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"They were scrappy, ready to play; they were going hard.”
The team has been hitting on all cylinders — hitting, serving, digging, returning . . . you name it. Craig Macnaughton

McConville says second serve is most important shot
Zane Musnicki (14), ostensibly a defender, has been an offensive threat too. Craig Macnaughton

Girls volleyball and golf appear to be especially strong
East Hampton’s players have been urged by their coach, Nicole Ficeto, to pass and cut rather than hold on to the ball. Craig Macnaughton
Christian Johnson, at left, caught a long touchdown pass and played at outside linebacker in Monday’s game here with Bayport’s jayvee. Craig Macnaughton Photos

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“We drove the length of the field to open the second half, but turned the ball over on downs at their 15.”
East Hampton’s jayvee football team will be at home to Bayport-Blue Point on Monday at 4:30 p.m. Jack Graves

Potential to be one of Kathy McGeehan’s best
Mikela Junemann (7) is East Hampton’s chief hitter, but there are others too. Craig Macnaughton

There will be a junior varsity football team
A perfect waist-high cross into the penalty box by Keith Quihuiri (10) in the first period of East Hampton’s 2-1 loss here to Sayville on Sept. 5 unaccountably went for naught. Jack Graves

Andrew Kalley, 35, had a winning time of 2 hours, 7 minutes, and 42 seconds
Karen Smyers, who won three world I.T.U. championships and a Hawaiian Ironman in her pro career, was among the Mighty Hamptons Triathlon’s competitors Sunday. Craig Macnaughton
Andrew Kalley, 35, of New York City was the Mighty Hamptons Triathlon’s winner, in 2 hours, 7 minutes, and 42 seconds. Craig Macnaughton Photos