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Teresa Schirrippa, a four-sport athlete when she was at East Hampton High School, has been playing tackle football and flag football for the past 13 years, and, at the age of 31, by which time most athletes have lost a step, she continues to go flat-out.
Marcelo Marchan, a native of Ecuador who used to play for the East Hampton-Bayberry championship men’s soccer team, and, under the Black Dog banner, is a builder here, has begun an ambitious youth soccer academy that is offering clinics for 4-through-6-year-olds and training for 7-through-12-year-olds at the Springs School this month with the idea...
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Carl Johnson remembers how it was when, at the age of 9 or 10, he first went to the summer pickup games at the Bridgehampton Child Care Center on the Sag Harbor Turnpike.
Two thousand runners and triathletes competed here this past weekend in races held Saturday and Sunday.
As for Saturday’s football game here with Greenport-Southold-Mattituck, i.e., the North Fork team, there was little to write home about.
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Joey McKee, who coaches East Hampton High School’s football team, told his players at the end of Saturday night’s 30-9 loss here to Wyandanch, Bonac’s homecoming opponent, to hold their heads high.
“It takes a community,” Mark Crandall, an Amagansetter who heads up Hoops for Hope, a mentoring program for young people in Zimbabwe and South Africa, said at The Star last Thursday of what it took to get Watida Mukukula, one of Zimbabwe’s top junior basketball players, to come for schooling in the United States.
With a crowd of about 200 looking on appreciatively in East Hampton High School’s auditorium Saturday morning, the 1989 gymnastics team, the seven McKee brothers, Ed Bahns, Kathryn Mirras, Brynn Maguire, Sandy McFarland, and the late Eleanor Dickinson Baker and James P. McNally Jr. were inducted into the high school’s Hall of Fame.
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