Pat Bistrian’s Sand Gnats prevailed 19-14 over The Express
The Sand Gnats jumped around after winning the Little League girls softball “world series.”
Another record is set at Shelter Island
On the way toward the home stretch, the lead pack included Simon Ndirangu, who was to win, Boniface Biwott, Tesfaye Girma, who was to be the runner-up, and Samuel Ndereba, who was to place third.
Carrie Ann Salvi
“Even Par: How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business”
Leslie Andrews suggests that a teaching pro be sought out for introductory lessons, not a relative, a friend, or a significant other.
A triathlon for adults new or relatively new to the sport
Ana Jacobs, who did the bike leg of a relay team whose other members were Kim Notel and Eric Casale, the Springs School’s principal, exchanged a high-five with a swimmer as she set out.
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“If it weren’t for J.C., that man would be dead"
Jean Carlos Barrientos’s heroism was hailed by a half-dozen members of East Hampton’s volunteer ocean rescue squad and by the some 600 attendees before the athletic awards dinner on June 6 began.
A sunset, warm breezes, and a no-pressure race
And they’re off! On a rather calm Wednesday evening in the Harbor.
Carrie Ann Salvi
East Hampton High School’s athletic awards dinner
Ashley West will attend Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa., and Cameron Yusko will attend Duke University in Durham, N.C., this fall.
It was the race’s 30th anniversary
Ryan Siebert celebrated Montauk’s 30th anniversary by winning here for the first time, while Laurel Wassner, who won outright last year, topped the women’s field.
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