Glen Cove Avellino came in to Sunday’s men’s soccer game here with the East Hampton Football Club eager to avenge last year’s 3-1 loss and to preserve its undefeated record, which it did, much to the locals’ chagrin.
East Hampton High School’s wrestling coach, Steve Tseperkas, entered only nine competitors in Saturday’s Frank (Sprig) Gardner tournament that the high school has played host to since 1975 — a tournament that memorializes “the father of Long Island wrestling.” Five of them placed.
The East Hampton High School boys basketball team, which is, by the way, a pleasure to watch, sustained its first setback of the season here Tuesday night, losing 65-60 to St. John the Baptist, a nonleague opponent, but there was no shame in the loss.
The East Hampton and Bridgehampton High School boys basketball coaches, Bill McKee and Carl Johnson, were feeling pretty good earlier this week after their teams began the season at 2-0 thanks to back-to-back wins in the Kendall Madison Tip-Off round-robin tournament at East Hampton High School.
“You can’t make a mistake in a game at this level — it’s likely to haunt you,” Corey DeRosa, one of the East Hampton Football Club’s Division 1 team’s coaches, said following a disappointing 2-0 second-round state cup loss to the Pancyprian Freedoms here at the Ross School Sunday afternoon.
Scott Green, a power hitter from Hampton Bays who was a scourge of softball pitchers in Amagansett, Sag Harbor, and Southampton in the 1980s and ’90s, and who has overseen since 2004 popular adult baseball tournaments in such venues as Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, and the Tokyo Dome under the Play at the Plate aegis, is heading up the Buckskill...
It’s been about 25 years since East Hampton High School last had a gymnastics team, so the Wittmers, of Springs, have had to go it alone when it comes to their talented daughter, Brooke, who trains at Gym Nation in Riverhead.