Sports

    When spring practice first began at the beginning of this month, Lou Reale’s response on being asked how East Hampton High School’s softball team looked was to roll his eyes.     He’s not...

    East Hampton Bowl was packed Sunday morning with the parents, teachers, and friends of 60 young bowlers with disabilities who, in high spirits and urged on by the applause of their elders and peers, participated in a tournament...
   The news sports-wise, as of earlier this week at any rate, is that East Hampton High School’s spring teams have not been hampered by the ordinarily hostile weather of early March.     “The weather’s...

March 12, 1987     It’s Glens Falls, Ho, for the Pierson High School girls basketball team, which on Tuesday night easily defeated Alexander Hamilton of Elmsford in the state Class D Southeastern Regional championship game at...
   The Killer Bees of Bridgehampton had, according to Carl Johnson’s assistant, Joe Zucker, a pretty good chance to win Saturday’s state Class D Southeast regional playoff game against Livingston Manor.     ...
   Mark Crandall, who’s hopeful that the Hoops 4 Hope program he’s overseen in Zimbabwe and South Africa for the past 18 years will continue to grow, is nevertheless mindful that, despite the organization’s fine...

Thursday, March 15 SOFTBALL, East Hampton at Center Moriches, scrimmage, 4 p.m. Friday, March 16 GIRLS TRACK, Southampton at East Hampton, scrimmage, 3:30 p.m. SOFTBALL, Newfield vs. Pierson, Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor, scrimmage, 4:30 p...
   Where has all the smoked whiting gone? There was a time when it seemed smoked whiting was everywhere. Bars in Montauk put it out for snacks. Not putting out a smoked whiting appetizer at Christmastime was considered a grave social...
   Pete Spagnoli, a Sag Harbor physical therapist and adventure racer who often traverses in his wide-flung travels some forbidding terrain and has faced some of nature’s more daunting conditions, returned, as he had vowed, to...