Sports

Mattituck, a tough Class C team, won the first Kendall Madison Tip-Off Classic tournament here this past weekend, besting Westhampton Beach, an A school, in Friday’s opening round, and pulling away from Pierson, a fellow Class C-enrollment...
The East Hampton Football Club, which last year sailed through a 40-0 season in Division III men’s soccer competition that apparently was unprecedented in the 65-year history of the Long Island Soccer Football League, finished the first half...
Joe Vas, East Hampton’s athletic director, said during a conversation Monday that the numbers were good for all the winter sports, to wit, boys and girls basketball, wrestling, boys and girls track, and boys swimming. Asked if a football...
The Pierson-Bridgehampton High School girls basketball team, despite the absence of four players who had gone on a trip to New York City, upended East Hampton 39-22 in a nonleaguer played at East Hampton High School Monday evening. The win was...
Before the Kendall Madison Tip-Off Classic’s consolation and championship games got under way at East Hampton High School Saturday, a Slamming Santa youth hoop holiday invitational tournament for third-and-fourth and fifth-and-sixth-grade...
Thursday, December 11 GIRLS BASKETBALL, Shoreham-Wading River at East Hampton, 6 p.m. Friday, December 12 BOYS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Shoreham-Wading River, 5:45 p.m., and Pierson at Bridgehampton, 6. GIRLS BASKETBALL, McGann-Mercy at...
This past week was a big one for men’s soccer here. Tortorella Pools won the 7-on-7 league’s final at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Monday evening, erasing a 3-1 deficit in the second half to defeat Hamptons-Bill Miller 4-3. The...
Thankfully, Thanksgiving Day was far better weather-wise than the unremitting rain of the day before, and while the hard-core runners in the crowd of 600-plus at Montauk’s Circle last Thursday morning would probably have turned out anyway,...
The Bonackers and Killer Bees went at it in East Hampton High’s gym Saturday morning, a scrimmage that comprised nine 10-minute quarters. Both coaches, Bridgehampton’s Carl Johnson and East Hampton’s Bill McKee, saw good things...