As did the varsity, East Hampton High School’s junior varsity football team finished the season Saturday at 26, but, as opposed to the varsity, on a high note, a very high note given its 50-8 rout of Wyandanch.
Ryan Pilla, “the Car Doctor,” who set a world speed record for Mazda MX5s on Utah’s Bonneville Flats in 2011, a four-cylinder record that still stands, recently won for the third straight year a Sports Car Club of America national championship in the same type of car at the New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville.
Hampton F.C.-Bill Miller, the defending 7-on-7 men’s soccer champion, continued undefeated in fall season play at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Monday night by besting, even though it played most of the game a man down, F.C. Tuxpan 3-1.
Will Stedman, who fondly recalls the mentoring he received in his early years here from Fran Kiernan, Mike Burns, John Geehreng, Chris Cosich, Bill Barbour Sr., and John Ryan Sr., among others, cut his triathletic teeth recently in the Hawaii Ironman.
It’s always a numbers game with the Montauk Rugby Club, and while the side fielded a solid 15 at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Saturday, the New Haven Old Black R.C., in the absence of some key Montauk players sidelined by injuries, Conner Miller, perhaps, being the chief one, wore the locals down in the second half on the way to a 44-19 rout.
The East Hampton High School boys cross-country team was to have vied with Bayport-Blue Point for the league championship at Sunken Meadow State Park Tuesday. The girls swim team, whose overall record stood at 4-2 as of Monday, continues to point toward the league meet at the end of the month, and Bonac’s golf team as of Monday was on the verge of...
East Hampton High School’s volleyball coaches, Josh Brussell and Kathy McGeehan, said this past week that they were “excited” when it comes to their teams, though the girls program, which has 16 ninth graders split between its varsity and junior varsity, has longer to go before it will be a top Class B contender again.
Craig Brierley, who coaches East Hampton High’s girls swimming team, said the day after an easy win here over Stony Brook last week that this team, which has on it four eighth graders who’ve already made a splash, is the best in the history of the program, which dates to 2007.