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The turnouts for all the sports have been good
Joe Vas, East Hampton's athletic director, has assembled a strong coaching staff for the spring, including, left, Henry Meyer and Vinny Alversa (baseball) and, right, Kathy Amicucci (softball).
Yani Cuesta and Diane O'Donnell (girls track)
Kevin McConville (boys tennis)

They could well be in the flow someday soon
J.P. Harding and his fellow Bridgehampton starters are all to return next year, undoubtedly bigger, stronger, and more in sync. Craig Macnaughton
Coach Ron White encouraging his charges.
Nae' Jon Ward, the point guard, driving.Craig Macnaughton Photos

‘The Road to the Garden.’
Richie Daunt, sparring with one of his Montauk Playhouse students, Caryn Freiberger, above, also is teaching at MuvStrong in the One-Stop complex, and at the Ideal Living studio at the Albatross motel in Montauk. Jack Graves

Ed Kranepool, who played for the team for 18 years, was cleared three weeks ago to search for donor
Ed Kranepool, a longtime New York Met
Ed Kranepool, a longtime New York Met who was known for his hitting ability in the clutch, showed off some of his vast collection of memorabilia at his house in Old Westbury. T.E. McMorrow

Bridgehampton ate Livingston Manor's dreams, prevailing 50-48
J.P. Harding’s fifth steal of the game, with 14 seconds left, sealed the victory. Craig Macnaughton Photos
“It’s your game,” the Killer Bees’ coach, Ron White, told his players in the final moments of Monday’s state Class D regional semifinal.

Fans love it when receivers tumble over the walls
While some guys don’t like going over the middle, Chris Pfund does. Craig Macnaughton

The snowboarder recently won the Next Gen division at Mount Baker in Washington State
Noah Avallone, middle, after winning a Glacier 3000 slopestyle race in Switzerland in November. Emily Pannkuk

Local Sports Notes
Ethan McCormac was East Hampton High’s sole representative in the state meet held last weekend at the Nassau County Aquatics Center. Jack Graves

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Howard Wood recently saw his all-Skyline Conference second team protégée, Kaelyn Ward, a Farmingdale State senior now, capture a career-high 24 rebounds (while scoring 17 points) in a first-round conference tournament win over St. Joseph’s-Brooklyn. She led the team in field goal percentage, steals, and blocks this season. Jack Graves