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01/08/19 11:58pm
01/08/2019 11:58 PM

Man, talk about producing under pressure.

Clinging to a one-point lead in the fourth quarter of its Suffolk County League VII boys basketball game against Shelter Island, Southold was challenged with sinking several free throws down the stretch on Tuesday night. (more…)

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01/08/19 9:16pm

Progress typically doesn’t come in dramatic leaps and bounds, but gradually. Step by step. Piecemeal.

The Southold/Greenport high school boys bowling team took two significant steps earlier this season when it won its first two matches in, well, an awfully long time. They were 30-3 and 27-6 wins over East Hampton. READ

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12/21/18 10:57pm
12/21/2018 10:57 PM

Sometime on Christmas morning, Ev Corwin figures he will receive a text from senior guard Jaxan Swann asking him if he could open the Greenport High School gymnasium so he and his teammates can play some basketball that day.

The Porters’ boys basketball coach will oblige because he realizes that the game is in his players’ DNA because they love to play and practice it so much. (more…)

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12/15/18 7:13pm
12/15/2018 7:13 PM

Smithtown East High School, where the cheerleaders were cheered, was for the most part an awfully cheerful place.

The second Suffolk County cheerleading competition of the season was like a dance party (DJs and music included), the competitive edition. READ

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12/14/18 8:43pm
12/14/2018 8:43 PM

Fittingly, the buzz in the Southold High School gym came from the Killer Bees.

The Bridgehampton Killer Bees boys basketball team looked the part Friday evening in their black away uniforms with the bright yellow lettering and numbers.

And J.P. Harding? Well, he stung like a bee. READ

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12/13/18 12:00pm
12/13/2018 12:00 PM

After graduating from SUNY/Cortland last year, Mike Kollmer began searching for a school district where he could begin to work as a substitute teacher. He found a spot at Mattituck in January, and soon after, athletic director Greg Wormuth asked him if he’d be interested in coaching. READ