The weather on Monday was good for running
The waves were said not to be all that high and the flag, see above, was waving on Labor Day, which, despite the forecasts, proved to be a good day for running in the Great Bonac 10 and 5Ks in Springs.
Paul Hamilton, whom Luke Castillo, 9, preceded to the 5K’s finish line at the Springs Firehouse, said that Luke “has got it.” Jack Graves
Three of East Hampton’s starters are sidelined at the moment with injuries
Greenport, one of whose receivers outleapt two defenders in the end zone for a touchdown early on, scored twice in Friday’s scrimmage here, and East Hampton, while competitive, could not punch the ball in.
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Because of weather warnings having to do with Tropical Storm Hermine, the Grand Prix’s start time was moved up from 2 to 1 p.m.
Richie Moloney and Carrabis Z went for it in the Grand Prix’s jump-off on Sunday, rubbing a rail at the penultimate Hampton Classic jump on the way to an almost-two-second victory.
Aside from rain on the third day, the sun shone throughout the week at the 41st Hampton Classic in Bridgehampton. Katherine Strauss of Southampton was the show’s junior jumper champion and won the $25,000 Campbell Stables Show Jumping Derby.
Sophia Pilla, a niece of the Car Doctor, Ryan Pilla, placed sixth among 47 competitors in Saturday’s $5,000 M&S Children’s Jumper Classic.
Andrew Welles and Brindis Bogibo, a chestnut gelding, were third in the Grand Prix. Durell Godfrey and Jack Graves Photos
Phoebe Topping won the 14-and-under $2,500 Marshall & Sterling children’s hunter division and the Children’s Hunter Classic riding Perfektionist, owned by Tracey Topping. Jack Graves
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Andy Ram, at left, and Idan Mark played a best of 13-point match as part of Friday’s exhibition at E.H.I.T. Mark won it 7-6 with a behind-the-back lob volley.
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Nick Thomas’s U-16s ‘have had a tremendous year’
Luke Reese, with the ball, and his Long Island Elite under-12 teammates won two of the three games they played in an A.A.U. hoops tournament at the Southampton Recreation Center Saturday.
James Conigliaro and Jayden Griffin contested a rebound in the Long Island Elites’ game with William Floyd. Craig Macnaughton
Nick Thomas, the director of the A.A.U. Summer Hoops Festival, left, and Scott Johnson, the executive director of S.Y.S.Craig Macnaughton Photos