The East Hampton High School boys basketball team has been seeded third in the county tournament’s Class A bracket, setting up a home game with sixth-seeded Islip Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Bayport-Blue Point, the League VI champion, was awarded the A’s top seed; Harborfields was seeded second.
Bill McKee, East Hampton’s coach, said his team’s seeding was about what he had expected. “It will be nice to play at home,” he said. “Islip has the county’s high-scorer, a guard, so it should be interesting.”
The East Hampton High School wrestling team, as the result of high finishes in Saturday’s League VI tournament, which was held here, is sending five competitors to the county meet, which is to be held this weekend at Hofstra University.
Colton Kalbacher, a 152-pound senior, got the furthest, finishing as the runner-up to the top seed, John Glenn’s Matt Porrello, by a score of 12-8.