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Track season begins
Gabby McKay’s leap of 14 feet 6 inches was good for second, and was 1 inch behind her teammate Cecilia Blowe in the long jump here on April 1. Jack Graves

‘Florida’s biggest hill is the overpass over 95’
Having ridden about 500 miles in eight days and having averaged 7,000 feet of daily climbing, Caroline Cashin and Dan Farnham could still manage to smile. Sue Farnham

A 10-0 win by Babylon
Sam Duchemin, Pierson’s senior pitcher, has deserved better thus far, but her teammates’ errors have not helped the Whalers’ cause. Jack Graves

Katie Helfand expects her lineup to do well
Julian MacGurn, above, a junior, Jack Louchheim, a seventh grader, and Julian’s brother, Ravi, an eighth grader, provide Katie Helfand, the East Hampton High boys tennis coach, with a strong top three Jack Graves

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The Sharks shut out their formidable foes from Brooklyn, 13-0
The ball carrier, Kevin Brabant, who alternated at flanker with Nial Toomey, was among the forwards Rich Brierley credited with Montauk’s first-round playoff win here Saturday. Craig Macnaughton

The first Golden Era was in the 1930s
East Hampton’s 1933-34 girls basketball team, coached by Florence Boehm, was a dominant one. Some of its players were Eleanor Dickinson (front row, third from left), Iantha Edwards (front row, third from right); Connie Greene, Elizabeth Stelzer, Marian Hand, Mary Flannery, Vivien Skinner, and Margaret Buckridge (all second row); Anna Hedges (third row, second from left); Joyce Appleyard and Shirley Smith (third row, at the right); Dorothea Loper (top row, at left); Theresa Collins (top row, center), and Frances Pospisil (top row, second from right).