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Young Soccer Club Wins First 7-on-7 Trophy

Two teams, Maidstone Market and the East Hampton Soccer Club, which had twice played to draws in the regular season, met for the men’s soccer 7-on-7 fall championship at East Hampton’s Herrick Park on Nov. 15, with the Soccer Club winding up a 4-1 victor.

It was the first time that the Soccer Club, the league’s youngest, had won a playoff title, said Leslie Czeladko, the league’s manager.

Nov 24, 2021
Numbers Are Good For Winter Sports

East Hampton High School’s winter sports teams, namely boys and girls basketball, boys and girls indoor track, boys swimming, bowling, and wrestling — which was scratched last season because of the coronavirus pandemic — began practicing here Monday.

Nov 24, 2021
On the Water: Fishing on Other Boats

With my boat prematurely out of the water for the season with various and costly engine issues, I have to find other vessels to fish on. Many friends have already hauled out their crafts, so I’m resigned to fishing on open boats, and that’s just fine with me. Two weeks ago, I took passage on the Peconic Star 3 out of Greenport for blackfish. It is skippered by the ever-youthful Capt. Speedy Hubert, he of the age of 84. Spry and energetic as ever, he anchored us up on a wreck off Horton’s Point in Long Island Sound. I had not fished that area in probably over 35 years. It was nice to be back.

Nov 24, 2021
A Pitcher Who Takes ‘Pride in Mental Side’

Besides the good right arm that recently won him a full athletic scholarship to play baseball at George Washington University, Colin Ruddy, a personable 17-year-old East Hampton High School senior, has a good head on his shoulders, which very well may be the most important thing when it comes to success in athletics.

Nov 24, 2021
On the Water: Season Ends for Some

Rick Pickering, the owner of Ship Ashore Marina in Sag Harbor, broke the bad news: “The turbocharger on the engine of your boat needs to be rebuilt, or we can get you a new one.”

Nov 18, 2021
Coaching Kids Through Traumatic Times

As a response to the growing concern about the lasting impact of the pandemic on children's well-being, I-Tri, the East Hampton organization whose goal is to empower middle school girls through fitness, and the Center for Healing and Justice Through Sport, a national organization, offered a free trauma-informed coaching session.

Nov 18, 2021
Paying It Forward So Others Can Play

Sienna Salamy, a freshman at East Hampton High School, has inherited a nonprofit organization called Play It Forward, which her older sister started when she was a three-sport athlete here.

Nov 18, 2021
Time to Play Closer to Home, A.D. Says

The idea that East Hampton High School’s teams ought not to have to travel so far afield to play games has been around for a while. Now Section XI finally may have come around to that way of thinking.

Nov 18, 2021
Pierson Falls Short in State Field Hockey Semifinals

A home field advantage wasn't enough to help the Pierson Whalers overcome the onslaught that was the Whitney Point Eagles in the state Class C field hockey semifinals Saturday. The Eagles advanced to the finals on Sunday.

Nov 15, 2021
Bonac Volleyballers Win Big in First Round

The East Hampton High School boys volleyball team may have lost last Thursday to Eastport-South Manor, but the Bonackers’ first-round win over East Islip here on Nov. 2 is well worth reporting.

Nov 11, 2021
On the Water: Winds Abate, Fishing Great

After a few weeks of incessant gusty winds, the weather gods who rule from the clouds high above finally provided anglers with a much-welcomed reprieve for several extended days of very fishable conditions, a rare occurrence by November marine weather standards.

Nov 11, 2021
Runners-Up at County Contests

East Hampton High’s golf and boys cross-country teams may have been runners-up last week in county competition, but each will send at least one athlete to state meets.

Nov 11, 2021