The riders had to be both bold and cautious
Head up: Kent Farrington and Voyeur, who evidently would rather go for it than look on, were the only pair among the three horse-and-rider combinations in the jumpoff to go clean.
Coaches reap rewards of running resurgence
Adam and Dana Cebulski, Monday’s 5K winners, are expected to lead the cross-country teams at East Hampton High School this fall.
“Go Hard, or Go Home”
Joe Vas, the athletic director, told Bonac’s athletes last Thursday morning that he had no doubt they’d represent the school well and that his expectations for them were high.
For all ages
J.T. Sheeler, 6, talked it over with Stony Hill’s trainer, Chrissy Clark, before entering the leadline ring
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"Our aim is to win all of our games.”
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Saturday’s mano-a-mano struggle in East Hampton
Ed Hollander, a gritty landscape architect, took one for the team as he kicked the ball out of Lee Minetree’s glove to bring the Artists to within 12-11 in the bottom of the 10th.
Aspinall remembered in renaming ceremony
Shane Sweetnam and Cyklon 1083 won Sunday’s speed class despite having a rail down.
“It was great volleyball”
Kofi Sekyiamah and Todd Carberry looked on as Jessie Libath laid the ball up during last Thursday’s semifinal between the Beach Diplomats and Team Dempsey at Gurney’s Inn.