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Sports Briefs: 11.07.19

Tue, 11/05/2019 - 17:32

Finale Forfeit

East Hampton High’s junior varsity football team finished with a 7-1 record Monday, as Shoreham-Wading River, which was to be the Bonackers’ opponent that evening at East Hampton’s Herrick Park, forfeited because, according to East Hampton’s coach, Joe McKee, “they didn’t have enough players.”

A brief intrasquad game was played instead. McKee, who intends to field a varsity and a junior varsity next year, said the jayvee won 20-6 at Port Jefferson on Oct. 29, the team’s ultimate game, as it turned out.

East Hampton’s junior high team, coached by Dave Fioriello, Andrew Daige, and Rob Rivera, defeated Center Moriches 25-2 here Friday to finish at 5-0-1. East Hampton’s scorers in that game were Charlie Corwin, Michael Locascio (two TDs), and Nick Ward, on a 1-yard plunge.

 

Johnson in State Hoops Hall

Carl Johnson, who won three state basketball championships as a player and four during his 26-year tenure as a coach, has been inducted into the state’s basketball Hall of Fame. In announcing the induction on the Bridgehampton High School’s website, Mike Miller, the principal, said, “This man has had a positive impact on so many of our students and staff members. We thank him for this achievement and for all he does for the Bridgehampton School District.”

 

Masi 12th at Sunken Meadow

Evan Masi, a sophomore who is the East Hampton High School boys cross-country team’s top runner, placed 12th over all in the recent county championship race at Sunken Meadow State Park — and third in Division III — in a season-best time of 17 minutes and 14 seconds.


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