A first-time ever berth in the New York State Final Four this weekend
Two more steps to go.
Nick West’s goals treated East Hampton to its first-ever Long Island championship Sunday. Craig Macnaughton
‘We controlled the game from start to finish’
The boys beat Comsewogue 1-0, thanks to Camillo Godoy’s goal in the 54th minute.
Carly Drew qualified for the states with her time of 59.64 seconds in the 100-yard butterfly
A kill by Pat Silich upped East Hampton’s lead to 11-6 in the second game.
Carly Drew qualified for the state meet as she finished third in the county’s 100-yard butterfly. Craig Macnaughton
“We’re interested in developing people first,”
It’s not a tennis factory, the academy’s head coach, Phil Williamson, says, “but a real school with a serious tennis component — a school where you can improve in every way.”
Ali Friedman is one of the locals playing tennis and studying at Ross. Jack Graves
Joe Pannasch’s fifth graders finished the season at 7-0-2
From the Montauk Post Office to the Dock, a distance of some 3.4 miles
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Nick West, wearing number 8, scored both goals in the Long Island championship game.
The East Hampton boys soccer team celebrates their Long Island championship win on Sunday afternoon.
Nick West, wearing #8, scores both goals in the Long Island championship game.Craig Macnaughton
Esteban Valverde goes for the ball.Craig Macnaughton
The boys start to celebrate.Craig Macnaughton
This is the first time the East Hampton's boys soccer team has won the Long Island championship.Craig Macnaughton