It took a while for Saturday’s high school football game at Wyandanch to get under way because of A.C.T. testing throughout the county, but the half-hour wait proved to be worth it for Bonac fans, as the locals were to triumph 33-12.
It was the third straight win for East Hampton, which began the season at 0-4. The last three games have been, scorewise, almost mirror images of the first ones. As of this week, East Hampton has scored 155 points and has given up 185.
With the playoffs looming, the East Hampton High School girls volleyball team, led by Raya O’Neal, one of the best all-around players Kathy McGeehan has ever had, swept Amityville in three sets here Monday afternoon to finish the regular season tied with Sayville for the League VI championship at 11-1.
There is reason to believe that the East Hampton High School football program, assuming it is not forced to move back up into the black-and-blue third division, is in the process of turning itself around.
The East Hampton High School football team extended its win streak to two in Riverhead Saturday, defeating McGann-Mercy 34-13 after overcoming a rather sluggish start.
R.J. Notel, a senior who rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns, and who made 12 tackles and blocked an extra point, agreed afterward that it was a far more pleasant feeling to win than to lose.
“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.
I’m in the eighth ditch of the eighth circle of Hell now, with the falsifiers. Today it would probably not be so populous a place, for relatively few of us moderns can claim to know the truth (thus how could we falsify it) enveloped as we are in cosmic molasses.
A league championship was on the line at Cedar Point Park on Oct. 8, and, as the East Hampton High School boys’ coach, Kevin Barry, expected, the visiting team, Shoreham-Wading River, would prevail. They had only lost three meets in the past 13 years and were the eighth-ranked team in the state, he said.
Chris Schenck, the father of an East Hampton High School softball player who took issue with the firing in July of the school's varsity softball coach, Lou Reale, has launched a petition drive on the GoPetition website