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Had there been an athletics awards dinner — as has perennially been the case — at East Hampton High School in early June (the school board did not budget for it), it would have become evident that the success rate of the school’s teams declined somewhat throughout the course of the school year.
The sports lineup for the week of June 25
“It was 86 degrees and they were dropping like flies,” Meg Bunce, the mother of a Harbor Grill Lions Little League player, said Tuesday morning of the Grasshoppers-Lions game, the second in the American girls softball division’s best-of-three “world series.”

The Montauk Mustangs, whose record was 7-8 as of Tuesday, were riding a three-game win streak as of that day, putting them in the Hampton Collegiate Baseball League’s playoff hunt.
I had lunch at the Inlet Seafood restaurant in Montauk on Monday afternoon. There were five of us, one of whom pulled out his smartphone as we waited with delicious anticipation for sushi, mussels, and broiled mahi sandwiches.
Officials told the Springs Citizens Advisory Committee that the town has begun looking for ways to curtail the possible use of private houses as dormitories for boarding students.
The driver of a car that crashed on Main Street in East Hampton swatted at a spider she spotted in her car, causing her to lose control of it and crash into a pole and a tree.
A funeral Mass for Mary Sireci of Sag Harbor, who died on Saturday, is to be held Thursday morning at 10 a.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton. A graveside service will follow at the Most Holy Trinity Cemetery on Cedar Street.
A month after the board faced a small army of attorneys and owners of large properties who were nearly unanimous in their fierce opposition, the board brushed aside a predicted legal challenge and adopted new restrictions on gross floor area and lot coverage on residential properties.