Joe McKee, East Hampton High School’s varsity football coach, credited “the whole team” with Saturday’s 14-12 win here over Wyandanch — the first win for Bonac football in almost two years.
The life of the late Steve Tarpinian, a triathlete, swimming coach, and triathlon promoter whom his life partner, Jean Mellano, has described as “the pioneer of triathloning on Long Island,” is to be celebrated at Sunday’s Mighty Hamptons triathlon at Noyac’s Long Beach.
East Hampton High’s boys cross-country team made itself known statewide at an invitational meet in Wawrick Saturday, taking third place among the 16 teams in one of the varsity races there, paced by Erik Engstrom’s winning time of 15 minutes and 43.5 seconds.
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Nine players who were on last year’s state-championship finalist East Hampton High School boys soccer team graduated in June, leaving, needless to say, some large shoes to fill.
The East Hampton High School boys and girls cross-country teams turned out in force for the Great Bonac 5K Monday morning in Springs, and the boys, who enjoy a preseason ranking of 10th in New York State, finished in a pack of five, a couple of minutes behind the 5K’s winner, Gerard Connelly, 18, of Nesconset.
Joe Vas, East Hampton’s athletic director, said Friday that the high school sports teams’ fall seasons ought to be interesting pretty much across the board.
Charles Manning, who led the Killer Bees to a state boys basketball championship last season, won’t be playing in Bridgehampton this winter given the fact that, having passed an entrance examination this past week, he’ll be at Long Island Lutheran.