Sports

Josh Brussell
hed Zach Newburger, a senior (on the baseline), with Max Snow, a freshman (at the net), at first doubles. Jack Graves


Dylan Carroza
Dylan Carroza, who pitched East Hampton to a 3-0 win at Shoreham-Wading River on April 6, can hit too. Jack Graves

The boys were still looking for a league win
Erica Silich
Erica Silich, carrying the ball above in the game with Rocky Point, led East Hampton’s girls team with four goals at Elwood-John Glenn Friday. Jack Graves

Katy’s Courage 5K
Sag Harbor’s Main Street was filled to the brim with runners and walkers of all ages who turned out Saturday for the first Katy’s Courage 5K. Among the estimated 1,600 participants were, bottom from left, Erik Engstrom, a highly touted 12-year-old East Hamptoner, Mike Semkus, a triathlete and former three-sport athlete at Pierson High who was the overall winner; Laura Brown, the women’s winner, and Jim Stewart, Katy’s father. Durell Godfrey Photos

Mike Peralta, on his way to a runner-up finish in the Rocky Point meet here on March 30, and Brock Lownes are vying to determine which of them will be East Hampton’s top performer in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles. Jack Graves

Casey Waleko
Casey Waleko must build up her stamina and strength, East Hampton’s softball coach, Lou Reale, said after Saturday’s 4-1 win here over Westhampton Beach. Durell Godfrey

Bonac’s girls are hoping for a winning season
Rocky Point’s defenders made it difficult for the Bonackers who took eight-meter shots following penalty calls. East Hampton’s girls team was able to convert only one of eight such attempts in the game. Jack Graves