Sports

    Friday morning started out only beautiful. No signs of fish as Capt. Ken Rafferty’s boat left the Montauk Harbor inlet heading west toward Gardiner’s Island. He’d called around, spoken to fellow guides already...

 Marathon, Triathlons

    This will be a big weekend for long-distance competitors. The Hamptons marathon, half-marathon, and 5K are to be contested Saturday at the Springs School, beginning at...

August 18, 1988
    Among the players in this year’s Huggy Bear tennis tournament in Water Mill will be Pancho Gonzales, Pancho Segura, John McEnroe, Paul Annacone, Ken Flach, Robert Seguso, Tomas Smid...

   The East Hampton Football Club, the first men’s soccer team from here to compete Islandwide in 30 or so years, made its home debut at the Ross School Sunday afternoon, and, as expected, impressed.


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   The big news in East Hampton High School sports this past week was the girls volleyball team’s victory over a perennial rival, Westhampton Beach, and the boys cross-country team’s second-place finish in the 16-team...

   It was not written in stone that Mount Sinai, the second-ranked team in Division IV, would defeat ninth-ranked East Hampton, though certainly the odds were against the Bonackers in Saturday’s football season opener here.

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    Sunday afternoon was one of those magical times reserved for September when, because the sun is lower to the horizon, the world seems to glow. Looking south from the beach in Montauk, a small, stationary flotilla of boats could...

Thursday, September 19
GOLF, East Hampton vs. Ross, East Hampton Golf Club, 3:30 p.m.
BOYS SOCCER, East Hampton at Miller Place, 4:30 p.m.
BOYS VOLLEYBALL, Commack at East Hampton, 5 p.m.

   With his mother, Denise, who had placed third in the inaugural year of this race in 1982, looking on, 23-year-old Ryan Siebert of Patchogue won Sunday’s Mighty Hamptons triathlon in Noyac in 2 hours, 3 minutes, and 59 seconds,...