Boys looked sharper in Commack match
Raya O’Neal and Katie Brierley are two reasons the girls volleyball team’s doing so well.
Ella Miller admired the 47.8-pound striper her dad, Chris Miller, speared while free-diving on Sept. 17 off his boat, Sea Spearit.
Alexander Londono caught this 15.4-pound, doormat-size fluke, aboard the Lazy Bones party boat on Sept. 13. Wow! Kathy Vegessi
There were 1,330 finishers in last year’s half-marathon, 314 in the marathon, and 232 in the 5K. The winners were: Christian Thompson in the half, Kevin Stakres in the full, and Drew Falkenhan in the 5K.
Perhaps it’s too early to call this aggregation of the area’s most talented players a juggernaut, though it could well prove to be, certainly in Division 3 play
Mario Olaya parlayed two fouls in the box into penalty-kick goals for the East Hampton F.C. Gehider Garcia and Danny Bedoya also scored in Sunday’s 4-0 rout of Panatha at the Ross School.
“We played with the same level of intensity throughout — I thought our kids played their hearts out,” Redlus said afterward
Cort Heneveld did well under pressure, rushing for 140 yards, including a touchdown, and passing for 126.
While the girls’ loss was not unexpected, the boys volleyball team’s loss, in three straight, to its Center Moriches peers came as a bit of a shock
Josh Brussell, East Hampton’s coach, expects good things from his hitters (that’s Robert Anderson above) once they make certain adjustments.
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A small, stationary flotilla of boats could be seen a few miles from shore working what must have been a productive hive of summer flounder, otherwise known as fluke
Mark Rubin showed off the distinct markings of a false albacore caught while fishing with Capt. Ken Rafferty over the weekend.
Capt. Ken Rafferty