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Santacroce leads Monarchs to 45-32 win over Southold

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Mercy defeated Southold 45-32 in the league opener yesterday at McGann-Mercy High School. Photo gallery.

Girls Basketball Playoffs Mattituck 52, McGann-Mercy 44

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McGann-Mercy fell to Mattituck in a hard-fought Class B title game today at Riverhead High School.

Girls Basketball Blue Waves bid emotional farewell to beloved coach, with big senior night win

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Last night's senior night at Riverhead High School belonged to coach Dave Spinella, who coached his last game — fittingly, a 70-29 victory over Lindenhurst.

Riverhead girls basketball loses narrowly to Bay Shore, 73-65

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Riverhead Blue Waves lost to Bay Shore at home last night, 73-65.

Girls Basketball Mattituck 39, McGann-Mercy 32

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McGann-Mercy took a tough loss after making a powerful second-half comeback against Mattituck last night, 39-32.

Girls Basketball Waves cruise past Connetquot, 50-32

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After a slow start, Riverhead had a strong second half for the win.

Shanice Allen, former Blue Waves basketball star, still making history with NCAA championship victories

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Four years after she helped bring Riverhead High School’s basketball team to the state's Final Four for the first time, Shanice Allen is making...

Girls basketball playoffs Dunn scores 1,000th point, but Riverhead falls to Commack in quarterfinal, 73-51

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High school basketball may be just a sport but to the 13 Riverhead girls who competed in the Suffolk County Class AA quarterfinals against Commack tonight,...

Girls basketball playoffs No. 7 Riverhead looks to pull upset over No. 2 Commack tonight

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Riverhead's quest for the crown will have to overcome a big roadblock tonight at Commack High School. The No. 7 seed Blue Waves will travel to unfamiliar territory. They'll face one of the largest schools in Suffolk County, No. 2 seed Commack for a 5 p.m tip-off.

Girls basketball: No. 3 Center Moriches knocks out No. 2 McGann-Mercy on home floor, 46-35

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The third-seeded Red Devils just came out hot and stayed hot for the duration, leading from start to finish. They eventually knocked out No. 2 McGann-Mercy, 46-35.