Sports

Tortorella Pools maintained its hold on first place in the Wednesday evening 7-on-7 men’s soccer league by defeating Bateman Painting 6-1 at East Hampton’s Herrick Park on May 21, thus improving to 3-0-0. Maidstone Market, which...
    The East Hampton Football Club, the strongest men’s soccer team East Hampton’s ever had, shut out the South Jamaica Portuguese 2-0 in a League Cup semifinal played at the Ross School Sunday.     ...
    Things came to an end sports-wise at East Hampton High School last week, with mixed results: Buoyed by friends and relatives at Senior Day, the softball team shut out winless John Glenn 7-0, the boys lacrosse won the face-offs,...
Springs Swimming     Gina Bradley of Paddle Diva has donated an 11-foot-6-inch Rivera paddleboard and Ranger paddle, valued at $1,050, to be raffled by the Springs School Parent Teacher Association, which hopes to raise the $5,000...
    The Montauk Rugby Club, like the Phoenix, has arisen from its ashes, a reincarnation that didn’t seem all that likely last October when a story on these pages bore the headline, “Sharks’ Swan Song?”...
    Dan Powers’s Bachelor Party, an all-star team that included players who’d been on multiple international and national-championship Ultimate disc teams, won a grand masters (over-40) tournament contested by six teams...
    Whitney Reidlinger, the occupational therapist at the Springs School, reported Tuesday that the spring Special Olympics Games at Southampton High School this past Sunday had gone well.     Among the medal winners...
    Whether by 2 points, as Section XI’s standings had it, or by 7, as Yani Cuesta had it, the East Hampton High School girls track team she coaches defeated Westhampton Beach here on May 6 to finish the regular season at 3-2-1...
    For a brief moment last week, the East Hampton High School softball team was in contention for the playoffs, but a 6-5 loss at Shoreham-Wading River on May 6 ate those dreams, and, still on the subject, it seemed on Monday as if...