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The Bonackers couldn’t make much headway against the Porters in the second half.
This was about as close as the Whalers were to come to scoring in the second half.
Marina Preiss, who placed fifth in the 50 free and ninth in the 100 free in the state meet last year, won both events and anchored the winning 400 freestyle relay team at Lindenhurst Friday. Jaci Winthrop
Carly Grossman not only plays number-one for East Hampton, but is a National Merit Scholarship finalist too. Jack Graves
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.