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Bee fans were pulling for White to get his first varsity win that evening
Elijah White, the Bees’ point guard, and his teammates were still looking for their first win as of earlier this week. Craig Macnaughton

A 92-72 win at Deer Park
Anthony Franzone, wrestling at 160 pounds, won by pin 16 seconds into the second period in Friday’s match here with East Islip. Craig Macnaughton
Ryan Duryea was one of those who recorded a county-qualifying time in the 92-72 win at Deer Park last Thursday. Craig Macnaughton

Growing up, he went to 17 schools in all
John Broich does three to four triathlons a year, which means he’s done well over 100 since he began competing in them in 1983. Jack Graves

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There’s reason to hope
Andreas Koutsogiannis, at right, was an East Hampton champion in Saturday’s Sprig Gardner tournament at 195 pounds. Craig Macnaughton

There are 12 freshmen on Craig Brierley’s team
Ryan Duryea, a junior, was a three-time winner in last Thursday’s swim meet here with Stony Brook — as a member of the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams and in the 200 individual medley. Craig Macnaughton

Maidstone Market wins 3-1
Antonio Padilla, at left, was a thorn in the side of Tortorella Pools and Hampton F.C.-Bill Miller in the 7-on-7 playoffs, scoring a goal in each of Maidstone Market’s wins. Craig Macnaughton

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Besting Pierson (Sag Harbor) 60-47 in Saturday’s championship game
Bladimir Rodriguez Garces, coming down with a rebound above, beyond the outstretched arm of Pierson’s Emmett Shaughnessy in the Kendall Madison Tip-Off tourney’s championship game, has been working on his inside moves, as has the Bonackers’ 6-foot-8-inch center, Chris Stoecker. Craig Macnaughton

Nick West was at full strength in Saturday’s National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III championship game in Greensboro, N.C.
Nick West has a lot more facial hair now than he did when he led East Hampton High’s boys soccer team to the state’s Final Four in 2014. Craig Macnaughton