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At the United States Tennis Association’s clay court championships
One of Frank Ackley’s goals is to put more kick into his kick serve. Jack Graves

Former E.H. High soccer star leads team to second-round win in Division III playoff game
Nick West’s two goals sufficed to defeat Johns Hopkins in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III second-round playoff game Saturday. Messiah College Athletics

Saturday’s row-bike-run-row relay race in Montauk brought in five grand for OMAC
Neil Falkenhan’s 5,000-meter row time was said to have been 18 seconds off the world record in his age group. Jack Graves

Three E.H. High runners were in the top four
Ryan Fowkes, who “underperformed” in the state cross-country meet Saturday, rebounded with an easy win in the 3.3-mile Dock race Sunday. Jack Graves
George Watson, who often used to win his October races, arguably is the last race director to eschew computer chips. Jack Graves


In the end, Kings Park made fewer mistakes
Mikela Junemann, Bonac’s chief hitting threat, probably ought to have been set more, Kathy McGeehan, East Hampton’s coach, said afterward. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Molly Mamay proved herself once again to be a defensive stalwart.
Erin Decker tried for a block.

Brierley will take five to the state meet in Ithaca
Sophia Swanson led the girls swimming team in scoring at the county meet with 30 points, amassed as a member of the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams and as the fourth-place finisher in the 100 butterfly and 100 freestyle. Craig Macnaughton
Jane Brierley, Oona Foulser, Julia Brierley, and Sophia Swanson have qualified for the state girls swimming meet in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay events. Swanson is also qualified to swim in the 100 free and 100 butterfly, and Jane Brierley in the 100 breaststroke. Jack Graves

Ed and Caroline Cashin’s Truth Training fitness studio crew ran in the New York City Marathon Sunday
The Truth Training group comprised, from left, Beth Feit, Caroline Cashin, Sue De Lara, Sinead FitzGibbon, Holly Li, and Britton Bistrian. The group’s Ursula McNamara is not pictured. John Emptage

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Bonac's field hockey team finished 9-5 but didn't make the playoffs. Craig Macnaughton

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