In a 52-year career, he taught not just basketball skills but character
Ed Petrie on the court and on the job in 2008
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Richie Daunt is going to fight at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead on June 5.
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Kevin Harvey topped the field of 710 runners and walkers
The mad dash to the beach began at the entrance to the Reutershan parking lot in East Hampton Village.
‘They deserved it,’ said Pierson Coach Tortorella
Ryan Chisholm, who’d seen only brief action on the mound this season, didn’t allow any earned runs in his four innings of work at Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park last Thursday.
East Hampton’s place-winners that day included Allura Leggard, Tyra Stewart, and Gabby McKay
Danielle Futerman cleared 8 feet 6 inches in the East End Classic’s pole vault competition, setting a school record.
Dana Cebulski, at left, who’s still recovering from a foot injury, placed second in the East End Classic’s 800-meter race to Southampton’s Hannah Connolly-Sporing, at right. Jack Graves
Ed Petrie, New York State's winningest public high school boys basketball coach, always had his eyes on the scoreboard. Mr. Petrie died on Sunday at the age of 82.
Coach Ed Petrie in 2007Gordon Grant
Zach Grossman was cited this past week by the National Collegiate Athletic Association
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"The course is lovely — hard but beautiful."
Tom O’Donoghue, who said later he needed to run more, and Lalo Reale started off on the second, and somewhat easier, leg of Sunday’s Hither Hills Half-Marathon.