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Ron White, who is not only an alumnus but is also the school board president, went for a rebound against the current Killer Bees varsity team in one of two charity games. Christine Sampson
Ainsley Wyche was flanked by two opponents during the first alumni game Friday. He scored a total of 41 points in two games.Christine Sampson
Willie Jenkins, a Bridgehampton graduate, was a spirited play-by-play commentator for the alumni games.Christine Sampson
Members of the current Killer Bees varsity team, who wore black, faced off against alumni who were members of previous championship-winning teams.Christine Sampson
Ainsley Wyche, at right, fired off a midrange jump shot during the first alumni game Friday. He scored a total of 41 points in two games.Christine Sampson
A team of 15 alumni cheerleaders performed for the crowd during the alumni basketball game at the Bridgehampton School.Christine Sampson
About 30 former Bridgehampton basketball players and 15 alumni cheerleaders joined the current varsity basketball team and cheerleading squad for a pair of games on Friday that packed the gym. The event was a fund-raiser for the class of 2016.Christine Sampson



An Uber driver pulled over by East Hampton Town police on May 25 in Montauk T.E. McMorrow

Frank talk on suicide, youth mental health

Built for Bridgehampton house, an Opus 39 is making new music at church
Although most of the pipe organ was disassembled before being moved, the two keyboards stayed together. Durell Godfrey
Left,Scaffolding was set up at Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church before the many parts, including the wooden pipes laying in the foreground, were hoisted up to the balcony. Right, the organ was reassembled and ready to play in about a week. Durell Godfrey Photos

Drivers not yet subject to background checks

Pio Lombardo, standing at right, a consulting engineer, discussed a proposal to create a centralized wastewater treatment system for downtown Montauk properties at a meeting of the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday night. Janis Hewitt

Roger Smith, the Springs School architect, led the first meeting of the newly formed facilities committee on May 27. Christine Sampson

The water quality of Hook Pond is poor, with dangerously low levels of dissolved oxygen, a condition fatal to aquatic life, according to Pio Lombardo, the principal of the firm conducting water quality studies for the town and village. Morgan McGivern