“The teams came from up and down the Eastern Seaboard,”
Lucy Kohlhoff, at right, outraced a competitor on her way to winning the beach flags event.
East Hampton’s all-female team, above from left, Paloma Tavera, Melanie Mackin, Morgan German, Nora Rosati, Shannon Ryan, Katrina Garry, Kira Garry, Paige Duca, Lucy Kohlhoff, and Amanda Calabrese.Lynne Calabrese Photos
There were no laggards in the junior lifeguards’ buoy rescue race.
Sophie Swanson, at right, reportedly won six of the seven events she entered in the junior lifeguard tournament at the Indian Wells Beach over the past weekend.
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The lack of a sweep improved the times
Rod McClave won the 2-miler in 40 minutes and 20 seconds. Jack Graves

The Kazickases are to play host at 5 Hamlin Drive, Amagansett, to Hoops 4 Hope’s summer benefit
Peter Kazickas of Amagansett helping repair basketball courts in Harare, Zimbabwe

Dahlia Aman swept through her opponents in the quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals

There is no particular favorite going into the playoffs
Petrina DeRobertis, Provisions’ shortstop, had to come off after a bad-hop grounder off the infield grass broke her nose during the game with Groundworks. Lax field maintenance was cited in connection with the mishap. Jack Graves

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The tournament drew eight men’s teams and five women’s teams
Scotty McGinnis, who was to win the men’s beach flags championship, and Andrew Foglia, the defending champ, raced for the sticks during Main Beach’s invitational lifeguard tournament last Thursday. Lisa Lakeman