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07/31/18 10:00am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO |

REPORTER FILE PHOTO |

Making their first post season appearance since 2015, the Shelter Island Bucks took a 5- run lead into the seventh inning, but fell to the Sag Harbor Whalers 12-10 in the Hampton Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) Wild Card game on July 25 at Fiske Field. (more…)

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07/24/18 10:00am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO |

REPORTER FILE PHOTO

In an incredible stretch run, the Shelter Island Bucks won five consecutive games in the final week of the season to clinch their first appearance in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) playoffs since 2015. (more…)

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07/18/18 4:30pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Bucks pitcher Nao Fukuda on the mound Sunday at Fiske Field July 13 against the Long Island Road Warriors.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
Bucks pitcher Nao Fukuda on the mound July 13 at Fiske Field  against the Long Island Road Warriors.

The Shelter Island Bucks won two out of three Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League games this weekend to raise their season record to 14-18-2. (more…)

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06/21/17 2:00pm
Frank Vesuvio cutting second base on his way to third.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Frank Vesuvio Tuesday at Fiske Field cutting second base on his way to third.

The Shelter Island Bucks returned to Fiske Field on Tuesday, June 20 winners of three of the their last four games and tied for second place in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League. (more…)

06/11/17 11:00am
COURTESY PHOTO Matthew, left, and Brian Feinstein.

COURTESY PHOTO
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…)