St. Anthony’s Girls Capture Soccer Championship

St. Anthony’s won the girls soccer CHSAA ‘AA’ championship Saturday morning,defeating Sacred Heart, 1-0. Eva LaVecchia put the ball in the net in the first half of the hard-fought match. The Friars captured their ninth consecutive championship on a 9-0 season. Catholic schools have been Read More …

All Fall High School Sports Postponed Until January

Athletic officials Friday postponed all fall sports until January, citing concerns about the spread of Covid-19 and logistical problems. A statewide school superintendents association had opposed restarting sports in September, citing the need to focus on academic, transportation and other issues first. Section XI, which Read More …

3 Fall Sports Postponed Until Spring

Three fall sports have been postponed until March. The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) said Wednesday that football, volleyball and competitive cheer fall seasons will be postponed until March because of concerns associated with high-risk fall sports.   Low and moderate risk Read More …

Updated: State Superintendents Group Wants Delay on Sports

A state school superintendents organization asked Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo  on Wednesday to delay the resumption of school sports until January, citing the need to focus to classroom learning. “Authorizing school athletics could jeopardize successful resumption of in-person learning for students,” wrote Charles S. Dedrick, Read More …

Op-Ed: It’s Time to Reopen Long Island’s Running Races

Much of what was shut down in New York back in March has now been reopened. Restaurants and retail stores can now welcome customers into their establishments once again. Golf courses are open. Bowling alleys and gyms have opened their doors. Low risk high school Read More …

Run in Honor of Fallen Marine Goes Virtual

The Christopher G. Scherer I Ran the Grid race will go off Memorial Day weekend as a virtual run. Named in honor of Marine Cpl. Christopher G. Scherer who was killed in Iraq on July 21, 2007, the race kicks off the Suffolk County veterans Read More …

2 Town Golf Courses to Reopen Friday

 The Town of Huntington will reopen golf courses at Crab Meadow and Dix Hills Friday, with extra safety rules in place. They include; Raised cups; golfers will not need to remove flags Rakes removed from sand traps All transactions taking place through a window (credit card Read More …

Extra Section of Pickleball Classes

The Huntington school district’s adult and continuing education program has added another section of pickleball to the spring course lineup. The new class will meet at Woodhull Intermediate School on Wednesdays from 5:30-7 p.m. Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill Read More …

Super Bowl Sunday: Special Menus, Acts of Service

Huntington restaurants and bars and other organizations are offering deals or special events Sunday to mark Super Bowl XIV. It is possible to spend the entire day leading up to the game. eating and enjoying football themed events. The day kicks off at 9 a.m. Read More …

Whitman Birthplace Offering Poetry in Place of Pigskin

The Walt Whitman Birthplace will give you a chance to leave the grass behind, by hosting a Super Poem Sunday on Feb. 2. Scheduled for 1-4:30 p.m., the poetry-slam competition will include all styles and forms, with a three-minute reading limit. Readers perform live; three Read More …