The Bees played the heavily-favored Porters toe-to-toe throughout the first half
Nae’ Jon Ward, who recently rejoined Bridgehampton’s boys basketball team after having played earlier in the season at Southampton, has buoyed the Bees with his smooth ball handling, shooting, and court sense. Craig Macnaughton
The Bees are given a good chance by observers to win Monday’s regional semifinal at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood. Craig Macnaughton

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A 92-89 loss
Jack Reese, taking the ball to the hoop above in a recent game with Westhampton Beach, has been called by Dan White the best point guard he’s ever coached. Craig Macnaughton

Exhaustion enabled her to sleep on the plane
Cara Nelson sports her seven marathon medals won in seven days on seven continents. Jack Graves

Craig Brierley, East Hampton’s head coach, and his assistant, Brian Cunningham, took nine competitors with them
Colin Harrison was among seven Bonac swimmers who bettered previous-best times at the county meet. He did so in the 100 butterfly, above, and in his 50 butterfly leg in the 200 medley relay. Jack Graves

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"They were able to hold their heads high, knowing they had left nothing in the water.”
Joey Badilla, a Pierson freshman, was named East Hampton’s swimmer of the meet at the leagues in Hauppauge. Craig Macnaughton

A win Monday at Kings Park to make the playoffs, 57-44
Bladimir Rodriguez Garces (30), recently returned to the lineup, is “a difference-maker,” according to East Hampton’s coach, Dan White. Craig Macnaughton
Chris Stoecker, above, limited Andrew Bianco, Kings Park’s high-scoring big man, to 8 points. Craig Macnaughton
Robert Weiss’s 55-meter dash time of 6.67, which earned him the league title in that event recently, is listed as a school record on the MileSplit website. Craig Macnaughton

From 6-10 last year to 26-10 this season
Andreas Koutsogiannis began the season as a Sprig Gardner tournament champion and carried on from there. Craig Macnaughton

“At the moment, it looks good as far as our being placed in Division IV.”
East Hampton football should know where it stands in early March, Joe McKee, the varsity coach, said this week. Craig Macnaughton