Sports

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 Amagansetter...
    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 third-...
    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’s-Round Swamp Farm...

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 over the Police Benevolent...
    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 bike...
    Maidstone Market wound up an undefeated season in the Wednesday evening 7-on-7 men’s soccer league on July 20, defeating Tortorella Pools 2-0 in a playoff final that, while played toe-to-toe throughout, was decided...
    When, bent by the heat, I shuffled into Alex Astilean’s new Speedfit studio off Newtown Lane in East Hampton the other day — the hottest of the summer — he asked me if I thought I was fit.     I...