Coaches will know tomorrow where they stand
Maggie Pizzo, driving in on the North Fork team’s cage, led East Hampton’s scoring with three goals.
It was only the second loss of the season for the Bonackers
While East Hampton’s shortstop, Ali Harned, made the putout above, late-inning errors did the Bonackers in in the game here with Islip on May 2.
The East Hampton High School baseball team gave it its best shot
Michael Abreu was indeed an Iron Man this past week, pitching East Hampton to two victories in four days and driving in runs as well.
East Hampton was hoping to snap its two-game losing streak
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The half-marathon’s competitors soon were off the road and into the woods.
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The race is run in memory of the late Katy Stewart
Students from all the area’s schools were among the participants.
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The young guys will be turned loose in Pittsburgh
Jarrel Walker, one of Montauk’s flankers, was prevented from touching the ball down in Long Island’s try zone, but soon after the pack pushed the ball over from the five-meter line.
"I give a lot of credit to my coaches”
Next up for James Ignatowich is a national tourney in New Haven later this month.
"We need a couple more wins, but to be two games above .500 with four games to go is a good place to be.”
Maggie Pizzo, the county’s leading scorer as of last week, was closely guarded, sometimes too closely, said her coach, Matt Maloney, who claimed his star midfielder was hit three times in the head without getting a call.