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East Hampton’s reserves defeated their Glen Cove counterparts 2-0 and the A team beat the New York Athletic Club 1-0.
Luis (Piri) Correa and Mario Olaya celebrated what proved to be Correa’s game-winning goal in a second-round State Cup game with the New York Athletic Club here Sunday. Craig Macnaughton

Sunday’s edition drew 188 contestants, all the merrier because of the balmy weather, the free beer, and a palpable sense of community
George Watson, with the megaphone, and his son Chris were pleased with the turnout on the Dock’s last day: 188. Jack Graves
Britton Bistrian, Beth Feit, Juliana Duryea (the women’s winner), Caroline Cashin, and Sharon McCobb were among the 3.3-mile Dock race’s competitors Sunday. Jack Graves

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The win improved the locals to 6-1-0 in league play
Mario Olaya, one of the young players who have been brought up from the East Hampton Football Club’s Division 1 reserve team, scored the last goal in Sunday’s 3-0 A-game win over Real New York at the Ross School. Craig Macnaughton

East Hampton’s team placed fourth
Julia Brierley, competing in the 200 individual medley above, was a member of East Hampton’s two state-qualifying relay teams. Diana Winthrop

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Bonac sophomore underdog wins golf championship
Turner Foster was rewarded, his coach, Claude Beudert, said, for all of his hard work. Jack Graves

There were many dogs, too, and the weather could not have been better
James Dietz, in the foreground, the winning Indian Wells Tavern team’s 5,000-meter rower, placed third in the Olympic trials four years ago. Craig Macnaughton
Nick Lemon did the 3-mile run leg in 16:22. Craig Macnaughton
Rob Reich and fellow cyclists awaited tags following the initial rowing leg before setting out onto the windy 6-mile bike course. Craig Macnaughton Photos