A round up of playoff news
East Hampton’s girls team (that’s Katie Brierley, the libero, returning a serve above, with Carley Seekamp in the background) expects to meet John Glenn in the county Class B semifinal.
Alyssa Bahel, maneuvering the ball above, and her East Hampton teammates were 8-5 as of Tuesday, having exceeded their goal of a .500 season. Craig Macnaughton
Brady Yusko and his fellow Bonackers are to play host to the probable top small schools seed, Eastport-South Manor, here Monday. Craig Macnaughton
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Tied with Southampton and Pierson-Bridgehampton
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Two second-half goals bested Forest Park
A chip from Antonio Padilla, at right, helped to get the East Hampton Football Club on the scoreboard in the second half.
Erik Engstrom, finished eighth, in 13 minutes and 6.5 seconds
Erik Engstrom, at left, placed eighth over all in the Manhattan College High School Invitational’s Varsity A race.
Sophia DePasquale, at right, is always in the mix in East Hampton field hockey games. In her wake above was Pierson’s Rachel Miller. Craig Macnaughton
A crushing defeat
Things went south after the Bonackers had taken a 2-0 lead.
“We struggled with blocking, transition attack, and defense"
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In the final minute Max Lerner’s header won it.
Jonathan Chunchi went for the ball in Monday's match against Elwood-John Glenn.Craig Macnaughton
Max Lerner made the game-winning goal.Craig Macnaughton
Max Lerner battled with a Elwood-John Glenn player.Craig Macnaughton
The closest of the numerous close calls came midway through the first period when a ground-hugging penalty kick by Nick West, East Hampton’s chief offensive threat.Craig Macnaughton
Bryan Oreamuno, who is wore a face mask after he broke his nose this season, assisted Max Lerner in the game-winning goal.Craig Macnaughton
Nick West with the ballCraig Macnaughton
Max Lerner Craig Macnaughton
Max Lerner was interviewed by a television crew after the game.Craig Macnaughton