Local sports notes
The tourney was played as a fund-raiser for the Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation
Seth Evans, Team Two’s point guard, confronted his opposite number, Brian Marciniak of Team One, in an early-round game as 61-year-old Kevin Coffey, at right, Team Two’s 6-foot-4-inch post player, tried to break free.
Win district for first time
East Hampton’s traveling all-star 10-to-11-year-olds, shown above with their coaches Rich Swanson and Matt Ward, had much to cheer about this week.
“It’s low-impact, high-cardio, and a total blast”
Having taken up positions just beyond the non-volley zone, Rebecca Rubenstein and Vanessa Heroux, who’s giving PickleBall clinics at E.H.I.T. Saturday mornings at 8:30, awaited an opponent’s return during a recent match.
A large turnout for the Gardiner’s Bay swims
It was the fourth year here for Swim Across America.
Since 2000, he has appeared in five Senior Olympics
Bobby Harris ran the 100-yard dash, a 220 leg in the 880 relay, and the 440 when he was an East Hampton High School senior in 1964.
Youth clinics are to begin there under the Hampton Hoops Academy banner at 8 a.m. Saturday.
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With rounds of 67, 68, 71, and 74, Park finished at 8 under par, four strokes ahead of I.K. Kim and seven ahead of So Yeon Ryu for a Korean sweep
A Korean sweep led by Inbee Park was hailed by the gallery at the final hole of the U.S. Women’s Open at Sebonack Sunday afternoon.
Craig Macnaughton Photo
The plug was pulled in Amagansett
Alan Iscoe, the 76-year-old player-manager of the Montauk Fire Department team, gathered his players about him before taking the field last Thursday.