“Maybe this is the beginning of a new streak,” Claude Beudert, who coaches East Hampton High School’s golf team, said this week in relaying the news that his team had finished the season tied for first place with Southampton, each at 9-1, despite the fact that it is not led by a star this year, as it has been in recent years past.
The East Hampton High School boys soccer team continued to roll Monday, defeating Amityville 3-0 thanks to goals by Nick West, Camillo Godoy, and Nick Quiroz.
The win improved the Bonackers, who long ago clinched a playoff berth, to 11-1 in league play. Presumably the two-time defending county Class A champions will receive that bracket’s top seed again. The eighth seeded Class A team is to play at the top seed in a first-round game next Thursday at 2 p.m.