The Landmark Conference’s winter track athlete of the year
Ashley West was number-one in the mile and in the 800 at the recent Landmark Conference championships in Pennsylvania. She was also rookie of the year in cross-country.
The Bees were last at Glens Falls in 1998
Josh Lamison was a force in the paint for the Killer Bees this season despite the fact that he’s only a freshman. He’s shown in action above at the Ross School.
“Sunny days from here on in”
Ali Harden may be on the mound at times this season. Jessie Stavola offered assistance during Saturday’s practice in the high school gym.
East Hampton’s school board convened to consider various fees attending the use of the district’s fields and gyms
Special Olympics bowling tournament at the East Hampton Bowl
Yonathan Diaz, the runner-up to Joshua Guaman in the D1 division, showed the winner his medal.
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At East Hampton, Ward anchored two county-champion and state Final Four teams
During Hayden Ward’s tenure at the State University at Oswego, the team made it to the N.C.A.A. Division III tournament twice and won its first conference championship since 1965.
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Futsal final at the Sportime arena
Antonio Padilla, of Scorpion, taking flight above, was the men’s open futsal final’s most valuable player.
The committee has set a deadline of March 29 for receiving the 2013 nominations
One of the inaugural Hall of Fame class’s inductees was Ed Petrie (at right, shaking hands with the athletic director, Joe Vas), the winningest public high school boys basketball coach in New York State.