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You never know who will show up at ‘The Game’
David Baer, a former Star intern, has anchored the Writers team in recent years. Above, he made for home in the Scribes’ 9-6 win last year. Durell Godfrey

“I think this is the best we’ve ever done,”
A legion of lifeguards represented East Hampton in the national tournament in Florida this past week, with competitors ranging in age from 7 to 70.
Amanda Calabrese, at right, won a national beach flags title at Daytona Beach, Fla., this past week for the third year in a row Lynne Calabrese

Malachi Price, 22, a recent Dartmouth graduate who summers in Southampton, and below, Tara Farrell, 38, of East Quogue, were the winners of Sunday’s 3-miler, in 17:31 and 18:43. Craig Macnaughton Photos

Ellen’s (5K) Run annually attracts 1,000-plus participants
Ellen’s (5K) Run usually draws a field of close to 1,000. Nick Lemon (681) won the 2015 edition. Jack Graves

A number of sporting things are looming this weekend.

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Both junior and senior teams are competing in the national tournament at Daytona Beach, Fla.
Chasen Dubs, an East Hampton Town pool-bay lifeguard, is living now in Sarasota, Fla. Christopher Dubs

A tempo run for the winner and runner-up
Joi Jackson Perle, wearing the Team Jordan shirt, hopes to have 1,000 or so at next year’s Jordan’s Run in Sag Harbor. Jack Graves

The 10th Travis Field memorial softball tournament in Amagansett
She said yes. Jack Graves
The Greene Machine’s James Rigby slid in safely, beating a force play at second base in the fifth inning of the Nicko Pools-Greene Machine semifinal.Jack Graves