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The county’s overall (AA-A-B-C-D) championship game is to be played at Farmingdale State on Friday, March 6
The Bees’ Charles Manning Jr. can play anywhere on the floor, including above the rim. Craig Macnaughton
Josh Lamison, with the ball above, scored 12 of his game-high 17 points in the second half of Saturday’s county C-D game. Craig Macnaughton
In the absence of his fellow senior guard, Rob Colarusso, Stony Brook’s point guard, hounded above by his Bridgehampton counterpart, Tylik Furman, found the going tough in Saturday’s county C-D game. Craig Macnaughton

All the starters will be returning next year
Kyle McKee, at left, scored 12 of East Hampton’s 20 points in the fourth quarter of Friday’s Class A semifinal at Harborfields. Craig Macnaughton

Axel Alanis is the first all-county wrestler East Hampton’s had since Jarrel Walker, of Bridgehampton, placed fifth at 275 in 2002 and 2003
Axel Alanis often uses the butcher move to pin his opponents. Jack Graves

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Carl Johnson, the Bees' coach, on the sidelinesCraig Macnaughton
Carl Johnson gave his players instructions during a timeout.Craig Macnaughton

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Bridgehampton’s Killer Bees routed Smithtown Christian for the third time this season
The Bees (Josh Lamison, Charles Manning Jr., and Tylik Furman, the team’s captains, are above) were pleased to have breezed by Smithtown Christian in Monday’s Class D county championship game at William Floyd High School. Jack Graves