LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — The home-team Bulldogs thought they had it made in the shade—if your idea of "shade" is a mist-shrouded evening in ankle deep mud—but then came the final frame.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Before the opening kickoff of the Saturday, October 6 football game between the home-team Bulldogs of Sullivan West and the Bears of Tri-Valley, the school honored its senior varsity football players and senior varsity cheerleaders with a midfield celebration.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Not to say the end result would have been any different, but with a few more Bulldog butts on the bench it could have been a lot closer, and maybe even a home-team win.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — It wasn’t much of a horse race, but both teams worked up a real lather during Monday night’s boys’ varsity soccer game under the lights on the soggy-when-wet home team field on October 1.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — It was ‘Snakes Alive!’ at Sullivan West during the homecoming senior recognition girls varsity soccer game against the visiting Lady Bears of Tri-Valley on Friday night, October 4.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “Come on, little doggies, you can do it!”
That was the sentiment loudly expressed by a hometown fan during the varsity volleyball match between the Sullivan West Lady Bulldogs and the Lady Spartans of S.S. Seward on Friday, September 28.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — If you listened really, really closely, or turned your radio up, you could almost hear Paul Simon singing one of his signature songs from 1977.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — You gotta get it over the net. That’s the number one rule in volleyball.
On Wednesday, September 12, the visiting Lady Tornadoes of Tuxedo defeated the Sullivan West Lady Bulldogs as they blew past the home team 3-0 in an early season OCIAA Division IV varsity match.
ROSCOE, NY — Talk about a come-from-behind victory and more than a century of coaching experience.
On Saturday, September 15, the home team Blue Devils of Roscoe/Livingston Manor/Downsville faced off against the visiting Sullivan West Bulldogs in Section IX eight-man football.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Eleven minus three equals eight.
For some local high school football teams, that’s the new math in town as they switch this season on the gridiron from traditional 11-man teams to eight-man football.