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Just about everything that could have gone wrong for Bridgehampton High School’s Killer Bees at the state Class D Southeast regional final at Pace’s Westchester campus in Pleasantville Friday did, and still, the Bees, who could manage only two 3-pointers that night, both coming in the first quarter, almost pulled it off.
The Poxabogue Golf Center will officially open under new management later this month, led by a golf pro with a solid reputation on the East End. The hope is it will begin a new era for the town-owned facility.
Interest remains in East Hampton High School’s football program, Joe McKee, the varsity’s head coach, said this week. McKee and his assistants, Ed McGintee and Lorenzo Rodriguez, have been overseeing lifting sessions at the high school’s weight room in the past months.
A perfect 12-foot baseline jumper by Terrell Dozier with five seconds left in the second overtime period gave the East Hampton High School boys basketball team a breathtakingly dramatic 75-73 win over Southampton here last Thursday — a victory to which only the Bonackers’ state championship showings of 1989 could compare.
Just about everything that could have gone wrong for Bridgehampton High School's Killer Bees at the state Class D Southeast regional final at Pace's Westchester campus in Pleasantville Friday did, and still, almost pulled it off.
While the Buckskill Winter Club has been a big draw in this its 10th season, the winter has been “brutal,” Buckskill’s owner, Doug De Groot, said Sunday following a high school freshman hockey game there that matched the East End Sharks, coached by Cory Lillie and Kyle Solomon, against the Eastport-South Manor Sharks, overseen by Mark Levitan.
Spurred on by cheerleaders past (namely Brandy Campbell, Geneva Taylor, Angel Pinckney, and Tiffany Gilliam), a packed house at the Beehive remained enthralled Saturday afternoon as Bridgehampton alumni vied in a let-em-play game of 25-minute halves that began at 3 but wasn’t decided until several hours had passed because of frequent breathers —...
What's coming up this week in sports.
The East Hampton Little League organization is to hold a fund-raiser at the Harbor Grill at 367 Three Mile Harbor Road tonight from 6 to 9. A $25 donation will entitle attendees to an appetizer buffet with bottled beer, wine, and nonalcoholic drinks. There will be a 50-50 raffle as well, and “a silent auction featuring great prizes from local...