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"While we’re really disappointed we didn’t make the playoffs, we’re continuing to practice Tuesday and Thursday evenings [at East Hampton’s Herrick Park]"
“The big thing we wanted to accomplish was space so that people could work out with their trainers and do more athletic-type movement,”
It’s the first facelift the East Hampton Gym has had since 2006.
Springs resident scores in age-group doubles
Frank Ackley is aiming for a high United States Tennis Association ranking by the end of the year.
Joe Vas would like to have those positions filled in time for the school board’s reorganizational meeting on July 1
Announcements of Bill Herzog’s retirement, the first dating to 2009, when the above photo appeared under the headline “Bows Out in Blowout,” have been premature — until now.
Joe Vas hopes he can get Howard Wood, who recently retired as the high school’s girls basketball coach, to remain with the program in some capacity. He’s shown above with his star 1,000-point protégée, Kaelyn Ward. Jack Graves
Pat Hand, the athletic director Joe Vas’s secretary for the past eight years, and the former bowling team’s head coach and assistant coach, was honored by Section XI this week as the top athletic department secretary among the county’s 62 schools. Hand is to retire in June.
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Kraig Rau won Sunday’s half-marathon in 1 hour, 33 minutes, and 18 seconds
Mike Bahel, Body Tech’s owner, who was third, neared the finish line toting his son James.
Kindergartner cuts ribbon at center
Among those at Friday’s ribbon-cutting for the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center’s new junior field were, from left, John Graham, Dennis Ruiz III, GoodCircle’s founders Joan Overlock and Fred Doss, and the center’s director, Maureen Wikane.
“If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands . . .”
Dennis Ruiz III got to cut the ribbon because he had, on his own, raised $450 for the project. Christine Sampson Photos
"The kids are picking it up quick,”
Kevin Bunce’s under-14 ruggers include, from left, Christian Johnson, Jake Brown, Kevin Bunce Jr., Nick Wyche, and Chad Brown.