After they’d won their black belts, Victor Giannini, Sarah Bengel, and Chris Minardi posed with those who had helped Sensei Mark Tuthill, second from left, administer their tests — Barry Brennan, Jeff Metzger, Phil Kouffman, and Tony Peters, black belts all.
Chris Minardi, Sarah Bengel, and Victor Giannini, all of whom won black belts following recent tests at Sensei Mark Tuthill’s dojo on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, have studied with him for 15 years. Craig Macnaughton Photos
‘Tyler always has twice as many points’
Tyler Jarvis broke the ice, as it were, in the Feb. 25 adult roller hockey league final at Sportime, but the Black team won in the end, 7-6.
Khloe Goncalves, who’s a national and regional age-group champion, was in the goal for the Greys. Jack Graves
Tweets began to appear locally suggesting that the seniors might think of taking up rugby
An under-19 rugby side served as a feeder for the Montauk Rugby Club between 1993 and 2003. Above, in the team’s debut, Owen McCormack headed for the try zone during a 24-12 win here over a team from New Haven, Conn.
A bitter wind did not augur well
“It has been a wonderful season,”
Trevor Mott swam in the state meet’s 200 and 500 freestyle races, placing 18th in the 200, in 1 minute and 45.41 seconds, and 23rd in the 500, in 4:49.36, both season-best times.
Thomas Brierley placed 11th in the state’s 100-yard backstroke, in 54.05, a season-best for him. Laura Mott Photos
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Both Koresky and Levy played in Canada’s highly competitive junior leagues
Derrell Levy, who gave an on and off-ice hockey camp at the Buckskill Winter Club here, said he hopes to return next year, over the Christmas and February breaks.
After three hours on the ice, the In-Tech campers spent an hour off it doing exercises designed to make them stronger and more agile. Jack Graves
Ryan Koresky, one of the hockey coaches at the Buckskill Winter Club, and Derrell Levy, the founder of In-Tech Skills and Conditioning, played together on Oswego State’s national-championship hockey team in 2007. Jack Graves
There will be a year’s hiatus, maybe two
It’s only the fourth time in the past 90 years that East Hampton High School isn’t fielding a varsity football team.
'Nominations for the third Hall of Fame class must be in by the end of March'
Anthony Gilliam, at left, was a two-time Murray Hantz award winner in football. Howard Wood, who was in the Hall’s first class, was honored again last fall as a member of the state-championship 1976-77 boys basketball team.