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  • Erik Engstrom, who East Hampton High School’s boys cross-country coach, Kevin Barry, has said is the hardest-working and best runner he’s ever mentored, signed a letter of intent at the high school Friday to attend the University of Massachusetts.
  • As he did last year, Nick Lemon, 23, won Saturday’s Bridgehampton Half- Marathon, again leaving the sold-out field in the dust, in 1 hour, 10 minutes, and 40 seconds, slightly slower than his 2015 time — and personal record to date — of 1:10:15.
  • The East Hampton Football Club, despite being pushed around a bit, wound up a 3-0 victor in a Long Island Soccer Football League first division game at the Ross School Sunday afternoon.
  • Just when I thought I knew it all, I was blessed — yes, blessed — the other night to discover that I have a glaring weakness: I cannot hit, when receiving in the deuce court, a serve curved from the far corner.
  • Monday’s 4-3 win here over William Floyd, which assured the East Hampton High School boys tennis team a second-straight undefeated season in league play, at 12-0, was not the nail-biter that the recent match with Westhampton Beach was.
  • What you’re about to read is not terribly timely, and yet it is.
  • Bill Herzog, who coaches East Hampton High’s boys track team, was singing the spring vacation blues this past week, bemoaning the fact that of a squad of 36 only 11 had showed up for Saturday’s invitational at Westhampton Beach.
  • The East Hampton Football Club remains in third place in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s premier division with recent wins over Oceanside United, Forest Park, and Real New York.
  • The East Hampton High School boys tennis team clinched the league title — and remained undefeated in league play — in a 4-3 squeaker over Westhampton Beach here on April 20.
  • Noah Avallone, 8, who recently became a national champion in the sport, first snowboarded, his father, Mike, said, “at the age of 18 or 20 months, at Third House here in Montauk. We strapped him in and pushed him down the hill and he stayed on, and he had a big smile on his face.”

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