East Hampton-Bridgehampton will remain in Division IV

Erik Engstrom and Allura Leggard are to go to the state meets
T.J. Calabrese, East Hampton’s butterflier, was one of those who lowered his times in the county boys swimming meet. Lynne Calabrese

Defeat Shelter Island for the third straight time
Tylik Furman, Bridgehampton’s senior point guard, and his Killer Bee teammates want to win another state title. Craig Macnaughton
Elijah Jackson, at left, who led the Bees with 27 points, hardly missed in Saturday’s county Class D championship game. Craig Macnaughton

The Class A final is Friday at Selden
Brandon Johnson has been a force inside for East Hampton High’s boys basketball team this season. Craig Macnaughton
Jack Reese’s dribbling dexterity while under pressure reminded the photographer of the Harlem Globetrotters. Craig Macnaughton

Killer Bees swat Stony Brook
Jamari Gant (11), contesting a rebound above, was one of 11 Killer Bees who saw action in Saturday’s 100-39 rout of Stony Brook in the Beehive. Craig Macnaughton
Saturday’s game at Bridgehampton High School marked the last appearance there of the boys basketball team’s seniors, Josh Lamison (above), Tylik Furman, Matt Hostetter, and Jamari Gant. Craig Macnaughton

Desperately seeking Biddy basketball girls and boys
Cecilia Blowe, shooting at right, and her Bonac teammates have gone winless this season, though their coach, Howard Wood, says “they’re a great group.” Craig Macnaughton
Howard Wood, at left, who coaches the East Hampton High School girls basketball team, handed out roses to his seniors before their home finale last Thursday. Craig Macnaughton

The swim team finished fourth in the League III meet this past week
Josh King, at right, and Axel Alanis are to compete in the county wrestling tournament tomorrow. Jack Graves

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