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01/31/19 9:29pm
01/31/2019 9:29 PM

This one hurt.

As far as aesthetics go, Thursday night’s Suffolk County League VI girls basketball game between Center Moriches and Greenport/Southold wasn’t much to look at. The play was sloppy, but what was much more important to the Porters was the final result. READ

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01/23/19 8:48pm
01/23/2019 8:48 PM

The growth potential was there from the beginning, and now it’s being realized.

With only three returning players from last season, none of whom were starters, Greenport/Southold has a young and improving girls basketball team that coach Skip Gehring said is getting better and better with every game. READ

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01/04/19 9:40pm
01/04/2019 9:40 PM

Not only did the Mattituck High School girls basketball team lose its all-time leading scorer, Liz Dwyer, to graduation last year, but the Tuckers lost all five of their starters from last season. One might have expected them to hit a number of stumbling blocks and experience a good deal of growing pains as they adjusted this season to life after Dwyer.

So, is that how things have shaken out?

Not really. READ

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12/17/18 9:44pm
12/17/2018 9:44 PM

It was as if the Greenport/Southold players clicked the heels of their basketball shoes together and said, “There’s no place like home.”

Some early-game jitters aside, the Porters felt right at home, and that had to help them to their first win of the high school girls basketball season Monday night. It didn’t come easily. READ

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11/28/18 5:42am
11/28/2018 5:42 AM

And now the post-Liz Dwyer era begins.

With its 45-26 loss to Carle Place in last year’s Long Island Class B final, the Mattituck High School girls basketball team bid farewell to Dwyer, their all-time leading scorer who graduated with 1,821 career points over five seasons.

But Mattituck has lost more than Dwyer. The Tuckers lost six players from last season’s 19-4 team to graduation and don’t return a single starter. READ

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05/21/18 8:50pm
05/21/2018 8:50 PM

Here’s a Penny for your thoughts.

One of the thoughts preceding the opener to the Suffolk County Class C softball finals Monday was that this one could get ugly. That would have been understandable, too, with Southold/Greenport’s first-string pitcher, Ashley Hilary, out with a broken finger on her throwing hand and a sophomore, Liz Jernick, taking her place in the pitching circle. Jernick, however, did a commendable job. READ

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05/03/18 10:13pm
05/03/2018 10:13 PM

After reaching the high school softball playoffs last season for the first time in 20 years, Southold/Greenport is headed back again.

The First Settlers clinched a postseason berth Thursday with a 13-2 Senior Day victory over Pierson/Bridgehampton at Greenport High School. READ