As it neared 8:30 p.m. on a recent Sunday night, Mary and I, as is our wont these days, talked of the time that remains to us, and she wondered, in that connection, what places I might really like to see and what things I might really want to do.
“What do I really want to do now? Or in the future?” I said.
“Both,” she said, “but let’s begin with now.”
An 82-67 win over Mattituck in the consolation game of Center Moriches’s invitational boys basketball tournament last weekend was viewed as “a breakthrough” by East Hampton’s coach, Bill McKee, and his assistant, Bob Vacca.
“We got cremated by Westhampton,” Vacca said of the Bonackers’ 53-36 loss in that tournament’s first round.