Sports

Thursday, June 28 LACROSSE, open play at East Hampton High School begins, 6-8 p.m. Friday, June 29 LITTLE LEAGUE, District 36 tournament for 9-10-year-olds, site to be determined, 5:45 p.m. Saturday, June 30 RIDING, cocktail party to...
    Local residents who have dreamed of learning to ride, jump, and show horses may soon have a unique opportunity to do so, for Stony Hill Stables in Amagansett is launching a scholarship program for young people through its newly...
    There was agony and ecstasy to spare this past week as East Hampton’s Little League finalists — boys and girls — duked it out in best-of-three “world series.”     Tim Garneau’s...
    The I-Tri program for sixth-through-eighth-grade girls in the Springs and Montauk Schools benefited to the tune of about $9,000 from a Turbo-Tri, a triathlon for adults new or relatively new to the sport that was contested...
    “We’re going to have to make the course harder,” Mary Ellen Adipietro, the Shelter Island 10K director, said with a laugh on Monday, two days after Simon Ndirangu topped a field of 1,066 finishers in 28 minutes...
    Leslie Andrews, a former ESPN marketer who at the age of 30 forsook corporate boardrooms for the greener pastures of golf, and who later became a teaching pro and a corporate golf consultant, has, with Adrienne Wax, written a...
June 4, 1987     The old men beat the young ones, and also the 90-degree heat in Saturday’s 5K Race Against Drug Abuse in Sag Harbor. Ted Haiman, 44, a part-time Amagansett resident who holds the masters record of 4 minutes...
Sailing Classes     The first of the East Hampton Town Recreation Department’s summer series of two-week sailing sessions is to begin Monday at the south end of Lake Montauk. Preregistration at the Parks and Recreation...
   Jean Carlos Barrientos, an East Hampton High School junior who was one of the stars on the boys soccer team that won the school’s first-ever county championship last fall, was hailed for another reason at the athletic awards...