Julian MacGurn during a recent practice session. Jack Graves

The Bonackers went into the meet, which otherwise would have been more closely contested, shorthanded
Will Ellis, on his way to winning the 110-meter high hurdles above in the meet here with Sayville, is the first to arrive and the last to leave, his coach says. Jack Graves
Kevin Barry predicts that T.J. Paradiso, above, will break Artie Fisher’s outdoor mile record next year. Jack Graves

The second victory over Floyd was taken in stride
No sweat: Zach Bogetti and Harrison Kennedy disposed of their first doubles counterparts from William Floyd in straight sets to win the all-important fourth point Monday. Jack Graves

The L.I.S.F.L. Division 1 team, the East Hampton Football Club, won 4-2 at Oceanside Sunday
Play in the men’s 7-on-7 league began at East Hampton’s Herrick Park on Wednesday, April 29. Jack Graves

An exciting 5-4 come-from-behind win here Friday over the Bayport-Blue Point jayvee
Kyle McKee has been a steady performer on the mound, in the field, and at bat for the Bonackers this season. Jack Graves

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Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman honored Josh Lamison for reaching a milestone of 1,000 career points during the Bridgehampton Killer Bees' state championship season. Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman's Office

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A huge come-from-behind victory at William Floyd
Not since the Rubenstein brothers, Matt and Brian, who led East Hampton to an overall 30-1 record in 2003 and ’04, has the school won a league title in boys tennis. Jack Graves
Josh Rosario and Ben Karlin, East Hampton’s third doubles team, clinched a big 4-3 win at William Floyd Saturday by winning their third set 6-2.
Jack Louchheim, a seventh grader, came back to win in three sets at second singles, leaving it up to third doubles to clinch Saturday’s match at William Floyd. Jack Graves Photos