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10/18/17 12:00pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Stayin’ alive! Sarah Lewis at the net gets up to keep the Blue and Gray battling for the point

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
Stayin’ alive! Sarah Lewis at the net gets up to keep the Blue and Gray battling for the point

As an athletic season unfolds, one of the most edifying things for a coach is seeing athletes “get it” and become confident in their knowledge and skills of the game. (more…)

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09/21/17 8:00am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO At the net, fighting for every point, #12 Lyng Coyne, #5 Isabelle Topliff and #19 Amelia Clark,

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
At the net, fighting for every point, #12 Lyng Coyne, #5 Isabelle Topliff and #19 Amelia Clark,

The mantra of the Shelter Island School volleyball teams is to “play well and have fun,” and another focus is “progress, not perfection.” The team has taken both of those to heart. (more…)

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09/12/17 9:59am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO  The shleter Island volleyball players practicng Monday for an upcoming match against the Pierson Whalers on Wednesday, September 13. From left, Bella Springer, Audrey Wood and Jane Richards.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
The Shelter Island volleyball players practicing Monday for an upcoming match against the Pierson Whalers on Wednesday, September 13. From left, Bella Springer, Audrey Wood and Jane Richards.

The Shelter Island volleyball teams have been in the gym since August 21, so being in school wasn’t new.

However, they brought a stepped up attitude to the court September 6, the first day of school when the visiting Bishop McGann-Mercy Monarchs arrived. (more…)

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09/05/17 12:00pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Amelia Clark at the net for Shleter Island against Port Jefferson.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
Amelia Clark at the net for Shleter Island against Port Jefferson.

The first league match for the Shelter Island School volleyball teams was Friday, September 1.

A beautifully sunny and cool day, it felt like mid-September. Fans came to the morning game with signs, a couple of infants were there for their first match, and new athletes got to strut their stuff, all in advance of the first day of school. (more…)