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An impressive 60-29 rout
Kevin Brabant, with the ball, was one of a number of Montauk forwards and backs to reel off long gainers in Saturday’s 60-29 rout of the Suffolk R.C. at East Hampton’s Herrick Park. Jack Graves

The fall indoor season wound up at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett Saturday night
Wilmer Guzman, in pursuit of the ball above, scored Barcelona’s sole goal in the open men’s futsal final at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett Saturday night. Liga Sayausi won the game 6-1. Jack Graves
Juliana Garcia had a hat trick as A.D.N. defeated Family 3-0 in Saturday’s open women’s final at Sportime. Jack Graves

Postseason action
Turner Foster, an East Hampton High School junior who won the county tournament last year and was the runner-up this time, will make his second appearance in the state tournament at Cornell in the first week of June. Jack Graves

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George Watson is to be honored by OMAC
Isabella Tarbet, facing the camera above, an East Hampton High School ninth grader and cross-country standout, was first among the Dock Race’s female contestants. Jack Graves
Armann Gretarsson, a 33-year-old native of Iceland, was the Dock Race’s winner, in 20 minutes and 9 seconds. Jack Graves

The Montauk rugby team defeats Rockaway 25-15
Charlie Collins, who had alertly picked up a Rockaway lineout kick that bounced on the right sideline, almost made it to the opponent’s try zone before the end of the first half of Saturday’s rugby game at Herrick Park. Craig Macnaughton
Dylan Cashin, 11, setting forth above on the 5K run leg, was the Brewathlon’s youngest competitor. Jack Graves

The Shelter Island girls and boys won too
County champs: front row, from left, Nicolas Villante, Geo Espinoza, Omar Leon, and Robert Weiss; rear row, the coach, Kevin Barry, Frank Bellucci, Ryan Fowkes, and Ethan McCormac. Jack Graves
Julia Brown, a freshman on the East Hampton girls swim team, dropped 2.5 seconds from her lifetime best in the 100-yard backstroke at Saturday’s county meet at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood. Jack Graves

The girls finished with a 10-4 record in League VI
Mikela Junemann (7) and nine of her teammates will be back next year, leading Kathy McGeehan, East Hampton’s coach, to hope that they’ll advance further in the county tournament than the quarterfinals. Craig Macnaughton