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On the Water: This, Too, Shall Pass

I was all ready to shuck clams at the HarborFest contest in Sag Harbor on Saturday, but . . .

Sep 16, 2021
Joy in Bonac as Footballers Win

East Hampton High's varsity football team dominated Hampton Bays 42-14 in the season opener Saturday.

Sep 16, 2021
After the Classic, Balou’s Boy Got Three Days Off

Dana Trotter's performance at the Hampton Classic was a rarity for a local rider in a show that attracts top-flight competitors.

Sep 16, 2021
Soccer and Hockey Teams Impress

The boys soccer team knocked off the 2019 state champion, Jericho, 2-0 in a nonleaguer, while the field hockey team looked to avenge last season's bitter playoff loss at Rocky Point.

Sep 16, 2021
307 Finishers in Mighty Hamptons Triathlon   

The race over an Olympic-distance course, with a .93-mile bay swim, a 24.8-mile bike leg, and a 6.2-mile run, was won by Roman Fedosieiev of Staten Island.

Sep 16, 2021
On the Water: A Falsie Start

To the delight of many light-tackle enthusiasts, false albacore, also known as albies, have arrived in East End waters in recent days. 

Sep 9, 2021
Grand Prix Titlist ‘Took Every Risk’

Daniel Bluman, an Israeli professional equestrian, won the $300,000 Longines Hampton Classic Grand Prix show-jumping class Sunday by going all-out in a seven-obstacle jump-off.

Sep 9, 2021
After Injury: It’s All in How You Look at It

Sidelined following an accident, Mike Mata found that he "would be able to use my life experience to help young injured action-sport athletes whose outlook was unsure."

Sep 9, 2021
A Drive to Revive Youth Lacrosse

A drive to revive the youth lacrosse program here could result in a return of a full varsity schedule at East Hampton High School in coming years.

Sep 9, 2021
On the Water: Pelican Tragedy Still Resonates

The horrific tragedy that befell the open boat named the Pelican II, which took place 70 years ago this weekend, still resonates with many here who have firm roots in Montauk and beyond. 

Sep 2, 2021
Trouble Afoot as the Hampton Classic Begins

The Hampton Classic dodged the bullet when it came to Tropical Storm Henri, though the footing in the Grand Prix arena, where the turf was replaced following the 2018 Classic at a cost of $1 million, proved to be a problem for entrants in the first big jumping class.

Sep 2, 2021
Bonac’s Fall Prospects Looking Mostly Good

Practice for East Hampton High's 11 fall teams began 10 days ago, and the prospects for most of them are, if the past is prologue, good.

Sep 2, 2021