sports

    The Ross School’s Tennis Academy, the first of its kind on the East Coast inasmuch as its students play and study at a school — their 12-hour day being pretty much evenly divided between sport and studies —...

Sharks in First
    The Montauk Rugby Club improved its Met Union record to 4-0 Saturday with a 26-14 win over the Lansdowne R.F.C. in Yonkers. Thus the Sharks are now in sole possession of first place in...

    A beautiful day, some of the best trails out here, and the recent untimely death of Andrew Walsh, a 45-year-old Irish-born outdoorsman and gifted landscape designer known to many of them, brought some 70 mountain-bikers and...

A fleet of 24 boats contending in the North American JY-15 championships sailed 10 races mostly over windward-leeward courses in Sag Harbor last weekend.

Thursday, October 6
GOLF, East Hampton vs. Ross, East Hampton Country Club, 3:30 p.m.
FOOTBALL, East Hampton at Islip, 3:30 p.m.
GIRLS SOCCER, East Hampton at Sayville, 4:30 p.m.
FIELD HOCKEY,...

    Though the East Hampton High School football team lost 53-13 to fourth-place Comsewogue here Saturday, there were several things to write home about in the second quarter, to wit an 80-yard touchdown pass in which the...

Continuing to roll Saturday, the Montauk Rugby Club upended the Met Union’s Division II leader, Danbury, by a convincing score of 25-7.
Harry de Leyer, “the Galloping Grandfather” who is now a great-grandfather as well, spent four hours here at East End Stables Saturday afternoon.

    One thousand seven hundred and thirty-six runners crossed the finish line behind the Springs School Saturday — 336 marathoners, 1,279 half-marathoners, and 121 contenders in the 5K.
    A 25-year-...