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A high-definition golf simulator room
That’s Eric Schultzel in the insert with Pebble Beach’s treacherous seventh hole in the background. Jack Graves

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East Hampton High School boys swimming team defeats Deer Park 85-75
Kevin Pineda, who won the 100-yard backstroke for East Hampton in last Thursday’s meet with Deer Park here, did so in a personal-best time of 1 minute and 7.20 seconds. Craig Macnaughton Photos
Jason Lezak and Amanda Beard gave clinics to young East Hampton swimmers at the Y last weekend.

‘Bonackers blossoming into meaningful team’
Turner Foster and his fellow guard, Jack Reese, ran the offense well in last Thursday’s win here over Shoreham-Wading River. Craig Macnaughton

“It’s definitely one of the best-equipped gyms on the Island,”
Lisa Farbar, at right, gives classes for high school students at Truth Training on Saturday mornings, showed Jackson Baris and Cole Jowers how to properly lift kettle bells, one of the very few exercise aids the Kendall Madison Fitness Center lacks. Jack Graves

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A rite of winter — the annual New Year’s Day Plunge for the food pantries.
The legions having leapt in and, just as quickly, having left, Santa Claus (Pat Sullivan) wished a fellow dawdler in the frigid surf a happy new year. Jack Graves
Logan Tarlow, with his mother Claudia behind, ran for dry land. . Durell Godfrey
Sacrificial rites, or at least semi-sacrificial ones such as Sunday’s ocean plunge, have ancient roots. Durell Godfrey
East Hampton’s Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad made sure that Sunday’s plungers at the village’s Main Beach got in and out safely. The Hurricane swim team’s parents and the East Hampton Lions Club made sure they had something sustaining waiting for them near the pavilion afterward. Durell Godfrey
One of the plungers, Dennis Fa­biszak, the East Hampton Library’s director, recently won a 100-mile race near Cape Canaveral in 22 hours and 46 minutes. Mark Drautz
The Gilbert brothers, Colin and Rick, were among the 300 or so who plunged. At least that many, said Steve Brierley, the honcho in John Ryan Sr.’s absence, looked on. Durell Godfrey
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East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. welcomed the plungers. Durell Godfrey
Polar Bear Plungers line up at Main Beach. Durell Godfrey

‘They didn’t fear me, they just thought I was nuts’
The Long Island championship golf trophy had “a mystical feel,” the interviewee said in The Star’s June 9, 2011, story on the singular win. Jack Graves