sports

    Battling from the get-go, the Ross School boys basketball team, the Cosmos, took Bridgehampton’s Killer Bees to school at Ross’s well-appointed gym Monday night before a packed house, which was entertained as well...

    Dennis Fabiszak, the East Hampton Library’s executive director, has been for a while now an ultradistance runner, which is to say he competes in 50-and-up events, though he’s never been in the ne plus ultra of...

   The East Hampton High School girls basketball team dug itself into a hole with a 2-point loss here to Shoreham-Wading River on Feb. 7, a game it could well have won. In a must-win situation, at Amityville’s inhospitable gym...

Saturday, February 18
BOYS BASKETBALL, playoffs begin, site of higher seeds, times to be announced; Class D outbracket game, Ross vs. Bridgehampton, site and time to be announced.
BOYS SWIMMING, county meet,...

    In postseason competition this past weekend, East Hampton High’s Ashley West qualified for the state indoor track meet on March 3 by placing third in the state qualifier 600-meter race in 1 minute and 40.24 seconds. As...

   In only its third year, East Hampton High School’s boys swimming team has finished a season with a winning record.
    Jeff Thompson’s charges have finished at 3-2 in League III, good for third...

    A 13-member committee headed by Jim Nicoletti, who perhaps is best known for the championship baseball teams he coached here between 1985 and ’95, is seeking nominations for an East Hampton High School Hall of Fame.

   In postseason competition over the past weekend, Deilyn Guzman of East Hampton High School’s boys indoor track team won the small schools 300-meter race in 37.34 seconds, ranking him among the county’s top six in that...

    On May 25, 1994, Larry Keller Jr. dug deep. He visualized how he was going to wind himself up as though compressing the coils of a spring back through time to ancient Greece, coiling his powerful body the way they did during...