Baseball had been ingrained in Nick Grathwohl’s younger life.
“Every morning before school I’d wake up, hit baseballs and then go to school, come home and do it all over again,” he said.
Grathwohl played middle school ball in seventh and eighth grades before taking two years off, something he now regrets. READ
A picturesque corner popular for outdoor concerts could see upgrades in 2020.
The Southold Town Board Tuesday authorized a Downtown Revitalization Grant application for improvements to Silversmith’s Corner in Southold. READ
Before he ever owned a vineyard on the North Fork, Michael Lynne was a successful film executive who transformed New Line Cinema from a small player in Hollywood to a box office power. READ
Southold High School’s remarkably young baseball team has become a year older, and that’s a plus, but there has been a significant change. READ
Michael Maroni, the chef of a popular Italian eatery in Northport who was planning to open a second location in Southold, died unexpectedly Friday, according to Suffolk County police. He was 57. READ
The Greenport boys basketball team took its first step Wednesday night in its mission to return to the Class C state Final Four. READ
The odds were stacked high against Southold. Real high.
Given what the First Settlers were up against, it was hard to imagine a scenario in which Southold would upset Greenport in Wednesday night’s Suffolk County Class C boys basketball final. Just look at what Southold was up against:
League VII champion Greenport, ranked second in the state in Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association, had won 18 straight games. The Porters, defending Southeast Region champions, have won 22 consecutive league games dating back to last season and are 36-1 in league play over the last three seasons.
Oh, and Southold was up against something else: Ahkee Anderson’s considerable talent. READ
Snowy conditions across Suffolk County have forced Section XI to postpone all the playoff matchups scheduled for Tuesday. READ
As he had done so many times in the game, Nick Grathwohl fearlessly drove down the lane. Surrounded by three Pierson defenders as he entered the paint, the Southold junior barreled toward the basket, somehow avoiding the outstretched arms that engulfed him, jumped off both feet and used his right hand to drop the ball into the basket. READ
The playoff brackets are set for boys and girls basketball. The Greenport boys and the Mattituck girls will both begin their county title defense as the No. 1 seed in their respective brackets. READ