From T-ball to swimming to raising money for the fight against Huntington's disease the youth of the East End have a very active May schedule.
The high-flying men’s soccer team, the East Hampton Football Club, stumbled here Sunday in a game with the Long Island Soccer Football League’s two-time defending Division 1 champion, Port Jefferson, losing 3-0.
Three East Hampton High School records were set in the girls track meet here with Mount Sinai last Thursday — a meet that the Bonackers won 95-54, thus enabling them to finish the regular season at 3-3.
Brandon Hayes was remembered at the dedication of a new scoreboard at East Hampton High School on May 6 — a scoreboard whose $18,000 cost was underwritten last year by East Hampton’s Rotary Club.
Athletes took to the water and to the roads Saturday in Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton, their efforts in keeping with spring’s irrepressible advance.
Julian MacGurn, the junior who plays first singles for the East Hampton High School boys tennis team, wound up as the runner-up to Shoreham-Wading River’s Chris Kuhnle in the Division IV tournament played at William Floyd High School this past week.
A win over Ross improved the Bonackers' record to 14-0 over all and apparently marked the first East Hampton victory against the league champion in five of the seven years that the private school has fielded a team.
“We did well in track, but unfortunately the sport is track and field,” Kevin Barry, who assists Luis Morales in coaching East Hampton High’s boys track team, said following April 28th’s 92-48 loss here to Sayville.
The last time the East Hampton and William Floyd boys tennis teams met, on April 25, the match went down to a three-setter at third doubles, the Bonackers emerging as a 4-3 winner.