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05/24/18 9:58pm
05/24/2018 9:58 PM

It has been a whale of a high school baseball season for Pierson/Bridgehampton. At the same time, it wasn’t a bad season for Southold, either.

In Southold’s case, it was a matter of entering the season with only three returning players from last year in Luke Hansen, Billy Burns and Joe Hayes. And then, as if that wasn’t enough, the First Settlers lost their first seven games of the season. Somehow, Southold managed to put the pieces together under its new coach, Greg Tulley, and qualify for the playoffs. READ

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05/22/18 9:36pm
05/22/2018 9:36 PM

The Southold High School baseball team turned its regular season around. Now the First Settlers need to turn their playoffs around.

After a rough start to the season, Southold’s young players found their way. The team had won 11 of 14 games going into its Suffolk County Class C Tournament game against Pierson/Bridgehampton on Tuesday. READ

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04/06/18 2:21pm
04/06/2018 2:21 PM

Rain, rain, go away. Now they’ll have to play another day.

Two winless high school baseball teams, Southold and Port Jefferson, were hoping to pick up their first win Friday morning, but that meant having to get their game against each other in. So, with an ominous weather forecast, the game’s starting time was pushed up an hour to 9 a.m. in an effort to beat the weather. It helped, but it wasn’t enough. READ

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03/08/18 6:00am
03/08/2018 6:00 AM

You can’t tell who the players are without a scorecard. That’s especially true this year with the Southold High School baseball team and its new coach.

A new chapter in Southold baseball opened Monday with the team’s first official practice under coach Greg Tulley. Change is in the air. Tulley, who had coached the junior varsity team the past two years, takes over the varsity squad from Mike Carver, who stepped down after 17 years in charge. In addition, only three players from last year’s team are back. READ

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05/18/17 10:14pm
05/18/2017 10:14 PM

Even before the first pitch was thrown this season, it was known that the Southold High School baseball team was armed and dangerous with a formidable pitching staff. What wasn’t as certain, but soon became obvious, was that those arms came with bats. They go hand in hand.

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