that they had claimed a second straight Long Island championship with their 16-6 hammering of Oyster Bay at Hofstra University’s James M. Shuart Stadium. READ
This was it, Ava Vaccarella’s final chance to qualify for this year’s New York State track and field championships in the 3,000 meters, and the Mattituck High School eighth-grader was nowhere to be found. READ