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East Hampton’s bowlers are, from left to right, starting with the bottom row, Sam Baylinson, Kyra Daniels, Cheyenne Mata, Matthew Napolillo, Gabby Green, Victoria Nardo, Andi Dargis, Mike Cahill, Jackson Clark, Andrew Payne, Melina Lopez, Rick Nardo, and Dan Ruggiero. Chris Duran, a Pierson student, is not pictured. Jack Graves

It was a game the team, and its fans, will not soon forget. Jack Graves

Boys’ yardage exceeds 1,469 football fields
Trevor Mott ran away with the 500 in the meet with Harborfields. Jack Graves

Dr. Paul Weinhold played tennis at the University of Illinois “before academics got in the way.” Jack Graves

Of course you’ve got to score points, East Hampton’s coach, Howard Wood, has said, but rebounding is key. Durell Godfrey

Jacob Hands, who seemed to have the upper hand in his match with Kings Park’s Steven Lee, wound up losing 6-5. Jack Graves

EHHS Swim Team works out at Alex Astilean’s Speedfit studio on Newtown Lane
Thrice-a-week workouts at Alex Astilean’s Speedfit studio on Newtown Lane and long hours in the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter’s pool ought to translate into ever-faster times for a number of the Hurricane swim team’s members. Jack Graves