Nick Kruel, a knuckleballer and former star of the Pierson High School baseball team, had a standout summer season pitching for the Sag Harbor Whalers in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League and returned to the University of Tampa, where again he made the baseball team.
By Jack Graves The Pierson-Bridgehampton field hockey team lost 2-1 to the Cazenovia Lakers in a state Class C semifinal Saturday, but while the defeat obviously stung, visions of next year were dancing in the players’ and coaches’ heads not long afterward. Bethany Semlear, the Whalers’ first-year head coach, a Pierson grad herself who played D-...
The regular season of Wednesday evening 7-on-7 men’s soccer play was to have ended at East Hampton’s Herrick Park last night with Maidstone Market, which was yet to be defeated going into yesterday’s games, likely to be the top seed.
East Hampton High’s girls 200-yard medley relay team made a splash in the county meet’s first event at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood Saturday by taking third place among the 18 entries in a state-qualifying time of 1 minute and 51.20 seconds.
Kevin Barry, the East Hampton High School boys cross-country coach, told his charges to hydrate, hydrate, hydrate in the two days leading up to Friday’s county meet at Sunken Meadow State Park, and the first sign he had, he said, that it would be a good day “was when we had to make a pit stop on the way there. They listened!”
Kevin Bunce continues to be excited about the under-19 rugby side he’s been coaching — a side, by the way, that has yet to be defeated in three or four outings, the latest of which was Saturday at Stony Brook University, where his 7’s team ran over its North Shore Rugby Club’s counterparts 55-5.