Sports

Wick Hotchkiss, the owner of Stony Hill Stables, will give a dressage exhibition during a fund-raising event on Saturday. Durell Godfrey photos
The Stony Hill Stables Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that offers education and competitive opportunities for children and young adults.

“They’re a unique blend of talent and heart — it’s a wonderful team.”
“Every year the numbers and the skill level have grown,” John Pizzo said of the P.A.L. third-grade boys lacrosse team’s success.

A winning time of 29 minutes and 28.57 seconds
Edwin Kipsang Rotich set course records through the first four miles. Craig Macnaughton
Peter Hawkins, 53, of Malverne, as Bill Rodgers had urged, did his very best in the Shelter Island 10K’s flag-lined last mile, which is dedicated to the late First Lt. Joseph Theinert. Craig Macnaughton

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At the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

Zablotsky, Futerman were Yuska award winners
Amy DiPace Malave will be a two-time Hall of Fame inductee — as an individual and as a member of the county-champion 1980 girls tennis team. Jack Graves
Erick Bock, at left, and Duane Bock, two of this year’s Hall of Fame inductees, have competed professionally in their sports. The latter at present is caddying on the pro golf tour for Kevin Kisner. Jack Graves
The Paul Yuska award winners were Danielle Futerman, who has pole-vaulted 10 feet, and Phil Zablotsky, who is also the senior class’s valedictorian. Jack Graves

Erik Engstrom, the only county cross-country champion East Hampton has produced to date, won it, in 4 minutes and 49.7 seconds
The Old Montauk Athletic Club was well represented in Sunday’s Montauk Mile races. The races benefited East Hampton High’s boys and girls cross-country teams’ planned trip to the Flrunners.com invitational meet in Lakeland, Fla., at the end of September. Jack Graves

“Surfing has allowed me to gain a full respect for the ocean’s power and grandeur,”
“There are watermen, why can’t there be waterwomen?” asks Amanda Calabrese.

Among local competitors Mike Bahel fared best
Matthew Connelly began as a swimmer in high school, turned to rowing in college, and, soon after, to triathloning. Jack Graves