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From left, Junior Nicholas Mamisashvili, sophomore Pacey Cronin and junior Theo Olinkiewicz work as a pack to take down Pierson’s #4 and #5 runners to seal the boy’s victory.
On Tuesday the Shelter Island varsity boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Pierson for their second league meet at Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park.
Upon arrival, we found out that the course we thought we would be racing was off limits. The old course was flat, but had a section that was under a foot of water from all the excess rain we’ve had this year. We had to walk and jog portions of the new course so all the athletes could navigate the four-loop 5K course. (more…)
If defense wins championships, Shelter Island varsity volleyball is headed for a great season.
In the September 9 Babylon and September 11 Greenport matches, long volleys with spectacular saves were the highlight of 5-set marathons. (more…)
The Shelter Island varsity boys basketball team took a closely contested road game from league rival Ross on Monday. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
All for one. The varsity volleyball team are one for all.
Shelter Island volleyball version 2018 is stronger than 2017. We have more players and a more reliable offense. Our servers are good and defense is relatively unshakable. (more…)
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Peggie Ehlers, the maker behind Nuna Knits, chatted with market-goers about Angora rabbits and what goes into the creation of a great sweater or hat.
On Saturday mornings, from 10:30 to noon outside the old Capital One bank at the corer of West Neck and Menantic roads, Eric Goodman organizes Market 21, a “true maker’s market” that aims to bring together the best artisans, craftspeople and food makers from around the East End. (more…)