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Future looks bright if the kids keep playing
Winning a District 36 championship earned East Hampton’s 9-to-10-year-old Little League baseball team fire truck rides on their return home Saturday Durell Godfrey
Never before in East Hampton annals has a 9-10 baseball team, as the above one did, won back-to-back District 36 championships. Kristen Alversa

“Everyone’s invited . . . tell your friends, tell your friends’ friends!”
Holly Rubenstein has kept a lot of balls in the air over the past couple of years as the Clubhouse at East Hampton Indoor Tennis, which opens today, has taken shape. Craig Macnaughton

East Hampton’s 9-and-10-year-old traveling all-star baseball team has won the District 36 championship
Bring ‘em on: East Hampton Little League’s 11-12-year-old team brought a 5-1 record into District 36’s final rounds this week. Jack Graves

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Katie Kuneth pitched as the East Hampton Little League 10-11-year-old softball team trounced Westhampton here Saturday. Craig Macnaughton

The Paul Yuska award is given to the senior class’s top athletes
Maddie Schenck is to major in athletic training and minor in adventure education at Plymouth State. Jack Graves

The 11-12 boys team coached by Kenny Dodge “mercied” two opponents
Carter Dickinson didn’t put the tag on this Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton runner at third in the second inning, but otherwise Monday’s news was good insofar as East Hampton’s 11-12 Little League team, which won 13-2, was concerned. Craig Macnaughton

The Cummings film is Academy Award-eligible
The last time Jamari Gant showed his mother, Lakisha, a computer, over the Christmas break, it had come to grief. Jack Graves

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Wick Hotchkiss, Stony Hill Stables’ owner and a gold-medal-winner in dressage, captured everyone’s attention as she rode Tejo in a benefit for a scholarship fund at Stony Hill Saturday evening. Durell Godfrey

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