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“We’ve got 82 to 83 kids here all playing travel basketball, many of them almost year round.”

A move dictated by new enrollment numbers
For East Hampton High School’s football team, the choice was to either move up from Conference IV to Conference III “or not play,” said Joe McKee, East Hampton’s varsity coach. Craig Macnaughton
East Hampton High’s baseball team made its debut here Monday in a scrimmage with Southampton. James Foster, the Bonackers’ catcher, is in the foreground.Jack Graves

“But we’re coming for them next year.”
Marikate Ryan, one of the Hurricanes’ captains, did the butterfly stroke in three events. Julieanne Purcell

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‘You can’t read a book when watching hockey — it grips you’
Alan Latkovic, Madison Square Garden’s vice president for season subscriptions, presented Peter Schaeffer, at right, with his own home jersey at the Rangers game on March 4. Erik Peterson

Afflicting the St. John’s Saints of Southampton, 59-15
Jack Dickinson, putting a shot up above, scored a game-high 17 points. Craig Macnaughton

Andrew Jurkiewicz did it all on his own
The coaches were pleased when the East Hampton High senior said he’d be happy to play anywhere. Jack Graves

The Sharks, improved to 3-1 on the season
Robby Nicholson, above, his brother, Brett, and Brandon Rodriquez poured it on after the visitors went up 3-0. Craig Macnaughton

The Bonackers, who went undefeated in league play the past two years, have lost only two to graduation
Jack Louchheim, a freshman with two years of experience, is the team’s number-one. Jack Graves