The urban environment of New York City would seem an unlikely beginning for a man who has spent so much of his life sailing. But Joe Sullivan Jr., born in Manhattan and raised in the Bronx, has roots in eastern Long Island going back to the early 1940s when his father took him fishing in Greenport. READ
The North Fork Ospreys have a new single-season, home-run king.
Dan Schock has made it into the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League club’s record book. READ
First, start with the name. Pickleball?
The funny-sounding name notwithstanding, pickleball is a sport, and a growing one at that, its aficionados will tell you.
The key to Monday night’s game wasn’t so much how the North Fork Ospreys handled Frank Valentino, the Riverhead Tomcats’ ace pitcher, so much as outlasting him.
With the playoffs on the not-too-distant horizon, what is it going to take for the North Fork Ospreys to finish the regular season strong?
Manager Bill Ianniciello didn’t hesitate in his answer. “Pitchers have to step up, for sure,” he said.
It was just Manny Jr. being Manny Jr.
The North Fork Ospreys played against Manny Ramirez Jr. on Tuesday night, but they may have felt as if they faced the big guy himself, Manny Ramirez Sr.
Perhaps it was only a matter of time before the South would rise again, but who thought it would do so with such a vengeance?
After rocking the North All Stars for five first-inning runs en route to an 8-0 lead, the South All Stars won the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game in convincing fashion, 9-1, on Monday night at Baseball Heaven in Yaphank. The North had won the first three All-Star Games.
It can be said that the second annual Jamesport Triathlon was bigger, better and faster than the first.
The spring season has a familiar rhythm to it for Meg Tuthill. She routinely wins track-and-field races, collects a lot of medals and, as it turns out, Athlete of the Year awards from Times Review Media Group. READ
It was one last high school baseball game for Long Island’s top seniors. One final chance to hit the diamond as a representative of their schools.
For Mattituck’s Joe Tardif and Shoreham-Wading River’s Zach White, it was a moment to cherish.