Sports

November 3, 1988     The late-season turnaround continued Saturday as the East Hampton High School football team, cheered on by a wildly enthusiastic homecoming crowd, humbled winless Greenport-Southold 28-0.
    The Montauk Rugby Club and the Old Montauk Athletic Club celebrated some of their own at holiday dinners in Sag Harbor — in the rugby team’s case — and at the South Fork Country Club in Amagansett.
    Garth Wakeford, the South African-born number-eight man of the Montauk Rugby Club, spoke movingly at the club’s holiday dinner in Sag Harbor recently of the late Nelson Mandela, who united his country, and who became a...
Friday, December 27 WRESTLING, East Hampton at Half Hollow Hills East tournament, 9 a.m. BOYS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Center Moriches tournament, Center Moriches High School, 5 p.m. Saturday, December 28 WRESTLING, East Hampton at Half...
    Valinda Miller Valcich, when told during a recent conversation that she’s known as the best golfer, man or woman, at Montauk Downs, said she was “humbled,” though her golf bona fides, which include a 3-handicap...
    The East Hampton High School boys basketball team was to have played three games last week, but wound up playing just one, here with Shoreham-Wading River on Dec. 11.     That game went down to the wire, with...
    The East Hampton High School wrestling team placed sixth among the eight schools that vied here Saturday in the Sprig Gardner tournament, an all-day tourney that officially opens Bonac’s wrestling season.   ...
    Five East Hampton High School seniors, three of whom play lacrosse, one of whom plays volleyball, and one of whom swims, and their proud parents celebrated at the high school’s library on Dec. 11 the fact that they have been...
    A number of South Fork high school athletes were cited in Sunday’s Newsday, among them Kasey Gilbride, Katherine Matthers, and India Hemby of the state-championship Pierson field hockey team.