Local sports schedule

A number of the Bonackers’ times qualified them for the county meet in February at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood
The Bonackers’ Rob Rewinski swam to a second-place finish in the 100 butterfly versus Smithtown on Friday at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter. Craig Macnaughton

Athletic awards follow efforts in far-flung locales
A long-distance swimmer tries to get warm. Lori King, who swam the 22.5-mile Catalina Channel over the summer, was honored at the Old Montauk Athletic Club’s holiday dinner.

A 6-0 fall season in the Empire Geographical Union’s Division III
Jim Abran, Rob Grau, and Kevin Brabant helped celebrate the Montauk Rugby Club’s 6-0 fall season at the South Fork Country Club. Jack Graves

The plungers at Gurney’s are to meet in the spa lobby at 11 a.m.
The brave and foolhardy will plunge into the icy Atlantic on New Year’s Day in East Hampton, Montauk, and Wainscott. Craig Macnaughton

Local sports schedule

“Besides Colton, we had one third-place finisher, three fourth-place finishers, four fifth-place finishers, and one sixth-place finisher”
Haiau Duong of East Hampton, wrestling at 120 pounds, tried to turn Westhampton Beach’s Jack Ciolino en route to an opening-round victory in the Frank (Sprig) Gardner tournament Saturday. Craig Macnaughton

Pierson rout signals team will ‘be a tough out’
Bridgehampton’s Matt Hostetler, shooting a 3-pointer in the school’s compact gym, had a career night Friday against the Pierson Whalers. Jack Graves
Charles Manning and Josh Lamison were loose before the game against their Sag Harbor rivals. At left was Max Cheng. Jack Graves

East Hampton’s guards in its three-man backcourt had their hands full all night
Kevin Fee, the Bonackers’ point guard, handled Amityville’s hounding press well at home Monday night. Craig Macnaughton

When the teams returned for the third quarter, Rocky Point kicked it up a notch, and, all of a sudden, East Hampton found itself in trouble
Kyle McKee, an East Hampton guard and the coach’s son, had 8 assists in a 14-point win over Rocky Point on Dec. 9. Craig Macnaughton