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There was no letup to the mighty noise in the stands
Pierson’s bleacher creatures hoped Southold’s Grace Syron would miss both shots, but she made the second, driving the proverbial dagger into the Whalers’ hearts.
Nia Dawson, a senior from Bridgehampton, is Pierson-Bridgehampton’s star. She finished with 24 points in Friday’s 69-65 loss. Jack Graves
High-school-age team to debut Sunday morning
Everybody, including the five MacIsaac brothers, played hockey in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Bruce MacIsaac says he gets a kick out of watching kids learn. Jack Graves
“Football is not dying here,”
East Hampton went 1-7 last fall, but was in every game.
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A 93-69 win here over Stony Brook
Joey Badilla, an eighth grader from Pierson, was among East Hampton’s winners in the meet with Stony Brook on Jan. 24.
A documentary on Bridgehampton High School’s storied Killer Bees
Dr. Bob North of New York City and Sag Harbor, who oversaw the Bridgehampton Child Care Center in the 1970s, helped the Cummings brothers trace the center’s history for their documentary film on the Killer Bees.
East Hampton’s Ethan McCormac won two individual events, the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 freestyle
Ryan Duryea finished second in the 100-yard breaststroke in the meet with Hauppauge here on Jan. 17.
Coach Johnson wants to fire up the defense
Elijah White, with the ball above, was one of five Killer Bee starters who finished in double figures in the team’s 87-66 win over the Pierson Whalers on Jan. 18.