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At East Hampton, Ward anchored two county-champion and state Final Four teams
During Hayden Ward’s tenure at the State University at Oswego, the team made it to the N.C.A.A. Division III tournament twice and won its first conference championship since 1965. Chuck Perkins Photography

Futsal final at the Sportime arena
Antonio Padilla, of Scorpion, taking flight above, was the men’s open futsal final’s most valuable player.

The committee has set a deadline of March 29 for receiving the 2013 nominations
One of the inaugural Hall of Fame class’s inductees was Ed Petrie (at right, shaking hands with the athletic director, Joe Vas), the winningest public high school boys basketball coach in New York State. Jim Stewart

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It was a banner year for Bonac’s boys team
Craig Brierley, the East Hampton High School boys swimming coach, was proud of the way his son, Thomas, left, and Trevor Mott swam at last weekend’s state meet outside Rochester. Laura Mott

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“Je suis pret”
She’ll not do Everest next, perhaps the Camino de Santiago.

They play next against the Section IX Class D winner Wednesday at Center Moriches High School
With Babylon’s big guys in the background, and with Nick Antolini, the Panthers’ smallest player, heading his way, Jerome Walker attempted a 3. Jack Graves