The East Hampton High School boys swimming team improved its League II record to 3-1 and its overall record to 4-2.
Joey Badilla, who won the 100-yard butterfly event in the meet with Huntington-Harborfields, has qualified to compete in three events thus far at the county meet on Feb. 17. Craig Macnaughton

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“Put up a poster in the post office,” said Lillie’s co-coach Tim Luzadre
There are more than 20 on Cory Lillie’s roster, though he is waiting for a goalie before scheduling games. Craig Macnaughton
Krista Bussi, the figure skating coach, hails from Buffalo.Jack Graves

Big meet at the University of Maryland looms
Angelika Cruz is one of a number of “great” Hurricane coaches. Jack Graves

An easy 71-49 win here on Jan. 2 over Sayville
Marco Rabanal was the day’s sole winner in a 170-pound J.V. match. Craig Macnaughton

“This year, as in past years, the Plunge registration team consisted entirely of volunteers from the Springs Food Pantry,”

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The air temperature was given at Main Beach as 18 degrees
Plungers, whose numbers were predictably way down this year, said afterward that it was colder after getting out than it was once in. Durell Godfrey
The East Hampton Polar Bear Plunge on New Year's Day at Main Beach was one of the coldest in recent memory, but icy waters did not deter the heartiest, including, above, John Ryan Sr., with plunger in hand, who at 83 may have been the oldest to go in. Below, the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad was suited up and on hand to keep an eye on participants as they conquered the frigid cold and made the plunge. Durell Godfrey Photos

Pringles, pickles, and bars were what he ate
The East Hampton Library’s executive director doesn't listen to music when he runs ultras, nor does he listen to novels. Jack Graves