By Nate Schweers
Maidstone Club’s generosity ‘much appreciated’
The yoke three-person rescue was one of four demanding events in Sunday’s ocean lifeguard test at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett.
Marikate Ryan, an East Hampton High School sophomore, became on Sunday the latest in a long line of Ryans to pass the ocean lifeguard certification test. Craig Macnaughton
Rebeccah Wassner turned out to be the winner given her corrected time of 1:55:56.9.
The late internationally known swim coach and triathlete Steve Tarpinian was remembered with a moment of silence and a wreath ceremony before Saturday’s Montauk triathlon began.
Brian Pfund rode the late Steve Tarpinian’s time trial bike in Saturday’s 20-mile cycling leg. He and Armann Gretarsson, who did the swim and the run, were the first relay team to compete in a Montauk triathlon. Jack Graves
The little stable that could
To increase the fund for riding scholarships, a benefit will be held at Stony Hill Stables in Amagansett from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday.
John Paul Jimenez, who’s been the head hunter-jumper trainer at Stony Hill since last August, will be among those giving equestrian exhibitions at Stony Hill Stables Saturday.
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It’s the 36th year for the Shelter Island 10K
The playoffs are to begin at Pantigo at 5:30 p.m. today, with the Marlins versus the Dodgers and the Phillies versus the Pirates
Clark Miller, who was to be the winning pitcher, slid in safely following a wild pitch with one of the Pirates’ eight runs.
Two of the visitors’ scores were own goals, deflected off defenders
Gerard Lynch, chesting the ball above, and his over-30 Hampton United teammates were bedeviled by two own goals in Sunday’s 3-2 loss to Charruas 1950, which as a result clinched first place in the Suffolk men’s soccer league’s first division.
Lenis Vera, at right, scored one of Los Revuelos’s goals in regulation, as well as one in the penalty kick shootout. Craig Macnaughton