The East Hampton Football Club, which plays in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s third division, leads that division at 6-0-0 at the moment. The team defeated the South Jamaica Portuguese this past Sunday by a score of 6-1.
According to the schedule, the team won’t play again until Nov. 24, versus Crete, at the Ross School.
Hampton United, East Hampton’s over-30 entry in the Suffolk Men’s Soccer League’s second division, is in third place at the moment, with a 5-1-2 record, behind Charruas 1950 (7-0-1) and Manorville (6-2-0). Hampton United played to a 1-1 tie at Lindenhurst Sunday. Stony Brook United is to play an over-30 game with Hampton United at the Ross School this Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Mike Ritsi, who manages the Sportime Arena in Amagansett, said this week that he’s “trying to build our youth hockey, basketball, and soccer leagues,” and invites inquiries.
Sportime will hold full and half-day Veterans Day camps on Monday for children aged 4 through 13 years. Dodgeball, basketball, soccer, kickball, flag football, “and much more,” will be played. A half day will cost $65, a full one, $85. Lunch will be included, Ritsi said.
Flag football, inline skating, roller hockey, multisport, dodgeball, lacrosse, and soccer offerings are to begin this week, he added.
In Senior Game
Danielle Waleko of Wainscott, a Drew University senior, was one of two players from that team to be selected to play in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association’s Division III Senior Game in Virginia Beach on Nov. 23. As of this past week, Drew University was ranked 19th in the country with a 14-2 record.
A two-year starter for the Rangers after transferring from Susquehanna University, Waleko’s 13 assists lead the Landmark Conference, which ups her two-season total to 25, placing her seventh on Drew’s all-time career assist list.