Virtually all of the players on Maidstone Market’s 7-on-7 soccer team play as well for the East Hampton Football Club, which this week moved into first place in the Long Island Soccer Football Club’s Division-I A flight.
The Montauk Rugby Club finished the fall season with a flourish recently, knocking off its Rockaway rival 33-14 at Rockaway, a win that enabled it to garner a berth in the Empire Geographical Union playoffs in the spring.
Thanksgiving Day’s Turkey Trots in Montauk drew a sizable two and four-legged field, the latter prompting one runner to suggest that the East Hampton Town Recreation Department begin adding a dog division.
The East Hampton Football Club, which as of the moment trails Glen Cove Avellino by one point in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s first-division A flight, knocked Port Jefferson, a tough B flight rival, out of the league cup tournament here Sunday by a score of 2-1.
Jacqui Thorsen, an East Hampton High School senior who has participated in five different sports and has a 100-plus weighted average, signed on Nov. 15 a letter of intent to attend Wagner College, where she will play lacrosse and major in either economics or finance.
I feel like one of Emily Dickinson’s birds that stay, now that someone whose advice I valued and whose actions in my behalf over the years to a great degree have contributed to the feelings of good fortune I entertain these days has died.
Saturday’s East Hampton Town Recreation Department soccer playoff final between the first-through-third-grade Grays, coached by Declan Kelly and Stuart Murray, and the Blues, coached by Robyn Mott and Kathleen Daniels, went down to a shootout, with the Grays winning out, thanks to Josephine Kalish’s clinching shot, 3-0.
Bridgehampton High School inducted its inaugural hall of fame class last night — a group of five that not surprisingly included Carl Yastrzemski, the fabled Red Sox left fielder and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer.