Sports

    Jacob Siwicki, a part-time Sagaponack resident who in the past two years has played football for two nationally ranked high schools, Upper Saint Clair in suburban Pittsburgh and DeMatha in Hyattsville, Md., outside of...

Thursday, August 11
BENEFIT SOFTBALL, Travis Field memorial tournament begins, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, from 5 p.m.


Friday, August 12
BENEFIT...

Giant Steps 5K in Amaganset

    Peter Kazickas, who is soon to matriculate at Hamilton College, where he expects to start at a guard position for its basketball team, recently returned from having spent a month in Zimbabwe working with his fellow...

    When last interviewed, three and a half years ago, Joe Vetrano, fresh from having won Pan-American karate championships in fighting and self-defense, said his martial arts education had just begun.
    A...

    The Max Cure Foundation will benefit on Aug. 13 from a two-hour B-East adult spin class and a boot camp/obstacle course for kids at Amagansett Square — a tune-up for the third Roar for a Cure carnival the following...

Thursday, August 4
SLOW-PITCH, playoffs continue, either game three of Groundworks-Men At Work series, or game one of best-of-five final with Bostwick’s, 7 p.m., to be followed, at 8:30, by game three of Uihlein...

Slow-Pitch Playoffs
    Bostwick’s, the pre-eminent team in the East Hampton Town women’s slow-pitch softball league, remained undefeated, at 10-0, as it notched two first-round playoff wins...

    Thomas Brierley, a 15-year-old who the day before had been nosed out for second place in the Hamptons Challenge 2-mile ocean swim in Montauk, breezed to a win in Sharon McCobb’s Youth Triathlon (300-yard swim, 7-mile...