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“My goal is to introduce a program in the Hamptons for young people which would encompass all of these integrated services that La Palestra has
The Beach Diplomats, the team for which Kofi Sekyiamah plays, is in second place with a 12-2 record, just behind Air & Speed (13-1), going into tonight’s 4-on-4 beach volleyball games at Gurney’s Inn.
The 4-on-4 games Kathy McGeehan has been overseeing at Gurney’s have proved popular indeed
Games are played at Gurney’s Inn every Thursday from 6 p.m. until dark.
Brierley and Cebulski topped the 19-and-unders
The finish line was at the foot of the historic Montauk Lighthouse.
The campers, who ranged in age from 6 to 12 years old, had fun while learning the game’s fundamentals
As is the case with most defenders, Jared Bowe, who’s on the University of Delaware team, likes to play offense every now and then.
It was the first time that the Women’s Doubles Squash Tour had contested an event here
Victoria Simmonds went back for a deep ball in a pro-am doubles match at S.Y.S. Saturday as her fellow pro, Amy Milanek, awaited her reply.
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"What we’re doing today will have a great effect."
Griffin Taylor, of New York City and Montauk, winner of the one-mile swim, was the first of the some 170 participants to exit the water.
The men’s playoffs are to begin tomorrow
First, before Monday night’s game began, Jerry Uribe, Tommy Thorsen, and Ray Wojtusiak had to fill in a sizable hole in the outfield.
The 27-year-old winner, a native of Oregon who lives in Port Jefferson Station, and who had stayed up until 4 a.m., dueled with Richard Temerian, 53, the eventual runner-up
Shawn Pollard, the eventual winner, was in the lead from the start. Erik Engstrom, a 14-year-old from Springs (309), wasn’t far behind.