Engstrom is Stanner Games’ 3,200 champ
Gabby McKay, left, set a school record in the long jump Saturday in the Jim Howard invitational at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood. T.J. Paradiso, right, broke his own school record in the 600 on Sunday, by a little more than a second.
The Bees’ 46-43 loss at Stony Brook dropped them into second place
Jack Reese, the sophomore point guard who has keyed East Hampton’s offense, returned to the lineup earlier this week after having missed two games.
"We want to raise the level of our potential.”
Ethan McCormac, a freshman who won the 200 freestyle race in the meet here with West Islip, placed fifth in that event in a recent Y regional meet at the University of Maryland.
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Josh Lamison finished with a game-high 29 points
“Our winter meets are essentially glorified practices that provide our kids with chances to improve their performances,"
Erik Engstrom (1385) ran a 4:25.34 in the Hispanic Games’s invitational mile at the 168th Street Armory in New York City Saturday, good for 16th place. The meet drew 268 schools.
Both were league-leaders as of Tuesday
Tylik Furman (10), Bridgehampton’s point guard, kept playing despite a twisted ankle on Shelter Island, though he sat out the Bees’ home game with Greenport Friday.
East Hampton fielded strong teams in swimming, tennis, and golf in 2015
Jim Nicoletti, East Hampton’s former longtime baseball coach, criticized the school administration in July for having effectively ousted three varsity coaches “in the past 18 months.”
“The boys gave it their all,”
Burke Gonzalez, at left, was a 9-4 winner over his Miller Place opponent here Monday.