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East Hampton beat Westhampton Beach 45-27 in the consolation game
Kevin Fee, with the ball, and his East Hampton teammates were hounded all night by Sean Sloane and his fellow Whalers, who prevailed 62-59 in a Kendall Madison Tip-Off Classic first-round game here Friday.
All three teams are at or very near the top
Kyle DeRosa, at right, played a strong second half Sunday for the East Hampton Football Club.
The wrestlers are to debut at East Hampton’s 39th Frank (Sprig) Gardner tournament Saturday
Good things are expected of Luciano Escobar, facing the camera, this season, as is the case with a half dozen other seniors on East Hampton High School’s wrestling team.
Sean Zay, Steve Tseperkas’s assistant, said during Monday’s practice that just about all of East Hampton’s wrestlers will compete in the Frank (Sprig) Gardner tournament here Saturday. Jack Graves
Kevin Barron, Pierson’s coach, was rather pleased with what he saw that night
Erica Selyukova (15), defending East Hampton’s Alana Ellis above, will again be a force underneath for the Pierson-Bridgehampton girls basketball team.
The youth tourney was sponsored by the East Hampton Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs
Dylan Fee, with the ball above, was one of four East Hamptoners who were named to Slamming Santa’s third-and-fourth-grade all-tournament team.
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Tortorella Pools won the 7-on-7 league’s final at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Monday evening
Luis (Piri) Correa, at right, and his East Hampton Football Club teammates defeated Fenerbahce, of Queens, 3-1 at the Ross School Sunday to maintain a hold on second place in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s premier division.
Corey DeRosa, making a save above, has largely tended the goal this fall for the East Hampton Football Club’s Division 1 team, which he and John Romero founded last year. Craig Macnaughton
More than 600 — adults, kids, and dogs — were there
More than 600 turned out for the East Hampton Town Recreation Department and Keeshan Realty Turkey Trots in Montauk on Thanksgiving Day.
Nicholas Berglin won Thanksgiving Day’s 3-miler. Jack Graves
Both coaches, Bridgehampton’s Carl Johnson and East Hampton’s Bill McKee, saw good things and not-so-good things
Charles Manning, at left, Josh Lamison, and Tylik Furman ought to provide Bridgehampton’s Killer Bees with formidable firepower.