When this writer asked Lisa McKee at Saturday’s basketball tournament at the Sportime Arena where her son Kyle was, she pointed to the tiled floor, where he’d landed moments before, after having been decked trying to go to the hoop. “There.”
“Yes,” she said, answering a follow-up question, “the offensive players are supposed to call the fouls, but Kyle’s too polite. He doesn’t say anything.”
Both East Hampton traveling all-star teams were eliminated from Little League’s District 36 tournament this past week, losing to their North Shore American (Rocky Point) counterparts in each instance.
Tim Garneau’s 11 and 12-year-olds, who had been hurt by the fact that Lou Britton, one of their stars, was sidelined for the final two games with a shoulder injury, finished at 2-3 in pool play, while Liz Genovesi’s 9-10s finished at 4-1.