Luis Correa, heading goalward above, scored three of the East Hampton Football Club’s four goals in Sunday’s State Cup game.
Winter track teams have had good turnouts
Unleashed, he might have won.
The Whalers’ coach, Kevin Barron, is presumably hoping that Kasey Gilbride, left, will come up big for the Pierson girls basketball team. James Hewitt was one of several Bonackers to put up shots from beyond the arc in Monday’s scrimmage here with Bridgehampton.
The distinct bite marks on a half-eaten seal found near Ditch Plain last Thursday and a common dolphin found bitten in half there Saturday are indicative of a white shark, probably feeding relatively close to shore.
The rout of the West Division’s runner-up team improved East Hampton’s record in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s third division to 7-0-0
Diego Marles headed home Antonio Padilla’s corner kick in the early going of Sunday’s men’s soccer game at the Ross School to make it 2-0 in the East Hampton Football Club’s favor.
Four goals by Tyler Jarvis (10) went for naught in the Yellow Team’s 6-5 playoff final win over the Kings at the Sportime Arena on Nov. 19. Jack Graves
The boys team lost only three to graduation
The Hurricanes, the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter’s youth swim team, got their feet wet here on Nov. 16.
Sometimes, especially with old cars, his specialty, you had to make the parts yourself
Jim Shelly, above, says the going price for an Aston Martin DB5, the car driven by James Bond, is “around $600,000 . . . for the junky ones.”
The two with the highest aggregate G.P.A. in that group were field hockey (96.388) and girls swimming (96.072)
Maggie Pizzo, this month’s News 12 Long Island scholar-athlete honoree, will play lacrosse at Yale University, and presumably also the flute, as she did at a national high school band concert in Nashville recently.