BEVELEA WALZ PHOTO | The Shelter Island School boys varsity basketball team.
The Indians travelled to Port Jefferson Saturday, January 16, for a League VIII doubleheader, and both the junior varsity and varsity boys teams posted wins.
For the J.V. team, it was their first win of the year. Coach Ian Kanarvogel said, “The entire team showed an immense amount of growth. We finally got over the hump, coming out on top of a close game. Every player is getting better and that’s the goal of the JV program.” (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Tristan Wissemann floating to the basket for two of his 33 points in the Island’s 67-63 home win over Southold on Tuesday.
The Shelter Island School boys varsity basketball team entered its home game against Southold with a league record of one win and two losses and an overall record of four wins against five losses. Southold, also 1-2 in league action and 4-4 overall, was hoping to steal a win from the home team. After a hard-fought, exciting game, Shelter Island came away with a 67-63 win. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Bianca Evangelista following through on the practice course Tuesday.
The Shelter Island School golf team traveled to Island’s End Golf Club Monday, October 12 to play a return match against the Southold/Greenport team. (more…)
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Lindsey Gallagher, taking the lead in her victory at Goat Hill Monday.
After much dedication, hard work and anticipation, the Shelter Island School varsity cross country teams were very happy that our first race had finally arrived.
On Thursday, September 17, the boys’ and girls’ teams traveled to Red Creek Park in Hampton Bays for the Peconic Cross Country Invitational. Both Island teams competed in the 5K race. Red Creek is a tough course through pine barrens with its share of uphills, downhills and sand hills. (more…)
KYRIL BROMLEY, THE EAST HAMPTON PRESS PHOTO | A new report shows numbers of flights rising at East Hampton Airport.
The amount of air traffic at East Hampton Town Airport, as well as noise complaints and lawsuits, has significantly increased since January, a new study has found.
East Hampton Town released a report this week detailing the controversial airport’s operations:
• Total airport operations between the months of January and July increased 29 percent from 2014 to 2015. In comparison, operations increased 49 percent between 2013 and 2015. (more…)