When he wasn’t mowing down batters on the mound during his high school career at Mattituck, Joe Tardif was tracking down balls in center field for the Tuckers. As his career progressed to SUNY/Cortland, where he’ll be playing his final season next spring as a senior, he played primarily in right field. READ
The opportunity to play in a grand all-star tournament featuring some of the top underclassmen across the country would appear to be an ideal spot for a player to showcase their skills for college coaches. The Under Armour All-America Underclass Tournament features teams from regions that include all the hotbeds for lacrosse like Long Island, Baltimore and even California. (more…)
Riverhead Raceway will honor Silas Hiscock Sr., the veteran INEX Legend driver who died in April following a crash at the track, with a race named in his memory Saturday. READ
Joe Tardif’s entrance into the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League was loud and dramatic.
In his first at-bat for the North Fork Ospreys, Tardif blasted a 3-and-2 pitch for a grand slam against the Long Island Road Warriors. “That was cool,” he said. READ
While an actual osprey soared above the baseball field at Jean W. Cochran Park in Peconic, making its presence known with high-pitched squeals, the North Fork Ospreys were making noise of their own down below. READ
All of the Times Review Media Group’s 2018-19 athlete of the year award recipients are first-time winners. However, three winners have had family ties to the award. READ
The day of the big race is always a big one on the Shelter Island calendar. (more…)
Apple makes fine computers that are durable and reliable. As for some of their accessories, however, that’s another story (see photo of the frayed end of the charger cord to the MacBook Pro laptop computer my company has me use).
This is a tale of how the sausage gets made. READ
Eliud Ngetich smiled when a reporter joked that his participation in the 40th annual Shelter Island 10K Run Saturday amounted to a long cooldown. READ
The reaction Emily Russell had to experiencing the New York State girls track and field championships for the first time was undoubtedly similar to those of others. READ