Rich King, who coached the East Hampton High School boys soccer team to the state Class A final in Middletown last fall, will oversee a soccer camp for boys and girls at the high school between Monday, June 22, and Thursday, June 25.
Undoubtedly when the Black team’s players heard that Tyler Jarvis, the Sportime roller hockey league’s leading points scorer, was not to suit up on May 26 for the Red team, its rival for the spring season crown, they breathed easier.
What used to be a billiards parlor has been since February home to a 2,400-square-foot strength, movement, and conditioning gym known as MuvStrong, overseen by Gordon Trotter and Mike Delalio in the One-Stop complex off Springs-Fireplace Road.
Nina Piacentine broke her own school record in the 1,500-meter racewalk, and East Hampton’s boys 4-by-100 team (Danny Soto, Alberto Gallegos, T.J. Paradiso, and Robert Weiss) was a runner-up as well at division track meets this past week.
Ed Petrie, the man who gave this town, and Sag Harbor before that, so much to cheer about over his half-century career as a high school boys basketball coach, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital at the age of 82.