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On the Water: Back on Dry Land

Striped bass have shown up en masse in local waters, and many casters are very pleased with their early, bountiful showing. “It’s wonderful to see,” said Ken Morse at Tight Lines Tackle in Sag Harbor.

Apr 27, 2023
A Field of 500 at Katy’s Courage 5K

Sergey Avramenko, a native of Belarus and a frequent winner of road races here, won the Katy’s Courage 5K in Sag Harbor Saturday. The new season will continue with the May Day 5K at East Hampton Village’s Main Beach on May 7.

Apr 27, 2023
Softballers Win, Girls Track Too

Annemarie Brown started five ninth graders in East Hampton's softball win over Hampton Bays Saturday, while the girls track team blew out Eastport-South Manor to improve to 2-1-1. And more in Bonac sports.

Apr 27, 2023
Katy’s Courage Race and Little League Fields Dedication Saturday

The Katy’s Courage 5K, the first road race of the season, is to be held Saturday morning in Sag Harbor. Then, at 2 p.m. that day, the two newly built turf Little League fields off Stephen Hand’s Path in East Hampton are to be dedicated.

Apr 20, 2023
A Ten-Goal Lead Almost Vanished

Fueled by Jack Cooper and Tinley Edwards’s face-off wins, the South Fork Islanders boys lacrosse team took a seemingly insurmountable 16-6 lead into the fourth quarter on Saturday, but the next 12 minutes were to be agonizing if you were a South Fork fan.

Apr 20, 2023
On the Water: Scratching Out a Catch

The warming rays of the sun have begun to perk up the local fishing scene, with holdover striped bass making the biggest noise in recent days.

Apr 20, 2023
Another 7th Inning Thriller for Bonac Baseball

Friday’s exciting 4-3 win was the third in a row in East Hampton’s league-opening series, and improved the team’s overall record to 6-3.

Apr 20, 2023
Coco Lohmiller Is Honing Her Game

Coco Lohmiller, an eighth grader who lit it up for the Pierson High School girls varsity basketball team in the winter, could have played girls lacrosse or softball this spring, but chose instead to stick to her first love, basketball, as a member of a Huntington-based Empire Amateur Athletic Union team.

Apr 13, 2023
On the Water: The Lobster Traps Are In

Flounder is scarce, striped bass are not yet here in sizable numbers, so our columnist set about repairing his lobster traps.

Apr 13, 2023
Pleasing Win on a Pleasant Day

The weather was, for the first time in a while, pleasant on Monday, as was East Hampton High’s 7-1 baseball win here over the Westhampton Beach Hurricanes that day.

Apr 13, 2023
Quartet Is First to Qualify for a Y National Final

The RECenter Hurricanes’ 200-meter medley relay team broke two team records last week in qualifying for the national final in that event in Greensboro, N.C., while the Bonac girls track team was defeated here by Westhampton Beach, a perennial power.

Apr 13, 2023
Though 2-2, Boys Tennis Team Is on the Move

As of earlier this week, East Hampton High’s boys tennis team, arguably one of the top three in Suffolk County, was 2-2. But with two 7-0 wins against league opponents, things were looking up.

Apr 6, 2023