The Lansdowne and Montauk Rugby Clubs’ Division III sides played to a 20-20 tie at East Hampton’s Herrick Park on Saturday. In reporting the outcome, Charlie Collins said, “It was a very testy match between old foes . . . the Sharks led Lansdowne for most of the match, but were unable to put it away.”
Two young women, Mormons as I learned, appeared at our door one late afternoon recently, and they were very pleasant even though I confessed I was no longer a churchgoer, which, of course, did not mean, I said, that I did not have a spiritual side.
Larry Brown, the Hall of Fame basketball coach, the only one ever to win N.B.A. and N.C.A.A. championships, met with Joe Vas, the East Hampton School District’s athletic director, on Tuesday and reportedly told him he wants to be “a resource” for the boys basketball program here.
The Montauk Brewing Company, whose core group has won four slow-pitch softball championships in the past five years, first in Amagansett in 2012, and then in more recent years at the Hank Zebrowski field in Montauk, came up short this time, losing the recent final series in five to the Gig Shack, Leo Daunt’s team, which had sustained only one loss in the regular season.
Saturday’s Division IV opener began badly for the East Hampton High School football team, but, following a talk by their coach, Joe McKee, the players’ spirits improved, and though the host team, Port Jefferson, was to go on to win 42-19, the Bonackers, McKee said afterward, had their chances — especially in the second half.
Mike Bahel and Peter Heinz won Monday’s Great Bonac foot races in Springs, which benefit the Springs Fire Department and the Old Montauk Athletic Club’s scholarship funds, in 41 minutes and 34 seconds and 17:39 respectively.
The Greenport and East Hampton High School football teams scrimmaged here Friday, and following it, Joe McKee, the Bonackers’ coach, said his players, while they were outscored two touchdowns to none, had held their own.
Bridgehampton's Killer Bees were swarmed Friday night by Center Moriches's fullcourt-pressing players, and in turning the ball over about 20 times, were themselves overturned in the county B-C-D game by a score of 60-44.