They were determined to give it their best shot
Julian MacGurn, a junior who plays first singles for East Hampton High’s boys tennis team, is among the county’s top eight players.
Jack Louchheim, left, as of earlier this week, had gone undefeated in team play. Right, Ravi MacGurn’s record at third singles was 14-2 going into yesterday’s match at Ward Melville. Jack Graves Photos
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A 3-0 loss to Port Jefferson
Esteban Valverde is one of a number of young players competing at the Division 1 level with the East Hampton Football Club.
Members of the Ryan family celebrated twice
Taliya Hayes was a double-winner in the meet with Mount Sinai, in the shot-put and discus.
The record-breakers were Danielle Futerman, Nina Piacentine, and Alyssa Bahel. Jack Graves
Brandon Hayes died in an auto accident about a month after his graduation in 1997 from East Hampton High School
The dedicators included, from left, Liz Pucci, Ken Brown, Joe Vas, Bruce Siska, Glenda and John Hayes, Bryona Hayes, Rich Burns, John Hayes Jr., J.P. Foster, Demi Minskoff, and Christina DeSanti.
The half-marathon in Bridgehampton, put on by Diane Weinberger and Amanda Moszkowski, drew a field of 800
Undeterred by fog and wind, the paddlers set off at Sag Harbor’s Havens Beach Saturday morning on the first of two three-mile legs.
Nick Lemon, a Gubbins Running Ahead employee, won; his boss, Barbara Gubbins, was fourth. Jack Graves
The Peconic Baykeeper organization was the beneficiary of Saturday’s stand-up paddleboard races off Havens Beach. Clebber Melo/Drone
An East Hampton 5-2 win over its perennially powerful neighbor, the Ross School
Zack Bogetti, above, and Harrison Kennedy were eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the division tournament this past weekend.
Julian MacGurn during a recent practice session.
The Bonackers went into the meet, which otherwise would have been more closely contested, shorthanded
Will Ellis, on his way to winning the 110-meter high hurdles above in the meet here with Sayville, is the first to arrive and the last to leave, his coach says.
Kevin Barry predicts that T.J. Paradiso, above, will break Artie Fisher’s outdoor mile record next year. Jack Graves