Gabrielle A. Scarpaci, the East Hampton Food Pantry’s executive director, estimated that the Main Beach plunge had raised about $13,000 for the organization
Once more unto the beach, dear friends, once more.
Plungers signed up to take the New Year's dip. Dell Cullum
It was a quick exit from the frigid water for Christina Cangiolosi, Tom Cohill, and the hundreds of others who joined in a Polar Bear Plunge at Main Beach in East Hampton on New Year's Day.
During the break, the Bonackers played three nonleague games
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For the fourth time in 90 years, no varsity football team sporting East Hampton High’s maroon and gray was fielded this past fall
Jefferson Ramirez, at left, scored two goals for the East Hampton Football Club in the second half of the Division I game here.
The 2014 East Hampton High School boys soccer team won League VI, the county Class A title, and the Long Island championship before finishing as a state finalist in Middletown. Craig Macnaughton
Gordon Trotter assured the Sharks of an undefeated fall campaign when he scored a try in the final moments of the rugby game here with the New York R.C. Craig Macnaughton
I-Tri, as seen above, provides a support system in sport, as well as in other areas of life.Craig Macnaughton
It’s only the fourth time in the past 90 years that East Hampton High School isn’t fielding a varsity football team.Craig Macnaughton
East Hampton walked off jubilantly with Jack Abrams-Dyer, author of the walk-off hit, held aloft. Jack Graves
Paddleboarding is Amanda Calabrese’s favorite event, though she’s a strong swimmer and runner too. Craig Macnaughton
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A number of the Bonackers’ times qualified them for the county meet on Feb. 28 at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood
The Bonackers’ Rob Rewinski swam to a second-place finish in the 100 butterfly versus Smithtown on Friday at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter.
Athletic awards follow efforts in far-flung locales
A long-distance swimmer tries to get warm. Lori King, who swam the 22.5-mile Catalina Channel over the summer, was honored at the Old Montauk Athletic Club’s holiday dinner.