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  • What's coming up in East Hampton area sports.
  • Ah, I see it’s that time again. I had suggested to Mary the other day that maybe we ought to become Jehovah’s Witnesses to free us from the bondage of mandatory holiday cheer.
  • The East Hampton High School boys basketball team prevailed 65-62 in an overtime thriller here Saturday afternoon with Bayport-Blue Point, the team that deprived the Bonackers of a share of the league title in the regular-season finale last February.

  • But for some pins that stuck in the coach’s craw, the East Hampton High School wrestling team might well have made the finals of Saturday’s Doc Fallot tournament in Hampton Bays.
  • Bill Herzog, who by his own estimate has “retired 10 times,” came out of his latest retirement recently to coach winter boys track in the absence of Luis Morales, the former coach and one of Herzog’s former protégés, who is now a physical education instructor and coach at Greenport High School.
  • Monday, December 28

    WRESTLING, East Hampton at Sal DiFazio holiday tournament, Half Hollow Hills East High School, 9 a.m.

    GIRLS BASKETBALL, Coaches vs. Cancer tournament, Pierson vs. Westhampton Beach, Hampton Bays High School, 11 a.m.; East Hampton vs. Comsewogue, Center Moriches High School, noon.

  • New Year's Day will be celebrated with polar bear plunges from Montauk to Wainscott.
  • As I said last week, I immediately dialed up the Round­about Theatre’s box office when I read a rave review of “The Humans” in The Times — a moment or so before Mary said she’d been wanting to see “Hamilton.”
  • Evidently having internalized, at least to some degree, what Jason Lezak, a former Olympian, had said concerning swimming techniques at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter’s pool recently, the Y’s youth swim team, the Hurricanes, did very well, its coach, Tom Cohill, said, at a three-day meet this past weekend at Eisenhower Park in Nassau County.
  • Glen Cove Avellino came in to Sunday’s men’s soccer game here with the East Hampton Football Club eager to avenge last year’s 3-1 loss and to preserve its undefeated record, which it did, much to the locals’ chagrin.

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