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04/04/19 10:01pm
04/04/2019 10:01 PM

Disappointment.

That was the word of the day.

That was the sentiment expressed by Mattituck/Southold players following their Suffolk County Division II boys lacrosse game in Port Jefferson Thursday. Port Jefferson turned in a stunning performance, coupling outstanding goaltending by freshman Peter Murphy with a game-changing run of eight straight goals for a 12-7 defeat of the Tuckers. READ

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03/23/19 5:04pm
03/23/2019 5:04 PM

All of Mattituck/Southold’s previous boys lacrosse games against Rocky Point may have been forgettable from the Tuckers’ perspective, but Saturday’s game is one they will surely remember for years to come.

Mattituck trailed for most of the non-league game, falling behind by two goals on four occasions. That only set up set up the dramatic finish. READ

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03/22/19 9:54pm
03/22/2019 9:54 PM

The start to Mattituck/Southold’s girls lacrosse season had a strange ending. Not that the Tuckers were complaining.

Defending New York State Class D champion Mattituck led by as many as three goals Friday, fell behind after three straight Shoreham-Wading River goals and forced overtime. It was then when an odd occurrence settled the outcome of the Suffolk County Division II game. READ

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03/13/19 7:00pm
03/13/2019 7:00 PM

So much looks the same on paper with 17 returning players from last year’s state championship team, including 10 with experience as starters. And yet, coach Matt Maloney sees how things will change for his Mattituck/Southold high school girls lacrosse team.

“Even though we have so many [veteran] players, it will be a different dynamic and a different identity,” he said, referring to players taking on more prominent roles this year. READ

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11/29/18 6:00am
11/29/2018 6:00 AM

If it hasn’t happened already, former Mattituck/Southold high school girls lacrosse players will be bumping into each other as college teammates and/or opponents in the near future. Three Mattituck seniors have inked national letters of intent for NCAA Division I schools. That will raise the number of Tuckers to go on to play college lacrosse up to 11. READ

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06/12/18 12:00pm
06/12/2018 12:00 PM

Allowing one goal in a New York State girls lacrosse final was unheard of — until Saturday, that is.

Clichés carry a lot of truth. That’s how they become clichés. What Mattituck/Southold achieved this past weekend is further evidence that defense does indeed win championships.

Make that an awful good defense. READ