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The 11-12 Maroon team coached by Chris Anderson finished pool play at 4-1 at the Pantigo fields Saturday by trouncing Southampton 10-0
Aryan Chugh was tagged out at the plate in the first inning, but that was to be the sole disappointment for the young Bonackers Saturday. Jack Graves
Katie Kuneth was the starter and closer in Saturday’s 9-10 Little League softball playoff game here with North Shore, which the locals wound up losing 9-8. “It was definitely a win for us,” said one of the team’s coaches, Matt Brennan. “That team we played today is third in the state.” Craig Macnaughton and Jack Graves Photos

The District 36 tournaments are in full swing
Eli Wolf, the Grey team’s shortstop, put the tag on an East End base runner in the second inning of an 11-to-12-year-old Little League playoff game at the Pantigo Fields. Craig Macnaughton

Bob Budd has been associated with Bonac’s football program for the past half-century.
If the kids weren’t ready to play football following his Friday night talks, they never would be. Jack Graves

“A hard-fought game with very physical play on both sides, whose players were yelling at each other and at the referee.”
Try as they might, John Romero Jr. and his Maidstone Market teammates c­ould do nothing against Hampton F.C.-Bill Miller on June 14. Bill Miller won the game 4-1. Leslie Czeladko

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Wick Hotchkiss, the owner of Stony Hill Stables, will give a dressage exhibition during a fund-raising event on Saturday. Durell Godfrey photos
The Stony Hill Stables Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that offers education and competitive opportunities for children and young adults.

“They’re a unique blend of talent and heart — it’s a wonderful team.”
“Every year the numbers and the skill level have grown,” John Pizzo said of the P.A.L. third-grade boys lacrosse team’s success.

A winning time of 29 minutes and 28.57 seconds
Edwin Kipsang Rotich set course records through the first four miles. Craig Macnaughton
Peter Hawkins, 53, of Malverne, as Bill Rodgers had urged, did his very best in the Shelter Island 10K’s flag-lined last mile, which is dedicated to the late First Lt. Joseph Theinert. Craig Macnaughton