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  • Before Monday’s showdown between Shelter Island and Bridgehampton at the Beehive, the Hardings, father and son, stood side by side for photos with the son’s 1,000th-point ball, and not long afterward the Killer Bees’ high-scorer put on a show, to the delight of his father and a gym largely packed with the Bridgehampton High School boys basketball team’s fans.
  • It was the day before I, perhaps the only “company man” left in America, was to be interviewed, and I was trying to think of clever things to say.
  • Asked after Saturday’s home win over Westhampton Beach, in which the boys knocked down nine 3-pointers, if they weren’t leading the county in 3s, Dan White, the coach, said the team was probably the county’s worst rebounding team.
  • A meeting of parents in the Sag Harbor, Southampton, East Hampton, and Bridgehampton School Districts, including Ross School parents, was to have been held at Pierson High in Sag Harbor Wednesday night to discuss the future of football here.
  • It’s a rarity, or so it has been of late, that the Ross School can boast of a league champion, much less an undefeated one, but it happened recently as its middle school girls volleyball team completed a 10-0 season.
  • Both teams competed against the best of the Northeast; Ryan Fowkes ran a personal-best 4:27 mile at Ocean Breeze.
  • Sunday’s weather was pretty awful, but Saturday was a good day for skating at the Buckskill Winter Club, which, its manager, Cory Lillie, said has been doing well since opening around Thanksgiving.
  • It would be nice to go some place warm, I guess, for the winter months, but the warmer the place, it seems, the more off-putting the political climate. Maybe somebody will invent something you can spray on, to protect you from nativist spleen.

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