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There’s reason to hope
Andreas Koutsogiannis, at right, was an East Hampton champion in Saturday’s Sprig Gardner tournament at 195 pounds. Craig Macnaughton

There are 12 freshmen on Craig Brierley’s team
Ryan Duryea, a junior, was a three-time winner in last Thursday’s swim meet here with Stony Brook — as a member of the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams and in the 200 individual medley. Craig Macnaughton

Maidstone Market wins 3-1
Antonio Padilla, at left, was a thorn in the side of Tortorella Pools and Hampton F.C.-Bill Miller in the 7-on-7 playoffs, scoring a goal in each of Maidstone Market’s wins. Craig Macnaughton

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Besting Pierson (Sag Harbor) 60-47 in Saturday’s championship game
Bladimir Rodriguez Garces, coming down with a rebound above, beyond the outstretched arm of Pierson’s Emmett Shaughnessy in the Kendall Madison Tip-Off tourney’s championship game, has been working on his inside moves, as has the Bonackers’ 6-foot-8-inch center, Chris Stoecker. Craig Macnaughton

Nick West was at full strength in Saturday’s National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III championship game in Greensboro, N.C.
Nick West has a lot more facial hair now than he did when he led East Hampton High’s boys soccer team to the state’s Final Four in 2014. Craig Macnaughton

The East Hampton High School boys swimmers swamped Smithtown
Kevin Weiss swam in the 200 and 400 freestyle relay events for East Hampton in Friday’s meet here with Smithtown. Craig Macnaughton
Paige Schaefer and her Pierson-Bridgehampton teammates made it hard for East Hampton’s Maddie Schenck and her teammates to get inside in Saturday’s nonleaguer in Sag Harbor. Craig Macnaughton

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“All the money after we pay our expenses will go to the Montauk Food Pantry.”
Thanksgiving Day’s Turkey Trot turnout was the largest yet, as the above photo, taken as the hordes headed up Montauk’s Edgemere Road, ought to attest. Jack Graves
Dylan Fine, the three-miler’s winner, runs for Georgetown, the runner-up, Nicholas Berglin, a SUNY Oneonta runner, said. Jack Graves

The feather in the boys’ cap was a 3-point overtime “win” over Riverhead
Turner Foster, with the ball, and Jack Reese, alongside him, will lead the charge this winter. Jack Graves