Sports Briefs 05.23.13

Local sports notes

Golfers Win
    The East Hampton High School golf team on Monday at the Indian Island course in Riverhead won its fifth division title in a row as Ian Lynch led the way with a 76, earning the senior a spot in the tourney’s second day, along with his teammate, Matt Griffiths, a junior, who shot a 79.
    “It kind of takes the sting out of the fall season when we finished third, behind Southampton and Pierson,” said East Hampton’s coach, Claude Beudert.
    As a team, East Hampton finished in eighth place. The top six played for the county team championship Tuesday. Lynch, who was the divisional runner-up, went into the second day ranked 10th. He was hoping to finish in the top nine, which would have qualified him for the state tourney that is to be played at Cornell University from June 1 to 3.

Century Ride
    Lisa Kristel of Montauk, who is to do the century bicycle ride from Manhattan on June 1, is asking for donations to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on behalf of Alec Ryman, a University of Michigan sophomore who was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia at the age of 7.
    Her Web site page ( says “this is my 10th year with Team in Training and it’s likely to be my last. I hope you can help the Rymans and me reach our goal of raising $25,000 for this last-chance event.”

Spin Fund-Raiser
    A 45-minute spin class at Flywheel Sports in East Hampton on June 1, from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m., will raise money for the Bridgehampton and Southampton Head Start programs, Kiley Sabatino has said in an e-mailed release. “All participants will be entered in a raffle to win fun, local prizes, including a wine tasting for two at the Wolffer Estate, a one-hour massage at Naturopathica, a gift certificate to Gloria Jewel boutique, and local flowers from Groundworks at Hren’s, and more.”