A noteworthy victory
Wanya Reid, in the van above, and Hunter Kelsey, at left, have provided a strong one-two punch for East Hampton in the sprints.
The veteran coach — one of the state’s winningest — began his playoff skein here in 1993
Courtney Dess, crossing the plate following her two-run home run in the fifth inning of Friday’s softball game here with Rocky Point, pitched well that day in relief of Casey Waleko.
“The idea is to empower them,” I-Tri’s founder, Theresa Roden, has said concerning I-Tri’s mission
Kaya Mulligan and Noely Martinez will root on their mothers, Alissa Mulligan, at left, and Noemi Sanchez, in June’s Turbo Tri.
East Hampton was up for the May Day showdown
East Hampton’s boys tennis team, celebrating its 4-3 win here over Ross on May 1, defeated all its league opponents save Westhampton Beach.
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Teaching kids golf and life lessons
The gym at the Springs School was full of sixth graders learning the game of golf Tuesday morning under the watchful eyes of Mark McKee, above, and John Foster thanks to Kevin Smith, the head pro at Montauk Downs, and the Greater East Hampton Education Foundation.
Epic’s four partners are giving back
Alandra Aguilar was one of six Springs School I-Tri sixth graders who were given a free workout with TRX straps last Thursday afternoon at the Epic Strength and Conditioning studio adjacent to the Maidstone Market.
The softball team as of Monday was riding the crest of a three-game winning streak
Max Lerner, who was to score East Hampton’s sole run in the high school baseball game with Bayport-Blue Point here Friday, slid safely back into first base in the sixth inning.
The Cosmos went into the match with the Mariners at 10-1 in league play and 10-2 over all.