Local sports notes
local sports schedule
The heavier half of the lineup continued to impress
Wrestling up at 160 pounds, Colton Kalbacher shut out Shoreham’s Will Loper 10-0 here Friday.
Two walkovers and a close one at the Arena
Franklin Ortega, second from left, scored the third goal in Los Revuelos’s 4-0 rout of Liga S.B.
The sixth win in a row for McKee and Bob Vacca’s team
Marissah Gilbert, with the ball, scored the first points in the East Hampton-Amityville girls game here last Thursday, but the visitors pulled away thereafter.
“an amazing season"
Luis Morales’s boys winter track team often runs from East Hampton High School to Main Beach and back as part of its workouts.
Local sports schedule
Bill McKee and his assistant, Bob Vacca, were, of course, delighted with the breakout performance
Kyle McKee, lofting a shot toward the basket above, was on fire last Thursday, draining seven 3-pointers, and so were his fellow guards, Brandon Kennedy-Gay and Kevin Fee, both of whom made five.
He hopes to keep boxing for another seven years
“It’s very tiring,” 9-year-old McKenzie Simons said, with a smile, when asked Saturday morning how her first boxing lesson with Richie Daunt at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center was going.
A meet at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Jan. 13 with North Babylon was a walkover
Alex Astilean was a double winner at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Jan. 13, in the 200 individual medley, above, and as a member, along with Chasen Dubs, Robert Anderson, and Christian Brierley, of the 200 freestyle relay team.
The Y.M.C.A. Hurricanes can boast of five national qualifiers in Georgie Bogetti (500 freestyle) and in the 200 freestyle relay team of Carly Drew, Caroline Oakland, Maggie Purcell, and Madison Jones. Jack Graves