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The team’s pretty much all freshmen and sophomores
Axel Alanis, East Hampton’s 170-pounder, is only a freshman, but looked very good Saturday. Versus a Sayville senior, above, he almost erased a large deficit when he clamped on a headlock in the third period.
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It’s been a long while since the girls have been 5-1
Carley Seekamp, with the ball, was a great help on the boards and also chipped in with 8 points here Friday night.
Productive outings in pools this past week
The Hurricanes had 12 finalists at Eisenhower Park, among them, from left, Liana Paradiso, Chasen Dubs, Cecelia de Havenon, Maggie Purcell, Ryan Duryea, Alex Astilean, Noelle Capone, and, at the rear with Tom Cohill, the coach, Thomas Brierley, Skye Marigold, Lilah Minetree, and Georgie Bogetti. Another finalist, Marikate Ryan, is not in the photo.
Ricci Paradiso 4
“We’re off to a good start — we’ve got wins over Rocky Point, Southampton, Southold, and Westhampton Beach,”
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Platform tennis, tennis, golf, paddleboarding, sailboarding, snorkeling, and skiing being among her interests
Marie Minnick, above, and Mary Scheerer are Long Island’s 50s champions in platform tennis.
Shoreham coach: ‘East Hampton is back’
Adam Cebulski, a junior, at right, was East Hampton’s number-one runner, and Erik Engstrom, at left, who wound up as the second-ranked freshman in Suffolk County, was number-two.
Maidstone Market, the Yankees, as it were, of soccer here, won their ninth championship in Herrick Park’s 7-on-7 league
Maidstone Market after the team’s 7-on-7 league victory over Tortorella Pools at Herrick Park on Dec. 3.