The young Sharks are to play Saturday at Dix Hills, and on Sunday Dix Hills is to play at Buckskill at 8:45 a.m.
The East End Sharks’ freshmen lost to their Eastport-South Manor peers (also nicknamed the Sharks) at the Buckskill Winter Club on Sunday by a score of 5-2.
There is to be more hockey this Sunday when Dix Hills plays at the Buckskill Winter Club at 8:45 a.m.
Cory Lillie, one of the East End Sharks’ coaches, said following Sunday’s 5-2 loss that his team was “a little rusty because of the recent vacation, though, by and large, we played well.” Craig Macnaughton Photos
A packed house at the Beehive remained enthralled Saturday afternoon as Bridgehampton alumni vied in a let-em-play game of 25-minute halves
Carl Johnson and his fellow Gold team teammates whooped it up before the opening tip, but wound up on the short end of a 99-90 score.
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Canaan Campbell shot well for the Gold team, but not quite well enough.
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Elijah Jackson was all smiles after Bridgehampton's win on Tuesday night. He scored four three-pointers, helping to propel the Bees forward to the East regional final.
Elijah Jackson made a fast break. Jack Graves
John Niles Sr., above, will be honored on Saturday along with Roger Golden, another former Bridgehampton High School coach who died recently.
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“It was a great game — nobody deserved to lose,”
Kyle McKee, who hit three successive 3-pointers going down to the wire, walked off disconsolately as Harborfields, the county Class A champion, celebrated.
In the final seconds, Jack Reese, with the ball, drew the attention of Harborfields’ Alex Bloom, whose 3-pointer with 30 seconds to go thrust a dagger into Bonac’s heart. Craig Macnaughton
Class D Southeast regional game is Tuesday
Elijah Harding (00) and his Killer Bee teammates (Tylik Furman is at left) could not hold off Southampton in the county B-C-D game. Craig Macnaughton
With 27 points, Regis O’Neil was to be the high-scorer in East Hampton’s 75-68 win
Regis O’Neil, who will play lacrosse at Ohio Wesleyan, scored a career-high 27 points in the Class A semifinal win over Bayport-Blue Point.