The Sachem North and Bay Shore rivalry traces it history back to the beginning of of both school. Although recent the rivalry is rich between both the students and staff. The sachem split in 2004 creating Sachem North and Sachem East brought double the rivalry for nearby Bay Shore. Although smaller than both Sachem schools Bay Shore can hold their own when it comes to both football and chin ups.


David McCarthy
Sachem North


Robert LoSordo

Sachem North

Robert is ranked in the top 25% of his class. He has participated in the varsity club, mentoring club, and has volunteered his time at Sachem Sports Club for many years. Robert plans to study engineering in college and is currently looking at RIT and the US Merchant Marine Academy and would like to continue playing football. Presenting the award is Sergeant Sears, congratulations Robert!
Justin Ortega

Bay Shore

Justin is a 3 year letterman winner in both winter and spring track. He earned the all-division honors for both track and football. He is also involved with “athletes helping athletes”. Presenting the award is Staff Sergeant Velarde, congratulations Justin!


Tom Pandolf

Sachem North

Tom was an outstanding football player and student during his playing career at sachem. He was an all-league and all county performer and team captain in 2003. Tom went on to play college football at Albany University under head coach Bob Ford. Tom is currently a special education teacher and assistant football coach at Sachem.
Ryan Mazzie

Bay Shore

In his Freshman Year, Ryan Mazzie put his football career on hold so he could donate his bone marrow to save his sister’s life. His first experience as a varsity quarterback was here at Sachem North during Ryan’s Junior Year. In that game, Ryan came off the bench to throw for a Bay Shore school record 6 touchdown passes. At the conclusion of Ryan’s football career at Bay Shore he held many of school’s passing records. In 2014, Ryan was inducted into the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame, he was honored as a News 12 scholar athlete, he was 1 of only 4 students in the entire Tri-State area to be chosen by ESPN as a High School MVP, and he was the male recipient of the 2014 Dellecave Award given to the top student athlete in Suffolk County. He currently attends Villanova University where he is a sophomore.


This game was the definition of a nail biter. The game was neck and neck until the very last quarter when Sachem North pulled ahead. Both teams came out in the first half firing on all cylinders. One touch down after the next from both teams. The first half ended with a score of 14-14 and neither team seemed to be the favorite. The second half was the same story with both teams appearing to be playing their best game of football all season. Going into the 4th quarter the scoreboard was again tied with a score of 21-21. It wasn't until 2 minutes left in the last quarter that Sachem North pulled ahead winning with a score of 28-21.