Boys soccer, swimming, girls volleyball strong
The Paul Yuska award winners, shown with the athletic director, Joe Vas, were Maggie Pizzo and Cort Heneveld.
It was Siebert’s second win at Montauk in the past three years
Hana Sykorova, left, 34, a native of the Czech Republic who lives in New York City, was the women’s winner, and 13th over all. Saturday’s win was the second at Mighty Montauk for Ryan Siebert, right. His mother, Denise, won there in 1984.
A 300-yard swim in Gardiner’s Bay, a 7-mile bike, and a 1.5-mile run
Ali and Tali Friedman are I-Tri girls who already have made athletic strides — Ali in tennis and Tali in gymnastics. Ali, a seventh grader, recently won a scholarship to the Ross School’s Tennis Academy.
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Trying to rebuild an interest in football
Bill Gardiner, who will coach East Hampton’s 7-and-8-year-old Police Athletic League team in the fall, shows how it’s done.
Trophies were given out to the top three in each of the five age groups. Craig Macnaughton
The ceremony will be at homecoming Sept. 20
Paul Annacone, who once was the world’s top tennis doubles player, leads this year’s Hall of Fame class.
“We came ready to play and they were flat.”
Ray Curtin, of the winning Red team, tested the Blues’ goalie, Tommy Powell, with a slap shot.
Khloe Goncalves and the Red team celebrated their 10-2 triumph after the playoff final. Jack Graves
“We built everything from the ground up,”
The Car Doctor World crew, Rod (The Nurse) Davidson, Erik (The Head Surgeon) Palmieri, and Ryan (The Car Doctor) Pilla gathered around a completely rebuilt E-Type Jaguar in the shop Monday.
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