BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Trevor Freeman sliding safely into second against the Riverhead Tomcats Sunday at Fiske Field.
With a chance to move into first place in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League Sunday evening at Fiske Field, the Shelter Island Bucks came up just short of the opportunity. In front of a packed house in their second to last regular season home game of the season, the Bucks fell 3-2 to the Riverhead Tomcats. (more…)
GARRET MEADE PHOTO | Brenton Arriaga of Loyola Marymount pitched six and two thirds innings allowing one earned run in a losing cause against Montauk Wednesday evening.
The Shelter Island Bucks did all they could to stage another comeback victory Wednesday evening at Fiske Field, but couldn’t pull it off. With two outs in the ninth, the Bucks had the potential tying run at the plate. But a strikeout ended the game and the visiting Montauk Mustangs walked away with a 5-2 victory. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Issac Obear bearing down against Westhampton in the Bucks victory Sunday.
The Shelter Island Bucks started the last stretch of their season off with a bang Sunday night at Fiske Field with a 7-6 victory over the Westhampton Aviators. (more…)
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Runners looking for a competitive edge, working out with the Shelter Island Running Club Saturday at Fiske Field.
It was as if the firecrackers exploding Friday night banished the stormy weather, bringing Islanders a Saturday of sun and glimmering blue skies. It was a morning middle-school student Liam Adipietro described as “perfect running weather.”
Led by coaches Cliff Clark, Bryan Gallagher and Toby Green, the Shelter Island Running Club was at Fiske Field on Saturday at 8 a.m., just as they are every Wednesday and Saturday mornings. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Bucks Juan Soriano homering in game two of a doubleheader at Fiske Field Monday.
On a hot and humid Monday afternoon at Fiske Field the Shelter Island Bucks split a doubleheader with the Southampton Breakers The Bucks won the first game 6-5 before getting blown out 16-8 in game two.
The split moved the Bucks’ record to 13-13, putting them in a better position in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League standings than they were Monday morning. The Island boys are now in sole position of fourth place and the last playoff spot. (more…)