Wednesday 7-on-7 league begins this week
Fausto Pintado of the Cosmos, at left, was one of those who scored for the winners in the penalty kick shootout.
Last Thursday’s 6-0 loss here was nothing much to write home about, though the day before, at Miller Place, the home team edged the locals 6-5
Will Mackin, said by his coach, Mike Ritsi, to have good off-speed stuff, started Friday’s game here with Miller Place.
Brendan Hughes hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth inning here Friday, but Miller Place won the game 9-6. Craig Macnaughton
East Hampton was in eighth place in the 23-team power-rated Division II on Monday
Carley Seekamp, who handles the draws for East Hampton, is, along with her sister, Amanda, Maggie Pizzo, Cassidy Walsh, and Jenna Budd, a scoring threat.
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The race, the first of the season here, again drew large numbers
Erik Engstrom, of East Hampton High’s boys track team, was Katy’s winner, for the second year in a row.
Brew-a-thon will be at Brewery on April 19
Mike Bahel, left, said Ed Cashin would pass everyone on the climbs and then wait.
After defeating two Division I opponents, Longwood and North Babylon, in nonleague games, the boys lost three of their first four Division II contests
Julian McGurn, East Hampton’s number-one, said following his 6-0, 6-0 win over Southampton’s Dylan Blue, “Coach, I needed that.”
The final score was Rocky Point 9, East Hampton 0
Dylan Scheider, at left, who will move from shortstop to third when Ali Harned returns, is one of a number of ninth graders on Lou Reale’s softball team.