The East Hampton Football Club won the D3 State Cup by defeating Floral Park 5-1
While the East Hampton Football Club was winning on the road last week, at home there was plenty of action. Above, Jonathan Lizano (6) is shown on the way to scoring for Bateman Painting in its 7-on-7 game with Cuenca F.C. at East Hampton’s Herrick Park on June 11.
The East Hampton Football Club boasts a 27-0 record.
Races, benefits, paddleboarding, and lifeguarding
Stony Hill’s pony drill team went through its paces at the stables in Amagansett Saturday afternoon in preparation for this Saturday’s scholarship benefit.
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Edged the third-seeded Montauk Marlins 6-5 in a nail-biter played at Montauk’s Lions Field
Following Jackson Baris’s championship-clinching third strikeout in the top of the sixth inning, the Phillies frolicked.
“we need to close out innings.”
Khalil Denson, a switch-hitting Barry University sophomore, was welcomed home by his teammates after homering far over the fence in right in the third inning, tying Saturday’s game at 2-2.
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The courtyard in front of Rowdy Hall in East Hampton, where a patrons can watch the matches on indoor or outdoor televisions.
A result of big wins in their backyard
Nick Kruel, the winning pitcher, disappeared under the pile after nailing the lid down in Friday’s 1-0 win over Friends Academy.
Boys soccer, swimming, girls volleyball strong
The Paul Yuska award winners, shown with the athletic director, Joe Vas, were Maggie Pizzo and Cort Heneveld.