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Bryan Gallagher

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01/14/19 8:02am

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Waiting for the starter’s gun of the the Boys Invitational Mile at the Molloy Stanner Games held at The Armory in New York City. Kal Lewis is in lane one, at right.

Junior Kal Lewis continues to surprise and thrill fans of track and cross country with his range of talent, excelling in the long sprint events, middle distance events and, of course, distance running. (more…)

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01/08/19 2:00pm

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Olivia Overstreet waiting to receive the baton from Lauren Gurney in a 4-by-200-meter relay race on January 6 at the Art Mitchell Memorial Meet at Suffolk County Community College’s Brentwood campus.

It’s hard to believe we only have about two more weeks of the regular season to go.

The holiday season provided a welcome break to all the illness that was going around the school, and our athletes were not immune from its reach. (more…)

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11/05/18 10:00am

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The winning girls cross country team after the State Qualifiers race November 1. From left, Madison Springer, Ariana Carter, Olivia Overstreet, Coach Bryan Gallagher, Emma Gallagher, Kaitlyn Gulluscio and Sophie Clark.

In an extraordinary accomplishment of dedication, heart and commitment to their sport, their coaches and each other, the boys and girls Shelter Island varsity cross country teams have taken the Class D county championship title for the fourth year in a row. (more…)

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10/29/18 4:30pm

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Some cross country athletes at the October 23 Shelter Island 5K race. From left, Kaitlyn Gulluscio, Ariana Carter, Olivia Overstreet, Emma Gallagher, Tyler Gulluscio, Jason Green, Kal Lewis, Jalill Carter, Junior Gil and Jonas Kinsey.

On Saturday, October 20, the Shelter Island varsity cross country teams, sans uniforms, started their week off right in their own backyards as they supported the Shelter Island Fall 5K for the benefit of the North Fork Breast Health Coalition, the Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Southampton Hospital and Lucia’s Angels. (more…)