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Mercy-McGann freshman takes top essay prize

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A freshman at Bishop McGann-Mercy High School won first prize in an essay contest about bullying as it relates to people with autism and developmental disabilities.

Photos: Project Fit America kick-off at Cutchogue East

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Students at Cutchogue East Elementary school celebrated the launch of Project Fit America this morning.

Southold falls to North Salem in regional final

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Southold High School’s baseball season came to an end today at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, where the Settlers lost to North Salem 2-1.

Photos: Brendan Kent’s no-hitter lifts Tuckers to Class B championship

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The Mattituck Tuckers took down the Wheatley Wildcats and claimed the Class B Long Island Championship today with a no-hitter thrown by Brendan Kent.

Photos: Southold claims L.I. Class C title with 13-5 win over E. Rockaway

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Southold ace Dylan Clausen got the start, as the Settlers looked to avenge last year's loss to East Rockaway.They came up with a big win. Photo gallery by George Faella.

Mattituck girls claim Suffolk Class D title with 15-2 win over Babylon

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Mattituck came up with a huge win over Babylon to claim the Suffolk County Class D girls lacrosse championship today at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.

Mattituck baseball clinches Suffolk County Class B Championship in victory against Center Moriches

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Mattituck defeated Center Moriches six to one today, clinching the Suffolk County Class B Championship title.

Mattituck takes first playoff loss, will face Center Moriches in Class B final

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Behind a stellar performance by pitching ace Liam Pulsipher Center Moriches pushed Mattituck into Class B final yesterday with a 3-0 win.

Softball playoffs: Mercy falls to Center Moriches in first game of Class B playoffs, 16-3

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Mercy will get another shot at the Class B Championship Monday, when they face the loser of Saturday’s playoff game between Center Moriches and Babylon.

Baseball Playoffs: Southold claims county Class C crown

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Southold came to play and they came with a vengeance. After losing game two 4-1, ending their unbeaten streak at 21, the Settlers were ready for the rubber match with Pierson today. They called on their ace Dylan Clausen and, after a rocky first inning that ended with a 3-2 Pierson lead, Clausen delivered, fanning nine batters in six innings to lead Southold to a 14-4 win and the county title.