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‘When everyone’s here, they play well’
Sophia Swanson, who drove in her sister with the tying run, smiled as she crossed the plate with the game-winner in East Hampton’s 3-2 win on April 17 over Southold-Greenport. Jack Graves

Ryan Fowkes, 17, an East Hampton High School junior and the school’s best distance runner, was to win it, in 16 minutes and 48.37 seconds
Katy’s Courage in Sag Harbor, in its eighth year, continues to draw big fields. There were 727 entries this year and 648 finishers. Craig Macnaughton
Tara Farrell, 39, of East Quogue, trailed by James Consiglio above, was the female winner, and 13th over all, in 19 minutes and 24.46 seconds. Craig Macnaughton

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Alex Weseley, left, and Hunter Medler came out the victors in Monday's do-over. Craig Macnaughton

The sticking point being Alex Weseley’s shirt
Given Section XI’s decision Tuesday to uphold Kevin McConville’s protest, East Hampton’s Alex Weseley and Hunter Medler (not pictured) are to resume playing for a share of the League VII title at Westhampton Beach Monday. Jack Graves

The win evened the Islanders’ record at 3-3
Cole Shaw, who was to finish with three goals and one assist, was one of three Bonackers (the others being Logan Gurney and Brian Damm) who produced for the Islanders versus Port Jefferson here Friday. Craig Macnaughton
Logan Gurney, a sophomore midfielder from East Hampton, scored three of the Islanders' goals in Friday's 15-8 win here over Port Jefferson.Crag Macnaughton

The fifth Open at Shinnecock in three centuries
Mike Davis, the U.S.G.A.’s chief executive officer, said at a press conference in Manhattan last week that the coming U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills — the fifth to be played at the club, beginning in 1896 — would again be a great event. Jon M. Diat
The Shinnecock Hills clubhouse, the first such to be built, was designed by the noted architect Stanford White. Jon M. Diat

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