The youth tourney was sponsored by the East Hampton Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs
Dylan Fee, with the ball above, was one of four East Hamptoners who were named to Slamming Santa’s third-and-fourth-grade all-tournament team.
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Tortorella Pools won the 7-on-7 league’s final at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Monday evening
Luis (Piri) Correa, at right, and his East Hampton Football Club teammates defeated Fenerbahce, of Queens, 3-1 at the Ross School Sunday to maintain a hold on second place in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s premier division.
Corey DeRosa, making a save above, has largely tended the goal this fall for the East Hampton Football Club’s Division 1 team, which he and John Romero founded last year. Craig Macnaughton
More than 600 — adults, kids, and dogs — were there
More than 600 turned out for the East Hampton Town Recreation Department and Keeshan Realty Turkey Trots in Montauk on Thanksgiving Day.
Nicholas Berglin won Thanksgiving Day’s 3-miler. Jack Graves
Both coaches, Bridgehampton’s Carl Johnson and East Hampton’s Bill McKee, saw good things and not-so-good things
Charles Manning, at left, Josh Lamison, and Tylik Furman ought to provide Bridgehampton’s Killer Bees with formidable firepower.
Varsity and jayvee teams from Mattituck, Westhampton Beach, Pierson, and East Hampton are to vie in the Kendall Madison tourney
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The mix of talent, determination, willingness to sacrifice, and cohesion of this year’s players was indeed unique
Rich King, the soccer team’s head coach, acknowledged East Hampton’s many fans following the Bonackers’ 4-2 loss to Greece Athena in the state Class A final.
The 2014 East Hampton High School boys soccer team won League VI, the county Class A title, and the Long Island championship before finishing as a state finalist in Middletown. Craig Macnaughton
The Blue team defeated the top-seeded Green team 4-3
Kent Spellman, of the victorious Blues, scored two of his team’s goals in the 4-3 win over the Greens in Sportime’s fall roller hockey final on Nov. 11.
Khloe Goncalves, kneeling behind the trophy, which she was later given by her coach, and her 18-and-under Rapid Fire teammates celebrated after winning a national championship recently in Estero, Fla.
“they let me play singles and doubles with the academy kids . . . and they didn’t take it easy on me either.”
Frank Ackley, at the season’s end, is on “a bit of a roll.”