Matthew, left, and Brian Feinstein.
Through the years, Shelter Island has been proud of its golfers. The way this year is panning out, that’s not going to change. Golfers continue to show we can play darn good golf right here on this little island.
Through the years we’ve enjoyed accomplishment after accomplishment and not just on our Island, but throughout the state and country. Just last week 61 year-old Jay Sessa was playing in a national event as the oldest player in the field. The week before that and the week after, Jay “Jake” Card III finished second in two major tournaments. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Walker Imwalle pulling a low and inside pitch over the right field fence in a game at Fiske Field last week against the Sag Harbor Whalers.
The Shelter Island Bucks welcomed the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) leading Westhampton Aviators on Tuesday and bowed 7-3 at a sun-drenched Fiske Field.
Island pitchers recorded 13 strikeouts and allowed twelve hits as the Aviators earned their 20th win of the season against just nine defeats. The Bucks are in last place in the HCBL with an 8-17-1 record. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Heading for shelter on the Island. A brief weather delay at Tuesday’s Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League game at Fiske Field didn’t bother the home team. The Bucks went on to win 4-3 over the Southampton Breakers.
After a short delay for a thunderstorm moving over the Island, the Shelter Island Bucks showed some late lighting of their own, winning its first game of the season with a walk-off base hit over the Southampton Breakers Tuesday at Fiske Field. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO A scene from an earlier Bucks’ game this season. High fives have been a constant site at Fiske Field in 2015.
A slew of mistakes by the visiting Montauk Mustangs sealed a win for Shelter Island at the regular season finale at Fiske Field.
It also guaranteed a best regular season for the franchise with 26 wins in 2015. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Dominic Brugnoni leaping for a wild throw in Monday’s loss to the North Fork Ospreys
A pair of pivotal 9th inning decisions went against the Shelter Island Bucks Monday evening, who fell to the visiting North Fork Ospreys 5-4 at home and saw their lead over second place Westhampton drop to just half a game in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League.
Fans at Fiske Field were treated to good baseball, without the drama of ejections, disputes with umpires and poor officiating that occurred in Saturday’s game against Sag Harbor. (more…)