Sports

Enthusiastic and ready to play
Allura Leggard, who recently competed in the state indoor meet’s 55-meter race, is expected to be one of Yani Cuesta’s versatile competitors this spring. Jack Graves
Jack Louchheim, who will play number-two singles again for East Hampton High’s boys tennis team, has raised $41,000 to build a court at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center. Jack Graves
Maddie Schenck, the varsity softball team’s sophomore catcher, recently broke eight minutes in a 2,000-meter ergometer competition in Boston, which qualified her, she said, to attend the national rowing team’s camp.

It’s gentle, restorative
Roey Ficaro says this, “the reclining bound angle,” which opens the front of the body, is one of restorative yoga’s most important poses.

Lou Reale, East Hampton’s former varsity softball coach, while not a party to John McGeehan’s FOIL lawsuit, has given him his blessing. Jack Graves

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“We’ll be competitive"
The county’s coaches selected Brandon Kennedy-Gay as Suffolk’s small schools player of the year. Jack Graves
East Hampton can expect to have four strong pitchers in Hunter Fromm, Will Mackin, Kyle McKee, and Phillip Zablotsky. Jack Graves

A 67-56 loss to Clark Academy of Dobbs Ferry

"A hidden gem"
Steve Feder, who will run the nine-hole golf course, plans upgrades that go beyond cosmetic improvements. Taylor K. Vecsey

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Local Sports History

The Bridgehampton Killer Bees will have to wait until next year for another try at a state Class D championship. Craig Macnaughton photos
Tylik Furman had a good game, with 15 points, despite a torn meniscus.
Josh Lamison was outnumbered under the basket by the Knights, whom Bridgehampton's coach described as thirstier and hungrier.