Brittni Svanberg, 18, and Claire Belhumeur, 14, are ascending figure skating’s competitive ladder
Brittni Svanberg will skate on Boston University’s team come the fall.
Joanne Doran, the Buckskill Winter Club’s manager and figure skating director, for the most part keyed Saturday’s ice show choreography to rock ’n’ roll songs, some of which were “Chantilly Lace,” “Rockin’ Robin,” and (see above) “Jail House Rock.”
Claire Belhumeur, 14, recently won the Empire State Games’ pre-preliminary ladies competition at Lake Placid. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Looking for Maykell Guzman to set the tone
The weather here is a bit different than in Miami, as the ski mask Kevin Brophy was wearing at Sunday’s practice session attests. R.J. Etzel, who has taken over the varsity baseball coaching reins from Ed Bahns, is in the foreground.
There are only four seniors
Lou Reale is hoping that his senior pitcher, Casey Waleko, will dominate East Hampton’s opponents.
The results did not dim their singular seasons
Despite the glum faces, Pierson ended the Long Island regional game with a crowd-pleasing flourish.
Quincy Davis won the top prize of $5,000 in the women’s division
A skate-a-thon raised more than $13,000
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Quincy Davis, the Corona Extra Pro Surf Circuit women's division winner, and Gabriel Escudero, who won the men's division, took home big checks.
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Quincy Davis was feted after her win over the weekend in Rincon. Corona Extra PR
After they’d won their black belts, Victor Giannini, Sarah Bengel, and Chris Minardi posed with those who had helped Sensei Mark Tuthill, second from left, administer their tests — Barry Brennan, Jeff Metzger, Phil Kouffman, and Tony Peters, black belts all.
Chris Minardi, Sarah Bengel, and Victor Giannini, all of whom won black belts following recent tests at Sensei Mark Tuthill’s dojo on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, have studied with him for 15 years. Craig Macnaughton Photos