“It all came down to Jonas”
You’ve got to believe, Jonas Linnman-Feurring’s coach told him during the break between the second and third sets, and, in the end, he did.
“Finding a way to put teams away when we have a lead will be the focal point for us moving forward”
No teams won.
Good news and bad for the East Hampton High School teams.
Drew Griffiths, at left, has been a consistent scorer for Bonac’s boys team.
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Vinicius Carmo expects the Cosmos to make the playoffs.
Mikey Petersen is one of two seventh graders on the Ross School’s boys tennis team. The other is Jonas Linnman-Feurring, who defeated Petersen 6-4, 6-2 to win the boys 12-and-under bracket in a United States Tennis Association tournament held at Ross over the weekend.
The team won its opener Monday
The umpire ruled that East Hampton’s Riley McMahon was out at the plate following a long fly ball hit to Colman Vila, Pierson’s left fielder, by Deilyn Guzman during a recent scrimmage at Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park. The Whalers’ catcher, Paul Dorego, made the diving tag.
School of Hard Knocks: Lia Makrianes, a freshman, who was taken onto the varsity this spring, found herself frequently confronted at the plate by Kathryn Hess, the senior catcher, during Saturday morning’s practice.
Amanda Seekamp scored the game-winner at Westhampton Beach with 20 seconds to go.