The final game was played at Terry King on Aug. 1, 2012
Back in the summer of 2012, CfAR’s Tommy Thorsen scored on a Joe Sullivan single in an East Hampton Town men’s slow-pitch softball league best-of-five final against Schenck Fuels at the Terry King ball field in Amagansett. Jack Graves

Pickleball — a paddle game confined to a court one-quarter the size of the one used for tennis
Hana Sromova, foreground, who played 15 years on the women’s professional tennis tour, teamed with Judy D’Mello, a Star reporter, during recent Saturday pickleball pickup games at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett. Jack Graves

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‘If we have the numbers, we will play,’ Joe Vas, East Hampton’s A.D., said
The Jan. 24 meeting in the high school's cafeteria drew 24 prospective football players, each of whom was asked to recruit a friend or two. Jack Graves
Joe McKee, the varsity coach, at right, urged his prospective players to get into the weight room. Jack Graves

East Hampton hung tough throughout
Chris Stoecker, East Hampton's tallest player at 6 feet 7 inches, was a force underneath in the Jan. 23 game here with Islip. Jack Graves

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Performances whose “energy, showmanship, and purpose” the judges were to praise
Claire Belhumeur, above, and Camilla Mautiauda, the dance team’s captains, will double as choreographers in the end-of-the-year performance on March 15. Craig Macnaughton

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Teacher’s students will be virtual participants as she bounds across world
Cara Nelson, a middle school teacher in East Hampton and a dedicated runner, will put her mental and physical fitness to the test as she attempts to compete in marathons on seven continents in as many days. Debra Carneol

Both coaches pronounced themselves pleased at the end
Elijah White, guarding Pierson’s Tom Brooks above, wound up with a game-high 27 points in the 63-61 loss. The Bees would probably have won had they not gone 2-for-8 from the foul line in the final 1:19. Craig Macnaughton
Elijah White, the Killer Bees’ sophomore point guard, had a chance to tie or win it from the foul line in the final seconds, but. . . . Craig Macnaughton