Steve Tranter, right, who was the eventual winner in Saturday's Hamptons Marathon, ran alongside Kraig Rau near the race's midpoint on Cranberry Hole Road before breaking away on the return leg of the race.
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Kelly Vaughan passed Shane Donahue (94) and another runner at about mile nine of Saturday's Hamptons Marathon. She went on to be the top woman finisher.David E. Rattray
Bonackers show good results
Liana Paradiso, a Bonac sophomore, running at Sunken Meadow Saturday for the first time, finished 12th, in 23 minutes and 10 seconds.
“They’re figuring it out,” Don McGovern said of Bonac’s boys soccer team after it won one and tied one. Jack Graves
A 25-year-old pro from Colorado Springs, Alexander Libin, won it, in a record time of 1 hour, 52 minutes and 56 seconds
Jean Mellano, center, the late Steve Tarpinian’s life partner, did the relay in his memory with Natalie Penny and her son, Jeremy.
To be inducted into the high school’s Hall of Fame
Joe Dunn, a longtime social studies teacher at the high school, was “a trailblazer.”
"A chance to live a dream.”
Local sports schedule
The first win for Bonac football in almost two years
Jordan Johnson and Brandon Johnson combined to knock the ball loose from a Warrior’s grasp at East Hampton’s 18-yard line in the second quarter. The fumble recovery led to Bonac’s first score.
“The pioneer of triathloning on Long Island”
Steve Tarpinian, an internationally known swim coach, was frequently the first out of the water in triathlons here.
Coach rates his team in state’s top five
The goal by E. Bistrian, at right, early in Saturday’s field hockey game here with Port Jefferson was said by Robyn Mott to be one of the prettiest she’d ever seen.