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07/03/18 10:00am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTOs Bucks pitcher Nao Fukuda wheels and fires to first baseman Brett Holtz, picking off a North Fork Osprey at Fiske Field last week.

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Bucks pitcher Nao Fukuda wheels and fires to first baseman Brett Holtz, picking off a North Fork Osprey Saturday at Fiske Field.

The Shelter Island Bucks snapped a six-game winless streak in Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) play with a 10-0 victory over the North Fork Ospreys on Saturday at Fiske Field. (more…)

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06/28/18 4:30pm
DEBBIE WEAVER PHOTO Not many fish, but our columnist and his party were happily surrounded by a group of inquisitive seals near Gardiners Island.

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Our columnist and his party were happily surrounded by a group of inquisitive seals near Gardiners Island.

I am not even going to mention how lousy the fishing continues to be because it is not my fault that the weather has been so totally uncooperative for the better part of two weeks.

So there. Glad I didn’t mention it. (more…)

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06/26/18 2:00pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Bucks John Behrends at the plate Sunday against Sag Harbor at Fiske Field.

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Bucks John Behrends at the plate Sunday against Sag Harbor at Fiske Field.

The Shelter Island Bucks played a pair of tightly contested Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) games against the Sag Harbor Whalers at Fiske Field on Sunday. (more…)

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06/18/18 4:30pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Linus Kiplagat far ahead of the field in Dering Harbor on his way to victory in Saturday’s running of the 39th annual Shelter Island 10K

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Linus Kiplagat far ahead of the field in Dering Harbor on his way to victory in Saturday’s running of the 39th annual Shelter Island 10K

Kenya-born Linus Kiplagat literally ran away with the 39th annual Shelter Island 10K race, finishing ahead of his countryman Isaac Mukundi by more than a minute and a half.

The 23-year-old Lansing, Michigan resident puled away from Mr. Mukundi, 30, at the two-mile mark and was never challenged, breaking the tape at 29:45.03.

Ethiopia-born Birtukan Fente Alemu, also a Lansing resident, was the first woman to finish, running the Island’s 10K in 33:40.36. (more…)