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Varsity seniors on the volleyball team. From left, Coach Cindy Belt, Amelia Reiter, Amelia Clark (captain), Lyng Coyne, Jennifer Lupo, Abigail Kotula, Audrey Wood, Lauren Gurney, Maria Carbajal (captain) and junior varsity Coach Laura Mayo.
The varsity volleyball team ended the regular league competition at 5-7, our best finish since 2015. In contrast, we had won a total of six league matches in the previous three seasons. That effort has been rewarded by being designated the Section XI/Suffolk County Class D champions. In order to get that honor we had to play well in our final two matches. (more…)
The junior varsity baseball team were defeated 10-5 by the Pierson Whalers at home on Monday.
The Indians started strong, with Lucas Quigley-Dunning holding the Whalers scoreless until the top of the 5th inning. (more…)
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The 2018-19 Shelter Island School boys varsity basketball team. Front row, from left, Luke Liszansckie, Keith Taplin and Nico Seddio. Back row, from left, Coach Jay Card Jr., Dan Martin, Jack Vargas, Erik Thilberg, Walter Richards, Mason Marcello, Nick Young, Lucas Quigley-Dunning and Assistant Coach Peter Miedama.
The Shelter Island boys varsity basketball team lost a heartbreaker in Sag Harbor on December 19, falling to the Pierson Whalers 71-67 in overtime. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Keith Taplin battles for position under the boards as Luke Gilpin goes strong to the hoop in the boys varsity home loss against Pierson Monday night.
After an inspirational road win against Ross on January 24, the Shelter Island School boys varsity basketball team took a 81-54 loss to the visiting Pierson Whalers Monday night. (more…)
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All for one. The Shelter Island volleyball teams stayed strong and together over the course of his season.
Shelter Island volleyball had a new look in 2017.
We lost seven players to graduation in June, leaving only three returning varsity players. Laura Mayo took over the reins of the junior varsity team from Jim Theinert, a three-year veteran of the position. On the books it looked like a rebuilding year, but the varsity matched its record from 2016, and the JV was stronger than the previous year. (more…)