Sports

"Everything worked out beautifully, it was all good.”
The Shelter Island 10K, dedicated this year to “overcoming obstacles,” drew a field of about 1,000 to its 10K and some 300 to its 5K. Carrie Ann Salvi

More than 30 showed up for alumni game
One of those who participated in East Hampton High’s first alumni boys soccer game Friday was Brandon West, whose Messiah College team won the national Division III championship last fall. Jack Graves

John Graham, who, with his sister, Monica, revived the former Green Hollow club last year, is a highly regarded teacher of children
Fun was emphasized at East Hampton Indoor’s kids tennis “festival” Saturday. Jack Graves

Men’s soccer league
Marco Bautista, at right, one of the Hideaway’s stalwarts, contended for the ball with one of the Maidstone Market’s defenders, Antonio Padilla, in the second half of a game on June 12 that the Hideaway won 3-1. Jack Graves

The triathlete registered for the race after winning it in 40 minutes and 15.42 seconds.
Sally Dawson’s thing is swimming, she said, after winning among the women, and finishing second over all, in Saturday’s Turbo-Tri triathlon. Jack Graves

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An almost-four-hour-long convocation that tested some attendees’ stamina
Among those honored at East Hampton High School’s athletic awards dinner on June 5 were, clockwise from top left, Dana Cebulski, who set seven records in girls track; John Pizzo and Melanie Mackin, the Paul Yuska award winners, shown with the athletic director, Joe Vas, and Steve Redlus, the East Hampton Coaches Association president; Ian Lynch, a six-year letterman in golf, shown with his coach, Claude Beudert, and Kaelyn Ward, who set the girls basketball career-scoring mark this season, shown with her coach, Howard Wood. Jack Graves

The designees are to be formally inducted on homecoming day, Saturday, Oct. 12
The 1965 championship East Hampton High School football team, which is to be inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame on Oct. 12, is said to have had the greatest number of outstanding athletes in East Hampton’s history.

Poole blew Eickelberg and everyone else away on the bike
The women’s winner, Ali Crum, posed after crossing the line with two I-Tri volunteers, Maliaq Guebli and Sarah Havens. Jack Graves