The East Hampton boys cross-country team, by a score of 38-39, edged Bayport-Blue Point for the League VI championship
The boys cross-country team has been getting in some speed work at East Hampton High School’s track this week in preparation for the county meet at Sunken Meadow State Park tomorrow.
East Hampton’s league and division championship squad includes, from left, with its coach, Kevin Barry, Robert Weiss, Evan Menelaws, Jake Talmage, Jamie Aries, Jimmy Makrianes, Eric Perez, Nick Pucci, Geo Espinoza, Erik Sanchez, T.J. Paradiso, Ryan Fowkes, Erik Engstrom, Jackson Rafferty, Anthony Franzone, Luke Tyrell, Kyle McKee, Erick Lopez, Ethan McCormac, and Derek Adamcewicz. Missing from the photo are Paul Hamilton, Barry’s assistant coach, Kurt Adamcewicz, Max Bahi, Josh Dempsey, and Avery Martinsen. Ricci Paradiso
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J.V. revels in a 50-8 romp over Wyandanch
Noah Lappin (32), a sophomore running back, made himself known almost immediately in Saturday’s junior varsity game here with Wyandanch.
Joe McKee, the varsity’s head coach, encouraged the jayvee players following their 50-8 win over Wyandanch Saturday to work hard so that the varsity would go 6-2 next year rather than 2-6. Jack Graves
Rather than hang their heads, the visitors happily jumped into a photo.
"a white-knuckle finish”
The surgeon, the doctor, and the nurse — Erik Palmieri, Ryan Pilla, and Rod Davidson — celebrated following the Pilla team’s third-straight national S.C.C.A. championship.
A penalty kick awarded Bill Miller early in the second half proved to be the game-winner
Gehider Garcia, of F.C.-Bill Miller, made good on a penalty kick early in the second half that proved to be the game-winner in Bill Miller’s 7-on-7 win over Tuxpan Monday.
Stedman says Ray Charron, a fellow Hawaiian islander, former East Hamptoner, and fellow endurance runner, is his “hero.”
Ray Charron, center, and Madeline and Will Stedman often run in the same races. The above photo was taken after the Honolulu international marathon last December.
By the end of the first quarter it was 21-0 in favor of the home team
Josh King, a lineman, got a chance to carry the ball near the end of the game, and reeled off seven yards on his first try.
Burke Gonzalez, one of 16 seniors the coach, Joe McKee, thanked for reviving Bonac football, gave it his all this fall. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Noah Lappin was on the receiving end of two Brandon Johnson passes that advanced the ball to Mount Sinai’s 25-yard line.
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