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  • Southold High’s baseball team swept the Pierson Whalers in the county Class C championship series this past week, though the Whalers put up a fight.
  • Following the East End Classic invitational girls track meet here on May 18, Yani Cuesta, who coaches Bonac’s girls team, said it served as a good warm-up for the division meet in which her charges were to have competed at Northport Tuesday.
  • It is time to talk of the outdoor shower, that blessed sanctuary among the trees and birds and light in which one can revel six months long before driven inside to the fire, a pleasure of a different kind.
  • For Mike Bahel, the owner of Body Tech and an inveterate long-distance runner, Sunday’s Hither Hills off-road half-marathon wasn’t a particularly big deal. About a month ago, in Pennsylvania, he’d run the Hyner Challenge 25K (15.5 miles) — twice.
  • It’s been a long time — a very long time — since the Montauk Rugby Club fielded an under-18 team, but Kevin Bunce, a former Montauk stalwart, is forming one now, and the results, he said during Sunday’s practice session at East Hampton’s Herrick Park, have been encouraging.
  • Yesterday, the 12th-seeded East Hampton High School boys tennis team, which upset fifth-seeded Bayport-Blue Point last Thursday, was to have played a quarterfinal round match at fourth-seeded Ward Melville.
  • My brother-in-law, presider over an annual Kentucky Derby party, couldn’t pronounce the horse’s name, and so, of course, I went for it — Mubtaahij.
  • The high-flying men’s soccer team, the East Hampton Football Club, stumbled here Sunday in a game with the Long Island Soccer Football League’s two-time defending Division 1 champion, Port Jefferson, losing 3-0.
  • Three East Hampton High School records were set in the girls track meet here with Mount Sinai last Thursday — a meet that the Bonackers won 95-54, thus enabling them to finish the regular season at 3-3.
  • Brandon Hayes was remembered at the dedication of a new scoreboard at East Hampton High School on May 6 — a scoreboard whose $18,000 cost was underwritten last year by East Hampton’s Rotary Club.

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