The East Hampton Football Club moved into first place in the Long Island Soccer Football Club’s Division-I A flight
Seeded number-one in the playoffs, the Maidstone Market 7-on-7 men’s soccer team proved why at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Monday night.
Collins thinks the Sharks can make a run
Bryan Anderson, who teaches now in Raleigh, N.C., came up to play scrum half for the Sharks in their regular season finale at Rockaway.
Montauk’s hard-charging forwards frequently provided the Sharks with good field position in the regular-season finale. Morgan McGivern
Erik Engstrom, was the two-legged winner of the 3-miler, in 15 minutes and 40 seconds
Ketu, the winning dog in his 6-mile debut, posed afterward with his master, Sam Masters.
Isabella Tarbet (323), who recently won a countywide middle school cross-country race at Sunken Meadow State Park, was among a number of good young runners in last Thursday’s field. Jack Graves
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The quarterfinal-round triumph avenged last year’s loss to Port Jeff in the tournament’s semifinals
Mario Olaya and his fellow East Hampton Football Club forwards, with their short-passing game, were on the attack most of Sunday afternoon here in their league cup game with Port Jefferson.
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Port Jeff’s Mike Celentano, trying to get the ball away from Elihud Menbreno above, scored the visitors’ lone goal Sunday.
She will play lacrosse and major in either economics or finance
Jacqui Thorsen, with her parents, Paul and Bonnie, above, is well rounded athletically and academically.
A hole in one’s a hole in one
There were milk shakes all around to celebrate James Bradley’s hole in one at Poxabogue last week.
Josephine Kalish made the clinching shot
Josephine Kalish, at right, was the star, scoring a goal in regulation and the clincher in the shootout.
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