“I’m here to win races. I don’t care or follow the points.”
Among Turner Buis’ favorites are Carlos Beltran, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (he was born in Anaheim), the Beastie Boys, actor Will Ferrell and pizza. READ
Saturday’s racing was double the fun for Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead. In front of a near capacity crowd at Riverhead Raceway, Rogers won both the 35-lap modified and 15-lap figure eight feature events, bringing his career total for modified victories to 35. READ
Life after death is something most of us have thought about. Recent best-selling books such as “Proof of Heaven” by Eben Alexander, “To Heaven and Back” by Mary Neal, and “The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven” by Kevin and Alex Malarkey, suggest that there is.
In any team sport, it takes time to develop chemistry. It’s no different for competitors on Riverhead’s Ironmen Drill Team. READ
HCBL ALL-STAR GAME | NORTH 2, SOUTH 1
Eddie Haus posed for a picture alongside Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League president Brett Mauser when a woman came rushing toward the field, camera in hand.
Haus, an outfielder for the Shelter Island Bucks, turned and smiled wide as the woman steadied her camera for a shot of her own.
It was his mother. (more…)
The Mattituck High School baseball team enjoyed the most successful season since it started playing baseball in 1920. And now the awards are flowing in. (more…)
The stars will come out on Wednesday night. Prominent among them will be members of the North Fork Ospreys and the Riverhead Tomcats.
Ten Ospreys and nine Tomcats were named to play in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game at Baseball Heaven in Yaphank on Wednesday night. Those Ospreys and Tomcats will be joined by representatives of the Shelter Island Bucks on the North team that will play the South, which will have players from the Montauk Mustangs, the Sag Harbor Whalers, the Southampton Breakers and the Westhampton Aviators. (more…)