Though Phil Zablotsky (20) seems to be in a good position above, East Hampton was beaten on the boards by Kings Park.
Anthony Piscitello, East Hampton’s new wrestling coach, predicts that Vincenzo Salcedo, a sophomore (on top above), who wrestled at 145 pounds Saturday, will improve as he gains experience. Craig Macnaughton Photos
This year’s Old Montauk Athletic Club honorees were, from left, Jim Stewart, Erin Tintle, Cecilia De Havenon, and Christian Brierley.
Alden Powers, with the ball above, is one of two ninth graders on Kelly McKee’s team.
Jack Reese, East Hampton’s all-star junior point guard, can hit from the outside and inside.
East Hampton’s athletic director, Joe Vas, and the school’s trainer, Randi Cherill, will have a better conveyance to ride around in come the spring. The new golf cart, valued at $3,500, was a gift to the district from the Bonac Booster Club. Craig Macnaughton and Jack Graves Photos
Nick Haas will be at E.H.I.T. through April
Every aspect of one’s swing can be tracked with Nick Haas’s TrackMan equipment in a basement room of the East Hampton Indoor Tennis Club’s annex.
The East Hampton Football Club moved into first place in the Long Island Soccer Football Club’s Division-I A flight
Seeded number-one in the playoffs, the Maidstone Market 7-on-7 men’s soccer team proved why at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Monday night.