Tom Dieckhoff, Sayville’s leadoff hitter, was cut down as he tried to move up on a wild pitch in third inning. Frank Grande applied the tag as Andrew Rodriguez looked on. Ryan Joudeh, East Hampton’s catcher, and Grande teamed up in like fashion in the fifth. Jack Graves Photos

Laura Brown, who was just behind Caroline Cashin at the midway point, came on to beat her by a little more than a minute. Right, Chris Reich reportedly said that while the course was longer this year his time was faster than last year’s. Jack Graves Photos

Durell Godfrey

Cases Were ‘Very, Very Similar’
Coach Reale
Lou Reale, looking on as his former ace, Jessie Stavola, strode intimidatingly toward the plate, said he “just didn’t think” when he made out the schedule. Jack Graves

Matt Maloney’s crew is young and gung-ho
And that’s the way it went as Eastport-South Manor smothered East Hampton. Jack Graves

 Jessie Stavola, East Hampton High’s former record-setting pitcher
The nation’s leader in strikeouts per seven innings, Jessie Stavola is having another phenomenal year at Dowling College. Paul North

There was one Bonac highlight — Ryan Joudeh’s tagout of Sayville’s Kyle Van Byne, who, with two outs and the bases loaded in the top of the first, and with Sayville leading 3-0, tried to steal home. Jack Graves