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Earning his stripes

Marcus Stroman grew up in Medford and graduated from Pat-Med High School in 2009. Stroman grew up a Yankees fan and his dream of wearing the pinstripes at the baseball cathedral on East 161st Street …

Last Wednesday afternoon, prior to a game vs. Kellenberg, three St. John the Baptist baseball legends were honored in a pregame ceremony at Buddy Corr Field. Logan O’Hoppe (No. 6), John …

East Islip and Islip boys on the St. Mary’s CYO basketball team became Long Island champions after defeating St. Thomas of West Hempstead on Saturday, March 23. Winning the Long Island Championship …

No one can deny that the Bay Shore boys varsity basketball team had an epic season. After winning the Long Island Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship against the Baldwin Bruins on Saturday, …

On Wednesday, March 6, the Town of Islip held their annual Sharp Shooter Competition for fourth- and fifth-grade students in the community. This year “broke all-time records,” according …

The Bay Shore boys varsity basketball team were victorious in the Long Island Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship against the Baldwin Bruins. The neutral playoff game—held at 5 p.m. on …

East Islip High School junior Vanessa Rossa recently passed U.S. Figure Skating’s Gold skating skills test, earning the prestigious honor of becoming a U.S. Figure Skating Gold Medalist. The …

The Islip School District recently recognized numerous exceptional student achievements from fall and winter at the Night of Champions event, held during the board of education meeting. Elementary …

East Islip High School’s boys winter track team put up some impressive performances throughout the night at the Section XI individual state qualifier meet on Feb. 14, with five student-athletes …

A new season of the iconic television series “Survivor” will feature former Bay Shore resident, Sodasia “Soda” Thompson. Watch along as Thompson is marooned on a Fiji island …

The High School Suffolk County Bowling Championship was held this past Saturday, Feb. 10 at Bowlero in Sayville. The top 16 boys’ teams and 10 girls’ teams from Suffolk were …

Along with family and friends, Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized William (Bill) Blackman at a crew team fundraiser at The Piermont in Babylon, for his 26 years with the Bay Shore School District, …

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, registered voters within the West Islip Union Free School District voted to approve a renovation project for the district’s indoor swimming pool facility. Eight …

When Stefan Hespeler learned the statistic that over 20 veterans and one active-duty military member are lost to suicide per day, he was astounded. Upon gaining this knowledge on April 2, 2016, a …

Enjoying a swim in the pool seems to be a timeless hobby for people of all ages. But for residents of West Islip, the clock is ticking. The district’s indoor swimming pool facility has not had …

Upon seeing someone jump into the Great South Bay in 20-or-30-degree weather, one might assume that that person lost a bet, or is not in a sound state of mind. Yet on Jan. 20, a determined group will …

Pat Cannone grew up in Bayport, graduated from Bayport-Blue Point High School in 2004, and was a hockey forward for 11 professional seasons. Cannone attended Miami University in Ohio and post-college …

The Cortland Red Dragons won their first-ever football national championship last Friday night vs. North Central in Salem, Va. Cortland won the NCAA Division III National Championship with a 14-1 …

At the East Islip Board of Education’s Dec. 14 meeting, Red Ribbon Week slogan contest winners Angelina Hannon (Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School) and June Ritter (John F. Kennedy Intermediate …

Two impressive Islip High School football players broke school records during the Bucs’ fall season. Brady Nash broke both the single game passing yard record, with 378 yards, and the …

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