Both Bonac and Mercy are looking for first win
Shane O’Dwyer caught at touchdown pass from Jacen Tuthill in the third quarter of Saturday’s game here with John Glenn. Jack Graves

“We’re definitely improving,”
Jorge Naula, a senior, and Kelly Rodriguez, a ninth grader, have been leading the boys and girls soccer teams this fall. Rodriguez, with 15 goals, now has the girls’ single season record. Jack Graves Photos

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The East End Tomahawks, the Brookaven Fall League’s under-10 champions, are to play in a Veterans Day weekend tournament in Aberdeen, Md.

Rich King’s crew, paced by its strikers, Jorge Naula and Kumani Clark, shut out Bayport-Blue Point 5-0 here on Oct. 5, and followed up with a 7-0 rout at Mount Sinai Friday
Kumani Clark rejoiced with P.J. Palacios following the latter’s goal in the first half of the game here with Bayport-Blue Point on Oct. 5. Jack Graves
East Hampton High’s field hockey team, whose record was 6-5 as of Tuesday, has gone 4-2 since Sept. 24. This past week, the Bonackers shut out Hampton Bays 6-0, and lost 5-1 to Pierson at the Sag Harbor school’s homecoming on Saturday. Craig Macnaughton

“We started the season with 29 kids. Now, because of eight major injuries — shoulders, knees . . . — we’re down to 20.”
Shane O’Dwyer made, according to his coach, Joe McKee, “a beautiful catch of a beautiful throw” for an East Hampton touchdown in the first quarter of Saturday’s game at Hampton Bays. Craig Macnaughton

Rebecca Kuperschmid wins a berth in the coming county individual tournament

"She’s indomitable.”
Teresa Schirrippa, pressuring Mexico’s quarterback above, had 37 sacks during the course of the world flag football tournament in Miami recently. USA Football

An ambitious youth soccer academy
Marcelo Marchan, at right, has great hopes for the East Hampton Soccer Fever Club, whose clinics and training sessions are under way now at the Springs School. Jack Graves