By the end of the first quarter it was 21-0 in favor of the home team
Josh King, a lineman, got a chance to carry the ball near the end of the game, and reeled off seven yards on his first try. Craig Macnaughton
Burke Gonzalez, one of 16 seniors the coach, Joe McKee, thanked for reviving Bonac football, gave it his all this fall. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Noah Lappin was on the receiving end of two Brandon Johnson passes that advanced the ball to Mount Sinai’s 25-yard line.

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Kevin Barry, the East Hampton High School boys cross-country, said this week that he thinks the team has a good shot at going to the states. Ricci Paradiso
Pamela Pilco, who played first singles on the East Hampton-Pierson-Bridgehampton girls tennis this fall, was one of its five all-division players.Jack Graves
Carly Drew, one of the girls swimming team's captains, is also one of its county qualifiers.

Bonackers, are now 2-4
Brandon Johnson (33) had this past Friday another huge game, with 311 all-purpose yards — 156 rushing, 90 receiving, 65 in kickoff returns — and two touchdowns, not to mention 10 tackles. Craig Macnaughton

A 44-19 rout
Brenden Mott, with the ball, reeled off big gainers Saturday, but, in the end, the New Haven Old Black Rugby Club wore Montauk down and prevailed. Craig Macnaughton

Bonackers in the running
East Hampton’s team this season comprises, from left, Stephen Kane, Ryan White, Turner Foster, Nate Wright, Kevin Boles, Tyler Chittavong, Luke Vaziri, and Hunter Medler. Coach Claude Beudert is at right. Jack Graves
Liana Paradiso, left, a sophomore, has been the East Hampton High School girls cross-country team’s number-one runner this fall. She placed 17th in a field of 140 in Saturday’s Nassau Coaches’ meet’s 5K at Bethpage State Park in 21 minutes and 29 seconds. Erik Eng­strom, right, leads the way. Ricci Paradiso

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James Stanis, one of East Hampton’s powerful hitters, unleashed one during last Thursday’s win in five here over Commack. Craig Macnaughton

East Hampton was 3-0 in League III as of Monday
Craig Brierley, the girls swimming team’s head coach, said he had an idea during the preseason workouts at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter and at the Maidstone Club that this team would be the program’s best thus far. Christina Brierley