"It’s almost become expected that every year we’ll be in the postseason because of the strength of our program."
In the end, the lessons learned from having played on a championship-caliber team would prove to be more important than the winning and the losing, East Hampton’s coach, Kathy McGeehan, said following Saturday’s playoff loss to John Glenn. Craig Macnaughton

“A fine end to a successful season,”

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The soccer team, which shut out Amityville 3-0, starts to celebrate. Craig Macnaughton
The boys volleyball team won three straight, 25-15, 25-23, 25-23.Craig Macnaughton
The soccer team celebrates a big win. John Musnicki
Max Learner's header to break the ice and go 1 up in the first half.John Musnicki

A hard-fought 32-29 win over the New York R.C. at East Hampton’s Herrick Park
Gordon Trotter assured the Sharks of an undefeated fall campaign when he scored a try in the final moments of Saturday’s rugby game here with the New York R.C. Craig Macnaughton

King’s Bonac crew is battle tested
Jonathan Chunchi, the right wing, at left, is always a threat to score for East Hampton. Craig Macnaughton
Kevron Palmer, at left, has made valuable contributions in coming off the bench this fall. Craig Macnaughton

East Hampton in position to grab the top seed in the county small schools tournament
With his 16:52 on Sunken Meadow’s course last week, Erik Engstrom broke a school record set in 1987 by Artie Fisher. Ricci Paradiso

East Hampton shares the title with Southampton and Pierson-Bridgehampton
Turner Foster, whose father is the head pro at the Maidstone Club, has played number-one for league-champion East Hampton this season although he’s only an eighth grader. Jim Stewart

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Ron Jensen, far right, played on the Montauk Rugby Football Club from about 1991 to 2002. Mike Jablonski
Ron Jensen, wearing the number 3, was remembered as a good player, a fun guy. Mike Jablonski
In an undated photo of the Montauk Rugby Football Club, Ron Jensen can be seen in the back row second from the left. Courtesy of Rich Brierley