Sports

July 20, 1989 . . . The Achilles tendon tear jeopardized Howard Wood’s career. “There were only a few teams that had confidence in me,” he said, “that would take me without a tryout.” One of them was Metro Santa...
Quentin Bazar, an Amagansetter who’s 12, 6 feet, and growing, said during a recent conversation that he’s “always done things that have to do with the water,” though, in order to pursue the sport he loves, he has to cross a...
Thursday, August 21 TENNIS, pro-am with Chris Evert, Jim Courier, and Patrick McEnroe, East Hampton Indoor-Outdoor Club, Daniel’s Hole Road, Wainscott, 12:30 p.m. Sunday, August 24 HAMPTON CLASSIC, Atlantic Opening Day, with leadline...
John Ryan Jr. reported on his and East Hampton’s senior and junior lifeguard team’s return from the national tournament at Virginia Beach, Va., this past week that the Bonackers, who were up against teams from California, Florida, Texas...
Two youth basketball teams based at the Southampton Recreation Center for which a number of East Hamptoners play reached the finals of a high-powered Amateur Athletic Union tournament at Montauk’s Playhouse Community Center this past weekend...
Timmy Berg, a native of Bradenton, Fla., herded a group of young campers to their lunch break at Hampton Racquet in East Hampton, where he is a camp counselor this summer.
Friday, August 15 ARTISTS-WRITERS, pre-game party and auction, LTV Studios, 75 Industrial Road, Wainscott, 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, August 16 PADDLING, Main Beach Surf & Sport Paddle for Pink 3 and 6-mile races, Havens Beach, Sag Harbor, 8 a.m...
Ashley West, an all-American in the indoor 800-meter race, and a former Landmark Conference runner of the year, has been working all summer at the Gubbins’s New Balance store in East Hampton Village, thus, although she’s been working out...
Lars Svanberg said Paddlers for Humanity’s Montauk-to-Block Island cross­ing on Saturday took place on “a picture perfect day, and drew about 40 paddlers, all of whom had had to raise at least $1,500.”