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03/27/19 9:33pm
03/27/2019 9:33 PM

The mental game is as much a part of tennis as the physical aspect. Dealing with adversity and overcoming setbacks is all part of it.

When Southold/Greenport’s first doubles team of Cole Brigham and Devin Quinones found themselves in a daunting 5-2 hole in a first-set tiebreaker Wednesday, they responded like the champions they are. READ

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03/22/19 5:33am
03/22/2019 5:33 AM

Coach Karl Himmelmann knows Max Pasko well enough to know that no one knows Max Pasko better than Max Pasko.

Pasko, a junior sprinter on Southold/Greenport’s high school boys track and field team, has had to deal with injury issues over the past two years, most notably Piriformis syndrome, which causes compression of the sciatic nerve, and troublesome hamstring problems.

When it comes to doing what he needs to in order to train or compete in competition, no one knows better than Pasko what to do. READ

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03/19/19 6:00am
03/19/2019 6:00 AM

Whether it’s in the Mattituck High School hallways or out on the school’s tennis courts in the offseason during frigid weather, one is bound to see Lucas Kosmynka with a tennis racket in hand.

That explains a lot.

“He’s a student of the game,” said Cory Dolson, who succeeds Mike Huey as Mattituck’s coach. “He loves playing tennis. He’s the kind of kid who’s on the courts all year-round, when it’s cold. The kid has always got a tennis racket in his hand.” READ