Jack Massa has the glove. Now he wants a bat to match.
Defense is a point of pride for Massa. As for hitting, well, that’s a work in progress, and part of the process involves a second straight season in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League with the Westhampton Aviators.
Riverhead Tomcat’s Dan Jagiello pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in Wednesday’s all-star game. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)
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…)
Former Shoreham-Wading River High School catcher Jack Massa is spending his summer with the Westhampton Aviators. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)
The players on the 2014 Shoreham-Wading River High School baseball team were a close bunch. “The closest team I’ve ever been a part of,” said catcher Jack Massa.
Massa said he still sees former Wildcats teammates and spends time with them when he is home from college. He even crosses paths with one of them, Tyler Osik, on the baseball diamond. (more…)
Jack Massa of Shoreham pictured during a Wildcats’ game last season. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk, file)
Canisius freshman catcher Jack Massa of Shoreham was recently named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Player of the Week. (more…)
John Montesano pitched one inning of relief for Shoreham-Wading River in Bayport on Tuesday. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
SUFFOLK COUNTY CLASS A TOURNAMENT | PHANTOMS 4, WILDCATS 0
One thing the members of the Shoreham-Wading River High School baseball team may remember most about their team this season was its comeback ability. The Wildcats have done it time and time again, sometimes in dramatic fashion.
“I know some teams crumble mentally when they’re down,” catcher Jack Massa said. “This team never seemed to do that.”
When the Wildcats needed runs, they often found a way to score them. Just not on Tuesday. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River’s Tyler Osik (left), Brittany Mahan and Jack Massa will all be playing in college next year. (Credit: Daniel De Mato, Robert O’Rourk)
Four Shoreham-Wading River athletes were honored Monday afternoon for signing National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in college next year.
The signees ranged from baseball and softball to gymnastics. (more…)