Honora Herlihy, who with Lee White is a housing coordinator for the Montauk Mustangs, which debuted last year in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League, is seeking families to host about a dozen of the Mustangs’ players this summer.
“Housing players in America’s collegiate summer baseball leagues is a perennial problem,” Brett Mauser, the H.C.B.L.’s president, said. “Even Cape Cod faces that challenge. Simply put, the host families are the backbone of summer baseball — without them these leagues wouldn’t exist.”
The recently played adult roller hockey league championship game at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett was won by Tyler Jarvis’s Blue team, which bested the top-seeded White team 10-3.
“It was close through the first two periods,” said Brian Rubenstein, one of the White team’s stalwarts, “but then Tyler took over.”