East Hampton’s Nick West, at left vying for the ball in the Bayport-Blue Point game, was listed in Sunday’s Newsday as among the players to watch on Long Island.
Kevron Palmer, a senior forward, with the ball above, and his Bonac teammates took Bayport-Blue Point to school in the boys soccer opener here last Thursday.
East Hampton’s Nick West, at left vying for the ball in the Bayport-Blue Point game, was listed in Sunday’s Newsday as among the players to watch on Long Island. Craig Macnaughton
A big game looms this Saturday with Brooklyn
Zach Brenneman, a former professional lacrosse player, reeled off long gains in Saturday’s rugby game here with the Suffolk Bull Moose on his way to two tries.
Dana Cebulski placed 12th in the invitational senior race at Sunken Meadow Saturday, and was the winner in the East Hampton-John Glenn meet here on Sept. 9.
Liana Paradiso, at the head of the pack above, was to be the runner-up to Dana Cebulski in the girls cross-country meet here with John Glenn on Sept. 9. Craig Macnaughton
East Hampton’s defenders, one of whom, Gabrielle Magnaldi, is at left above parrying Calista Cafiero, shut out the Whalers at Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park Monday.
Gordon Trotter, one of the team’s veterans and coaches, announced that there were 28 names on his roster, most of them young and many of them — especially the Irish-born — experienced
John Glennon was not about to be deterred on his way toward the Village Lions’ goal line during Saturday’s rout.
Credit the Brewing Company’s elder statesman, and pitcher, Rob Nicoletti, who for the last four innings no-hit the smooth-playing Sloppy Tuna team
How fizzy it is: After their hard-won slow-pitch softball final series win in five games over Sloppy Tuna, the Montauk Brewing Company’s players celebrated.
Adrian Mackay’s winning time was two hours, three minutes, and six seconds
Danielle Sullivan, 38, of West Islip, was the Mighty Hamptons’ women’s winner, in 2 hours, 16 minutes, and 43 seconds. She was 25th over all.
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