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  • The rule of thumb for first-time road races here is not to expect more than 200 participants, though the Katy’s Courage 5K in Sag Harbor Saturday blew the doors off that assumption.
  • I have read with interest articles about Matias Pulgar Alfaro cooling his heels at his cousin’s home in Springs while the Springs School District, which has denied his request to attend East Hampton High School, and his guardian’s attorney wrangle over whether he is, in fact, a resident of the district.
  • The three track teams here, at East Hampton High School and at the Ross School, have been doing creditably despite small numbers, and, in fact, the Ross-Pierson boys team won its first meet in the program’s four-year history by defeating Babylon 101-14 Saturday.
  • With Casey Waleko, his freshman ace, back on the mound, Lou Reale, who coaches East Hampton High School’s softball team, has reason to think the Bonackers will be competitive this season.
  • This could be the year for East Hampton’s girls, who have never had a winning season, and who lost only one starter to graduation.
  • The Ross School boys tennis team kick-started its 2011 campaign this week with several high-powered opponents...
  • <p> Cold-water plunges to raise money for food pantries</p>
  • <p> With things pretty much at a fever pitch all night, the Whalers, who had lost by 11 at East Hampton the week before, shot well from the get-go while the visitors did not.</p>
  • <p> Thanksgiving morn was cold and gray and still they came to run, jog, or walk in the East Hampton Town Recreation Department and John Keeshan Realty three and six-mile turkey trots in Montauk.<b

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