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09/02/15 12:00pm
ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | Setter Kenna McCarthy placing one perfectly for her teammates last year in a Shelter Island varsity volleyball team's win against Mercy. Kenna and many of her teamates are returning for this season.

ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | Setter Kenna McCarthy placing one perfectly for her teammates last year in a Shelter Island varsity volleyball team’s win against Mercy. Kenna and many of her teamates are returning for this season.

Two weeks before school starts the high school’s athletes have been getting up early and/or staying late to put in some good sweat time, preparing for what looks to be an even stronger fall season than 2014 for the volleyball, cross country and golf teams. (more…)

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12/02/14 4:30pm
COURTESY PHOTO Players and coaches of the Shelter Island varsity volleyball team were honored by the Suffolk County Volleyball Coaches at an awards dinner at the East Wind in Wading River Monday night. From left, Kenna McCarthy, Serina Kaasik, Kelly Colligan, Taylor Rando, Alexis Perlaki, Amira Lawrence, Margaret Michalak and Coach Cindy Belt.

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Players and coaches of the Shelter Island varsity volleyball team were honored by the Suffolk County Volleyball Coaches Association at an awards dinner at the East Wind in Wading River Monday night. From left, Kenna McCarthy, Serina Kaasik, Kelly Colligan, Taylor Rando, Alexis Perlaki, Amira Lawrence, Margaret Michalak and Coach Cindy Belt.

For athletes comfortable with the intimate gathering places on Shelter Island, the Suffolk County Volleyball Coaches Association awards dinner Monday night at the East Wind in Wading River was eye-opening. (more…)

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11/04/14 12:00pm
COURTESY PHOTO Eleven heaven. The 2014 Suffolk County Class D Volleyball champs celebrating the school’s eleventh consecutive title after defeating rival Stony Brook Monday.

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Eleven heaven. The 2014 Suffolk County Class D Volleyball champs celebrating the school’s eleventh consecutive title after defeating rival Stony Brook Monday.

“Is that an ambulance?” “I think it’s a fire truck.” “Do you think someone is hurt?”

No, it was the Shelter Island Fire Department waiting at North Ferry on Monday, November 3 to give the championship Shelter Island girls’ volleyball team an escort home. (more…)