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On the Water: A New Apprentice

My good friend Robert Cugini, who hails from Seattle, has served as a valued deckhand for many years when bay scallop season opens in early November. But lobsters are a different ballgame.

Jul 11, 2024
25 Years Ago in Bonac Sports for July 11, 2024

John Kernell’s golfing efforts at Montauk Downs were immortalized in a Jack Graves column in 1999, plus a celebration of the late John Villaplana, Eastern Long Island Soccer League all-star.

Jul 11, 2024
Rell Sunn Surf Contest Is Sunday

The 26th annual Rell Sunn Surf Contest benefit will happen Sunday at Ditch Plain Beach in Montauk, this time with sponsorship by Concerned Citizens of Montauk. 

Jul 11, 2024
The 9-10 Girls Are District 36 Softball Champs

East Hampton fire trucks and police cars greeted the Little League 10-and-under all-star softball team at around 9:30 p.m. on July 3 as the joyful players returned here after defeating their Riverhead peers 5-3 in the District 36 championship game played at Stotzky Memorial Park.

Jul 11, 2024
Wood’s Debut With Nats Was Singular

James Wood, son of the Bonac basketball legend Kenny Wood, has been billed as “the next face of the Washington Nationals’ franchise.” He lived up that billing in his debut last week.

Jul 11, 2024
Bonackers Key in 6-0 Whalers’ Win

With three East Hamptoners in the lineup, the Sag Harbor Whalers sailed to a 6-0 win over the South Shore Clippers in a Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League game at Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park Sunday afternoon. The Whalers were in third place as of that day.

Jul 11, 2024
Met PGA Pro Junior Held at South Fork

Tim Garvin and the South Fork Country Club in Amagansett played host last Thursday to 66 young golfers and 22 pros from all over the Island in the Met PGA Long Island Pro Junior championship, a best-ball competition contested by foursomes.

Jul 3, 2024
On the Water: Fish Aplenty, Egos Too

I know that the East End is a well-known hot spot. I realize that nothing stays the same, but I miss the more simple days when courtesy, respect, and kindness ruled the road and water. Is it too much to ask for today?

Jul 3, 2024
Colin Ruddy on His Growth as a Pitcher

Colin Ruddy, coming off his sophomore year pitching for Monmouth University in New Jersey, reflects on the solid foundation he got pitching for Bonac, and what’s next for him on the mound.

Jul 3, 2024
A New Herrick Home for Mabery Courts

The late Roy Lee Mabery, a gifted athlete of high character who drowned 52 years ago at Little Albert’s Beach in Amagansett, was remembered reverently at East Hampton Village’s Herrick Park Saturday morning as two new village-built basketball courts were dedicated to him. 

Jul 3, 2024
Herrick Park Courts to Be Rededicated

Family members and friends of Roy Lee Mabery will be on hand Saturday to rededicate the newly renovated and relocated basketball courts at East Hampton’s Herrick Park in his memory.

Jun 27, 2024
Yoga Shanti: Ready for the Next 25 Years

Yoga Shanti in Sag Harbor celebrated its 25th anniversary last week with a block party of sorts behind the Bridge Street studio.

Jun 27, 2024