The star of the game was Eli Mollineaux, who scored a touchdown on a 50-yard run during an exhibition play near the start of the third quarter.
Two weeks ago, as he looked forward to running in the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, East Northport’s Michael Brannigan said he was excited to wear the letters U.S.A. across his chest.Read More
Ryann Gaffney is determined to have as much fun as possible during her senior year at Huntington High School, especially considering she already knows where she will be attending college after her verbal commitment to Boston University. It’s one bit of pressure that’s been lifted from her shoulders.Read More
The 3rd annual Hockey Helps: 24 Hour Hockey Marathon hit the ice in Dix Hills and raised over $400,000 for local charities, including the Huntington-based North Shore Holiday House, over the holiday weekend.Read More
When members of the Huntington Manor Fire Department and officers of the Suffolk Police Department’s 2nd Precinct joined forces to play a softball game 28 years ago, they decided to turn the game into a yearly charitable event.Read More
One year after her dream of playing with the U.S. Women's National soccer team in the World Cup was “taken away” from her, Northport native Allie Long has been selected to join the team for its upcoming campaign at the Rio 2016 Olympics in Brazil.Read More
As a freshman at Cold Spring Harbor High School, Billy Lister was faced with a challenge that changed the course of his life: The left side of his body was paralyzed. He was diagnosed with a chronic brain disorder at age 15, and soon underwent a successful surgery to remedy it, but suffered a stroke just after his 17th birthday that affected the left side of body.Read More
The family members of Sean Urda, an East Northport teen who was killed in a 2015 snow-tubing accident, is planning a soccer golf outing in his memory for Saturday, July 23, at the Dix Hills Golf Course.Read More
A pair of local New York Mets fans recently got to test their knowledge against Mets baseball announcers Gary Cohen and Howie Rose in “Beat the Booth,” a television trivia game show. James Hawkins, 26, from East Northport, and Adam Yanover, 49, of Melville, were two of the four contestants to challenge Cohen and Rose for their crown.Read More
Huntington High School’s four-headed monster of Lawrence Leake, Shane McGuire, Kyree Johnson, and Infinite Tucker, added to their already impressive year by winning another national championship while breaking yet another record, this time the state’s all-time 1,600-meter relay time.Read More
From goaltender Devin Burdo, all the way up through the defensive line, middies and attackers, the Cold Spring Harbor boys lacrosse team was clicking Saturday during the Class ‘C’ state championship game, which ended with the Seahawks second consecutive state title.Read More
Two Huntington High School track stars met at the Dennis Walker Championship Classic on Saturday. One of the stars, Infinite Tucker, is currently a senior at the school, and the other graduated as part of the Class of 1949.
With the Haverford College baseball leading in the bottom of the fifth inning, they sent pitcher Stephen Ridings to the mound to face the John Hopkins University. Ridings, a St. Anthony’s High School grad, was called for a balk, tying the score at 2-2. Standing at 6-foot-8, 205 pounds, he pled his case to the umpire, but was sent away.Read More
The Huntington girls lacrosse team honored its eight seniors on Monday afternoon prior to its game against visiting West Babylon, celebrating the careers and contributions of a group of talented teenagers.
The Upper Room Royals completed their first season under head coach Tom Femminella last month, securing a 19-6 overall record and third place in the East Region of the National Prep Championships in South Carolina.Read More