Sports

A 5-2 loss at Harborfields for the senior-heavy team
Jaedon Glasstein and Alex Weseley, Bonac's number-one doubles tandem, will be graduating next month. Jack Graves
Ravi MacGurn, left, a senior, won't be around next year, and Luke Louchheim will be transferring to Hotchkiss.Jack Graves Photos
Max Astilean, who “played by far his best match” last week, will be back next year.

There was a decent showing of East Enders
Duane Bock, an East Hampton High School Hall of Famer who caddies for the world’s 24th-ranked touring pro, Kevin Kisner, said at Bethpage Black last week that it was nice being near his hometown again. Jon M. Diat Photos
Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here. Jon M. Diat

The varsity baseball and softball coaches are making use of summer leagues
Annemarie Cangiolosi Brown, Bonac’s softball coach, expects to arm Sophia Swanson, above, and a number of other young pitchers with changeups and drops or risers in the coming months. Craig Macnaughton

And a personal best in the 200-meter dash, too
Matt Maya seen competing in the long jump at a home meet in April. Craig Macnaughton

The week ahead in local sports

Playoffs are within reach within the season’s last week
Jackson Baris, a tall junior who’d been sidelined with an injured knuckle the past two weeks, kept East Hampton in Friday’s game with the defending county champs all the way. Craig Macnaughton
Six soon-to-graduate East Hampton High School softball players — Rebecca Kuperschmid, Claire Hopkins, Ella Gurney, Mary McDonald, Erin Decker, and Raven Biondo — were hailed Friday at the home finale with Shoreham-Wading River. The 2-13 team is to play its last game of the season at Amityville today.

At the South Fork Country Club in Amagansett
Tim Garvin, shown with the Wanamaker Cup, the PGA Championship trophy, at Bethpage Black recently, likes the fact that South Fork is a family-oriented club.

Tacking up results, Coach Cuesta missed a relay sprint to the wire
Bella Espinoza, who won the pole vault competition in Saturday’s East End Classic here, scaling 8 feet 9 inches, is expected, once a new pole arrives, to go even higher. Craig Macnaughton
Grace Brosnan won the open 400 intermediate hurdles and placed second the freshman-sophomore 100-meter dash Saturday. Jack Graves

The week ahead in local sports action

A rainy Hither Hills trails half-marathon; Fowkes smokes St. Anthony’s
Holly Li drifted wide into Caroline Cashin’s lane at the beginning of Saturday’s Hither Hills trails half-marathon, though Cashin did not file an objection. Jack Graves
Ryan Fowkes, above, broke 4:20 in the mile, which had been a goal of his, at the St. Anthony’s invitational Saturday. Bill Fowkes