The fall has been a fairly good one for Bonac’s teams
The Porters’ Keegan Syron more or less had his way in Saturday’s football game here, amassing 285 yards in 18 carries.
Ruby and Clementine Talmage, who are cousins, are playing second doubles for the East Hampton High School girls tennis team. Their record as of earlier this week was 7-3. Jack Graves
E. Bistrian, at right, leads the East Hampton High School field hockey team’s offense, but Miller Place was too much for the Bonackers here last Thursday. The Panthers won 5-0. Craig Macnaughton Photos
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Chris Carney and his wife, Lisa, topped the duo competitors at the Serpent’s Back Duathlon in 2013.
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It was really anyone’s game when the third quarter began
Jacen Tuthill, East Hampton’s quarterback, who passed for 167 yards Saturday night (and for 550-plus yards in Bonac’s first three games), was intercepted twice by the Warriors — this one occurring with four minutes gone in the fourth quarter.
The cheerleaders, as well as the band and the dance team, were out in force at the homecoming football game Saturday night. Jack Graves
Christian Brierley and Marikate Ryan were the homecoming king and queen. Jack Graves
Young Zimbabwe player heads to U.S. prep school
Watida Mukukula, 17, has been invited to the N.B.A.’s Basketball Without Borders camps in Johannesburg and Angola the past two years.
A crowd of about 200 gathered in the high school auditorium
Kathy McGeehan’s 1989 conference-champion gymnastics team was inducted into East Hampton High’s Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Mark McKee’s parents always said if the brothers were to receive an award not to let him talk. Jack Graves
Nicole Realmuto, trying for a kill above, and her young East Hampton girls volleyball teammates were 3-3 in league play as of Tuesday and were looking for a playoff spot.
Its late director was remembered with 22 push-ups
T.J. Tollakson of Des Moines, Iowa, was the Mighty Hamptons winner, in 1 hour, 56 minutes, and 45 seconds.
Funny bounces on the gridiron
The refs said the ball came out before Jacen Tuthill, East Hampton’s quarterback, crossed the goal line in the final moments of Saturday’s Hampton Cup game at Southampton.
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