The Bonackers and Killer Bees went at it in East Hampton High’s gym Saturday morning, a scrimmage that comprised nine 10-minute quarters.
Both coaches, Bridgehampton’s Carl Johnson and East Hampton’s Bill McKee, saw good things and not-so-good things.
“Defensively, we need a lot of work,” said Johnson, though he more or less liked the way his players, who he thinks could well go all the way this year, ran the offense.
A high school boys varsity and junior varsity tournament, the Kendall Madison Tip-Off Classic, and a tournament for youth teams are to be held at the high school this weekend.
Varsity and jayvee teams from Mattituck, Westhampton Beach, Pierson, and East Hampton are to vie in the Kendall Madison tourney, a fund-raiser for the Kendall Madison Foundation, which each spring awards mentoring scholarships to East Hampton High School seniors. This year’s winners were Thomas Nelson and Marina Preiss.