The East Hampton High School football team had been hoping to record its first win of the season at McGann-Mercy Friday night, but, alas, it was not to be as the similarly winless homecoming hosts were to prevail 21-6.
The East Hampton High School boys soccer team, which, powered by Kumani Clark’s hat trick, sank the Southampton Mariners here on Oct. 18, thus assuring itself of the fourth seed and a first-round home game in the county Class A tournament, is to play that game here today, at 2 p.m., with Harborfields, League V’s third-place finisher.
Walter Banfield, a member of the Marder family who, while reared in southern Virginia, has spent his summers in Springs, recently won the United States’ lightweight under-23 singles rowing title and competed in the world championships in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Before the season began, local cross-country coaches agreed to hold three crossover meets here, the first on Shelter Island, the second on Pierson’s course in the environs of Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park, and the third — and the only one to draw all four teams, Shelter Island, East Hampton, Pierson, and the Ross School — at Cedar Point County...
Well, it’s all come down to this. Which is to say that the East Hampton High School and McGann-Mercy football teams are to do battle under the lights at the Riverhead Catholic school tomorrow night to see in all likelihood which will finish the season with a win.
East Hampton High’s boys soccer team, which had outscored its last three opponents 17-1 all told going into this week’s action, was to have played Southampton here Tuesday to determine whether it would get a home game in the first round of the county playoffs, which for the Class A schools are to begin next Thursday.
Rebecca Kuperschmid, who plays number-one singles for the East Hampton High School girls tennis team, assured herself of a berth in the coming county individual tournament by making it to the quarterfinal round of the division tourney this week.