Local Sports Notes
Defeat Elwood-John Glenn 12-11
Hollie Schleicher, one of three very good freshmen from Pierson, scored five goals in Monday’s 12-11 win here over Elwood-John Glenn.
The first cross-country runner from East Hampton ever to win a sizable collegiate athletic scholarship
Erik Engstrom signed with the University of Massachusetts as the high school’s principal, Adam Fine, his guidance counselor, Marilyn Marsilio, his coaches, Kevin Barry, Mike Buquicchio, and Paul Hamilton, and the athletic director, Joe Vas, and his parents, Gerard and Diane, looked on.
Nick Lemon left the sold-out field in the dust
And they’re off, into the wind at Havens Beach.
The Mother’s Day 5K in Montauk drew a small, but strong field, including, from the left (with a double stroller), Cheryl Bahel, Sinead FitzGibbon, Lauren Ruiz, Caroline Cashin, and Erik Perez. Jane Bimson
Nick Lemon, sporting the Gubbins singlet, repeated at the Bridgehampton Half’s winner, in one hour, 10 minutes, and 40 seconds. Craig Macnaughton
A 3-0 victor in a Long Island Soccer Football League first division game at the Ross School Sunday afternoon
Gerber Garcia and his fellow backs, Rodolfo Marin and Andy Gonzalez, along with East Hampton’s goalie, Alex Mesa, kept N.Y. Serbia at bay throughout Sunday’s game here.
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The division tournament begins on Friday, May 13
It’s the second year in a row that East Hampton High School’s boys tennis team has gone undefeated in league play. In the front row, from left, are James Fairchild, Ravi MacGurn, Jack Louchheim, Jonny De Groot, and Ben Karlin; in the back row, Hunter Medler, Jaedon Glasstein, Jack Murphy, Julian MacGurn, Jordan Foster, and the coach, Katie Helfand.
The lesson-taker warms up in the middle of the room with iPhone cameras facing the player head-on and down-the-line
Nick Haas, at left, said he saw some good things in John Kernell’s swing, and some things, primarily a flat-shouldered backswing, that needed working on.
Boys track set back by poor attendance at invitational
Charlie DiTullio is pole-vaulting for the East Hampton High School boys track team this spring. He cleared 9 feet 6 inches in the recent win here over Mount Sinai.