Talik Furman, left, and Josh Lamison celebrate winning the New York State Class D Championship on Saturday.
Charles Manning Jr. led with 31 points. Craig Macnaughton
Photos by Craig Macnaughton
For the first time since 1998, Bridgehampton is sending a team upstate
Elijah Jackson (23) and his Bridgehampton Killer Bee teammates (Matt Hostetter is in the background) made the going rough for the Livingston Manor Wildcats in Friday’s Southeast regional playoff game at Selden.
Charles Manning Jr., with the ball above, led the Bees Friday with 21 points, 13 rebounds, and 12 steals. Craig Macnaughton
All the teams except boys tennis have been outside
Ready or not, the spring sports season has begun.
A Booster Club-sponsored shovel brigade made East Hampton High’s turf field playable by the time the spring season began. Jack Graves
"Host families are the backbone of summer baseball — without them these leagues wouldn’t exist.”
Chris Gallic and Sean Meekins, who boarded with the Herlihys, “were great role models” for the Herlihys’ children, Paige and Aydan, shown above with the players and the family’s Welsh terrier, Maggie Mae.
Tyler Jarvis’s Blue team bested the top-seeded White team 10-3
The winter roller hockey league’s champion was the Blue team, which in the final upended the top-seeded White team 10-3 on March 3 at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett.
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“My goal is to field teams this year at the varsity and junior varsity level. I know it’s not going to be easy, but the early indications are that it will be achievable.”
Joe McKee, the new coach, said he didn’t want to see the program falter.
Thirty-four athletes turned out for football practice in East Hampton High’s gym on Feb. 25.
Will happy days be here again? Things are looking up for Bonac football. Above, the boys celebrated beating Southampton for the Hampton Cup in 2012. John Musnicki
Bonefishing in the Bahamas, just for starters
The brown trout Patti Ferrin held proudly, before she released it, weighed 17 pounds.