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  •    The U.S. Women’s Open is to be played at the Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton this week, beginning today, and among those listed as players to watch in Newsday’s preview Tuesday were eight South Koreans, one of whom, the 16-year-old Lydia Ko, the U.S. Women’s Amateur champion, lives in New Zealand.

  • The attention of metadata miners in a bunker somewhere in the godless West was drawn to the following intriguing telephonic transcript (for which a court order had been obtained, of course).

        “Hi, Sarah, this rain has been of biblical proportions, hasn’t it? I’m treating myself to some apple pie a la mode.”
        “A la . . . [crackling sound]? Ruth, I can’t hear you. You’re breaking up.”
        “A la mode, I said.”

  •    Boston, and the fatal terror attack there in April, was very much on everyone’s minds leading up to the 34th Shelter Island Overcoming Obstacles 10K Saturday, and consequently certain precautions, such as prohibiting backpacks and providing clear plastic bags for the collection of refuse at the start and finish lines rather than metal bins, were taken, but all, the race’s director, Mary Ellen Adipietro, said, went smoothly.

  •    It was a celebratory week here soccer-wise, highlighted by the Under-16 Hurricanes’ Long Island Cup championship win Saturday, a first, and their 2-0 shutout of Auburndale-Bayside Sunday that crowned an undefeated Long Island Junior Soccer League Division 1 season.

  •    The future of tennis is in good hands if the attendance at the East Hampton Indoor/Outdoor Tennis Club’s “festival” for kids was any indication.

  •     Going into last night’s games at East Hampton’s Herrick Park, Hampton F.C.-Bill Miller led the Wednesday evening 7-on-7 men’s soccer league with a 5-2-0 mark, though the Hideaway, thanks to a 3-1 upset of perennial-champion Maidstone Market on June 12, was right behind, at 4-2-1.

  •    Peter Heinz, 36, a Manhattanite who’s summering in Springs, had just biked 30 miles out to Montauk and back on Saturday when his girlfriend, Analisa Cipriano, told him that a triathlon was about to get under way at Maidstone Park. Away they went, and though Heinz arrived late, he quickly swam his way into the lead in the 300-yard swim and didn’t look back during the course of the 7-mile bike and one-and-one-half-mile run.

  •    I played on grass on Sunday. On the surface, of course. And it was wonderful. Not only because it’s so easy on the feet, but also because we — me and Al — won!
        Playing on a grass tennis court is my idea of heaven, so it was appropriate, I suppose, that it was Sunday.
        “Some keep the Sabbath — going
        to church —
        I — keep it — staying at Home —
        With a Bobolink — for a

  •    East Hampton High School’s athletes were honored at an awards banquet attended by more than 500 on June 5 — an almost-four-hour-long convocation that tested some attendees’ stamina.
        The Paul Yuska award winners, given to the senior class’s outstanding male and female athletes, went to John Pizzo (football and boys lacrosse) and Melanie Mackin (girls volleyball and girls lacrosse).

  •    Jim Nicoletti, who heads East Hampton High School’s Hall of Fame committee, announced the selection of the Hall’s second class at the athletic awards dinner on June 5 — a group that comprises 11 individual honorees, two coaches, and two championship teams.
        The designees are to be formally inducted on homecoming day, Saturday, Oct. 12, at a ceremony following a breakfast in the high school’s cafeteria.

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