The East Hampton 9-10 Little League traveling all-stars, who had won the District 36 championship the night before, lost a first-round Section IV game Tuesday to Smithtown-St. James, the District 35 champion, by a score of 12-5.
East Hampton’s 9-10-year-old traveling all-star team rode its pitching, hitting, and heads-up baserunning to a District 36 championship, the first in a quarter-century, this week.
The town’s lifeguarding guru, 82-year-old John Ryan Sr., said Monday morning at his customary Amagansett Beach Association post, that all was well with the town’s lifeguarding program, from the ground up.
Amaden-Gay Insurance Company golf teams, with Reed Jones, John Wallace, Chris McDonald, Benjamin Dollinger, and Peter Cooper among its players, recently have won Chubb and AIG charity golf tournaments in East Norwich, N.Y., and Roslyn, resulting in...
Asked his name after he had crossed the Firecracker 8K finish line in Southampton Sunday morning, the winner said, “Jeff Ares.”
After the accident in 2010 that deprived him of the use of his legs, two of his upper thoracic vertebrae having been fractured, Dennis Johnson, who loved just about all sports as a youth, said he was “a little bit depressed.”
Little League district playoffs and more coming up this week.
As of earlier this week, all three East Hampton Little League boys teams were contending for District 36 Final Fours.
There were three Little League games here at high noon Sunday — two 11-to-12-year-old boys games at Pantigo and an 11-12 girls game at East Hampton High School.
Bob Budd, who is to be inducted into East Hampton High School’s Hall of Fame in the fall, has been associated with Bonac’s football program for the past half-century — the last 17 years as a volunteer.
Going into last night’s games, Hampton F.C.-Bill Miller, at 6-0-3, led the Wednesday evening 7-on-7 men’s soccer league, with 21 points, followed by Bateman Painting, the fall runner-up to Maidstone Market, at 5-0-4, with 19.
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