Perhaps it’s too early to call this aggregation of the area’s most talented players a juggernaut, though it could well prove to be, certainly in Division 3 play
Mario Olaya parlayed two fouls in the box into penalty-kick goals for the East Hampton F.C. Gehider Garcia and Danny Bedoya also scored in Sunday’s 4-0 rout of Panatha at the Ross School.
“We played with the same level of intensity throughout — I thought our kids played their hearts out,” Redlus said afterward
Cort Heneveld did well under pressure, rushing for 140 yards, including a touchdown, and passing for 126.
While the girls’ loss was not unexpected, the boys volleyball team’s loss, in three straight, to its Center Moriches peers came as a bit of a shock
Josh Brussell, East Hampton’s coach, expects good things from his hitters (that’s Robert Anderson above) once they make certain adjustments.
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A small, stationary flotilla of boats could be seen a few miles from shore working what must have been a productive hive of summer flounder, otherwise known as fluke
Mark Rubin showed off the distinct markings of a false albacore caught while fishing with Capt. Ken Rafferty over the weekend.
Capt. Ken Rafferty
Ryan Siebert bested 660 other finishers
Ryan Siebert’s mother, Denise, who won the Montauk triathlon in 1982 and placed third that year in the Mighty Hamptons inaugural, hugged her son at the finish line Sunday.
The hotly and well-contested game prompted the referees afterward to agree that these two teams were, aside from Brentwood, perhaps the best in the county
Donte Donegal, who scored a goal in East Hampton’s 2-0 win Saturday under the lights at Southampton, is one of at least several Bonac threats.
Stepping stone: Brierley
Zach Brenneman’s 30-yard breakaway led to a second-half try by Jay Short that trimmed Brooklyn’s lead to 21-19.
Alan Iscoe, the champions’ manager, said the undefeated season was “unprecedented . . . unbelievable.”