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  •     Steve Tseperkas, East Hampton High’s wrestling coach, was pleased to report Sunday that all of his charges had been certified the day before at the weights they were shooting for.

        Lucas Escobar, arguably the team’s most talented wrestler, was certified at 120 pounds, “where he wanted to be. Last year we wanted him to be at 113, but he stayed at 120 and had to wrestle bigger kids. . . . He may start out wrestling at 126 and go down to 120 after Christmas.”

  •     Whether or not Tylik Furman, the Bridgehampton High School boys basketball team’s sophomore point guard, will be able to play this season remained in doubt Monday morning as his coach, Carl Johnson, and the school’s athletic director, Mary Anne Jules, awaited the results of a second doctor’s opinion.

  •        We tried, but, as usual, failed to escape Thanksgiving.

           “Let’s go to Sam’s,” I said to Mary when the subject came up, “and have a large pizza with cranberry topping.”

  •        The East Hampton Football Club continued its winning streak at the Ross School Sunday by defeating Brishna, a tough men’s soccer team from Queens whose players are of Afghan ancestry, 4-3, thanks largely to three goals by the elusive Luis (Piri) Correa.

           The game had particular importance inasmuch as it was a third-round contest in the State Cup, a tournament that will continue in the spring.

  •        Despite the cold weather on Thanksgiving Day (in contrast to recent years), which probably persuaded a number of runners not to come, the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 3 and 6-milers in Montauk drew a big crowd.

           There were 445 finishers in the 3-miler, which was won in 16 minutes and 46.6 seconds by Nicholas Berglin, 16, of Hampton Bays, and 55 in the 6-miler, which was won by 25-year-old Daniel Widlowski in 34:46.9.

  •        “I think they may have had the better of it,” Howard Wood, who coaches East Hampton High School’s girls basketball team, said following Saturday morning’s scrimmage here with Pierson-Bridgehampton.

  •     There are some days when you feel that you’re up to anything, at the top of your game.

  •     As a bitter northwest wind swept across the field, the East Hampton Football Club swept through its opponent, O.F.I. Crete, of Astoria, Queens, 8-0 in a men’s soccer game played at the Ross School Sunday afternoon.

        The rout of the West Division’s runner-up team improved East Hampton’s record in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s third division to 7-0-0. John Romero’s powerful squad has outscored its opponents 38-4 since its first season of play in the L.I.S.F.L. began.

  •     Marina Preiss capped an eventful East Hampton High School career with seventh-place finishes in the state’s girls swim meet’s 50 and 100-yard races in Ithaca Saturday.

        John McGeehan, East Hampton’s coach, said on his way back from Ithaca that Preiss had swum the 100 in 51.76 seconds in a preliminary heat on Friday. “That 51.76,” he said, “was a best-ever time for her in that event, which seeded her third in the finals.”

  •     Gracing the entrance to Jim Shelly’s Georgica Services Ltd. station on Springs-Fireplace Road the other day were a 2002 red Thunderbird, a silver 1973 Citroen SM, a shiny black Porsche, a Mercedes-Benz 280SL, and an Austin-Healey 3000Mk III.

        Inside, on the office’s walls were posters from sports car racing’s vintage days.

        So, he was asked, had he been a lover of classic sports cars since his teenage days in Pottstown, Pa.?

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