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05/22/19 12:00pm

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The 2019 Shelter Island School junior varsity softball team. From left, front row, Kathy Ramos, Bella Springer and Myla Doughtery. Back row, from left, Mary Gennari, Kaitlyn Gulluscio, Jaime Lenzer, Angelina Rice, Jane Richards, Lydia Shepherd, Izzy Fonseca, Valeria Reyes, Isabelle Topliff, Dayla Reyes, Lily Page and Sophie Clark.

While the rain and cool weather made much of May feel like March, the Shelter Island junior varsity girls softball team wrapped up their season on a warming trend. (more…)

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04/23/19 12:00pm

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Sabrina McManus with one of the discs she’s leaving near trails in Mashomack to bring awareness on the issue of  endangered species.

What were you doing in 5th grade to better the world? Sabrina McManus probably has you beat. (more…)

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04/09/19 10:00am

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On April 2 the Shelter Island softball team played the visiting Smithtown Christian Knights.

It was cloudy and cool and the chill increased throughout the game, with sweatshirt hoods pulled over heads and hand warmers shared among teammates. It was the most competitive game of the season to date, a back-and-forth game with neither team willing to concede. (more…)

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04/02/19 12:00pm

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The sun was the only constant between two early season games for the Shelter Island girls’ junior varsity softball team. The March 30 game against the Babylon Panthers was played on a warm and comfortable day. The Monday, April 1 match up versus the Pierson Whalers was cold and breezy. (more…)

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03/19/19 2:00pm

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The Shelter Island girls junior high basketball team. Standing, from left, Angelina Corbett-Rice, Sophie Clark, Andrea Napoles, Coach Laura Mayo, Mary Gennari, Alex Burns and Madison Springer. Kneeling, from left, Katie Gulluscio, Harper Congdon, Cassie Espinosa Heimann, Maia Loizance and Madigan Teodoru.

Laura Mayo has been in the gym since the end of August, coaching three consecutive seasons. On March 14 the girls junior high basketball team played their last game, and the coach regained at least two hours in her day. (more…)