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  • Friday’s under-the-lights junior varsity football game at Southampton High School provided all the excitement that has attended East Hampton-Southampton matchups since the early 1920s.
  • East Hampton High’s girls swimming team, while not the official winner of the League III meet at Hauppauge High School on Oct. 24, finishing second over all to Sayville-Bayport, bested everyone in the swimming events.
  • Vinny Alversa, who has been a physical education teacher and boys soccer and baseball coach at the Springs School during the past 20 years, was the chief honoree at that school’s first-ever homecoming last Thursday, in a gym packed with about 300 students.
  • When, after her East Hampton High School girls volleyball team had swept through the Westhampton Beach Hurricanes 3-0, sealing an undefeated league season, Kathy McGeehan was asked how many undefeated teams she’d had in the past, she directed her questioner’s gaze upward. The first banner he saw was that of her 2002 team, which, indeed, had been undefeated.
  • My father used to say all I did was watch balls go back and forth, and so it has been — volleyballs, basketballs, soccer balls, tennis balls, baseballs, rugby balls, footballs . . . though, come to think of it, not so many footballs anymore.
  • Three of the top seven finishers in the Shelter Island Fall 5K Saturday were Krauses — Janelle Kraus Nadeau, the first of Cliff Clark’s long-distance stars, and her first cousins, Alex and Alysa Kraus of Fairfield, Conn.
  • The East Hampton High School girls swimming team bid farewell to its home pool at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter last Thursday by swamping Harborfields, usually a formidable foe, 104-66, though the reported score, because of customary largess, was somewhat closer.
  • Monday was an eventful day insofar as East Hampton High’s girls volleyball and boys soccer teams went.
  • The East Hampton High School girls tennis team, which wound up as the runner-up to undefeated Westhampton Beach in league play, won a first-round county team tournament match Friday, defeating William Floyd 6-1 here, the sole loss coming at first doubles.
  • Now that Brett Kavanaugh no longer has to defend himself against Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation of sexual assault, he can get on with screwing us.

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