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An almost-four-hour-long convocation that tested some attendees’ stamina
Among those honored at East Hampton High School’s athletic awards dinner on June 5 were, clockwise from top left, Dana Cebulski, who set seven records in girls track; John Pizzo and Melanie Mackin, the Paul Yuska award winners, shown with the athletic director, Joe Vas, and Steve Redlus, the East Hampton Coaches Association president; Ian Lynch, a six-year letterman in golf, shown with his coach, Claude Beudert, and Kaelyn Ward, who set the girls basketball career-scoring mark this season, shown with her coach, Howard Wood.
The designees are to be formally inducted on homecoming day, Saturday, Oct. 12
The 1965 championship East Hampton High School football team, which is to be inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame on Oct. 12, is said to have had the greatest number of outstanding athletes in East Hampton’s history.
Poole blew Eickelberg and everyone else away on the bike
The women’s winner, Ali Crum, posed after crossing the line with two I-Tri volunteers, Maliaq Guebli and Sarah Havens.
Seton Catholic and Frewsburg went on to win the state Class C championships, in baseball and softball.
The game provided an interesting matchup
The Yellow Slugs are the reigning Sportime adult roller hockey league champions.
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Stony Hill’s young riders continue to impress
Wick Hotchkiss, on Tome above, won a gold medal from the United States Dressage Federation in Wellington, Fla., last winter, acknowledging her mastery in equine sport’s most difficult discipline.
Gilbride and Duchemin are the anchors
Joy reigned on the way to a parade down Sag Harbor’s Main Street following the Pierson girls’ county-championship win.
Jake Bennett started on the mound for Pierson
Henry Meyer and Jon Tortorella did their best to dry out the mound at Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park on May 28, but the umpires postponed what proved to be the decisive county Class C baseball game until the following day.