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Eight Bonac Tennis Players Named All-County

Four singles and four doubles players on East Hampton High School’s boys tennis team, which recently finished the regular season at 15-1 in league play, achieved all-county status last weekend in the Division IV tournament at William Floyd High School.

May 19, 2022
Pickleball Regs Are Adopted in Sagaponack

When the Sagaponack Village Board offered an amendment to a local law on April 13 that stated that construction of new pickleball courts would be subject to various setback regulations, based on a noise-attenuation study the board had carried out, the people of the village sounded off.

May 19, 2022
On the Water: Pain in the Pump

Dense, foggy conditions over the weekend caused some anxiety for boaters and fishermen alike. The fishing was good in many locales, however, as the waters continue to warm up.

May 19, 2022
On the Wing: The Catbird’s Fine Company

Catbirds are neither rare nor shy. Work in your garden and you may soon have a catbird working alongside you. They're charming, excellent company, and release a seemingly infinite number of sounds when they open their black bills.

May 19, 2022
OMAC Winners: Fast, Smart, and Dedicated

Three East Hampton High School senior student-athletes received $1,000 scholarships and two adults were honored by the Old Montauk Athletic Club at the Clubhouse in Wainscott last Thursday.

May 19, 2022
This Basketball League Is All Heart

Monday's basketball game between East Hampton High School and Patchogue-Medford — the first home contest for Bonac's unified basketball program — had all the thrill of a varsity playoff game and all the heart a community could muster, showcasing the meaningful moments that can happen when players with developmental disabilities are given the same opportunity to do what many of their non-disabled peers do.

May 19, 2022
Baseball Playoffs Are Underway

Pierson High School's baseball team, playing before a large and appreciative hometown crowd at Sag Harbor's Mashashimuet Park Friday, swatted Bridgehampton's Killer Bees 13-2 to finish the regular season at 13-5. The Bees gave the Whalers a better go in the first two games of the series, losing by scores of 4-2 and 5-3, but finished Friday at 6-12. 

May 16, 2022
Girls Track Team Heads Into Postseason

Postseason competition looms for East Hampton's girls track team, which finishes its regular season at Westhampton Beach Monday. East Hampton headed into the meet at 3-2, Westhampton at 4-1, a record that included a win over Hauppauge, which defeated East Hampton 83-66 here on Wednesday.

May 16, 2022
On the Water: Winds Blast Fishing Plans

The northeasterly blow starting Friday was unfortunate, as the action on porgies, fluke, striped bass, weakfish, and even squid was on the upswing in many locations.

May 12, 2022
Riveting Struggles With Tough Foes

Last Thursday was a very good one sportswise at East Hampton High School, a day in which Bonac’s boys tennis team and its baseball team grappled with league champions — Ward Melville in tennis’s case and Sayville in baseball’s.

May 12, 2022
Many Personal Records at East Islip Invitational

East Hampton High’s girls tracksters faced off against powerful East Islip last week, while the 2-10 girls lacrosse team was unable to overcome slow starts and lost to John Glenn and Port Jefferson.

May 12, 2022
Montauk Golfer to Face the World’s Best

Paul Dickinson, a top teaching golf professional at the Atlantic and Montauk Downs clubs here, realized a dream recently, qualifying, at the age of 45, for the P.G.A. Championship, which is to be played in Tulsa, Okla., next week.

May 12, 2022