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Fund-raiser tonight at Meeting House restaurant
Good things are expected this spring from Hunter Fromm, who his coaches think will be one of the league’s best pitchers. Jack Graves

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An increase in East Hampton’s enrollment has kicked it back up into the black-and-blue Division III
Jarrel Walker, one of the star football players from Bridgehampton who played on East Hampton High School's team over the years, seen in 2002. Jack Graves

A spirited 60-49 Class C semifinal win here over Southold-Greenport on Feb. 16
Celia Barranco, at left, and Katie Kneeland, at right, will return to the Whalers’ lineup next year, though this season’s other starters, Lily Kot, Isabel Peters, and Nia Dawson, will be gone. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Kevin Barron wanted the ball to inbound at midcourt after calling a timeout with 16 seconds remaining in Saturday’s Class C championship game with Port Jefferson, but the Whalers had to bring it all the way up. Craig Macnaughton

Anthony McGorisk won the 50 free in 22.71 seconds, the 100 free in 49.45, and the 200 in 1:50.20
Anthony McGorisk is an East Hampton Town lifeguard lieutenant at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett in the summer. Jeannine Ryan

A 14-1 rout of Southampton
Ben Waif, a Shelter Islander who is the Buckskill Sharks’ goalie, let only one get by Saturday in a game with Southampton. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Robby Nicholson, who can score, contented himself that morning with defending.

Bright prospects
Ethan McCormac’s leg in the 400 freestyle relay qualified him for the state meet, which is to be held at the Nassau County Aquatic Center on March 3 and 4. With him was East Hampton’s coach, Craig Brierley. Fingan McCormac