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Guards, I-Tri Girls Take to the Water

A run-swim-run event to benefit the Hampton Lifeguard Association’s junior and senior entries in August’s national lifeguard tournament in Hermosa Beach, Calif., is to be held tomorrow at Amagansett’s Atlantic Avenue Beach, and, on Saturday, the first I-Tri youth triathlon in three years is to be contested at Long Beach in Noyac.

Jul 14, 2022
North Shore Beats East Hampton in Little League Finals

The North Shore Nationals became the Little League District 36 champions Sunday as they defeated East Hampton’s 9-and-10-year-old boys team 6-3 in Rocky Point.

Jul 14, 2022
On the Water: Fishing Legend Is Crowned

At the culmination of the popular Montauk Mercury Grand Slam Fishing Tournament, Capt. Skip Rudolph, a third-generation fisherman who has made his living on the water for decades, will be celebrated as the Montauk Fishing Legend of the Year.

Jul 14, 2022
Paddle Diva Is in a New, and Perfect, Place

The paddleboard and kayak rental and lesson business has a new home at the Three Mile Marina. "I feel so lucky. This is the perfect place," said Gina Bradley.

Jul 7, 2022
Winter Looking for Her Second Flag Football Gold

Crystal Winter, a former Montauker and 2002 graduate of East Hampton High School, is to play this week for the powerful United States national women’s flag football team in the World Games.

Jul 7, 2022
On the Water: Farewell to Serena

Serena Vegessi Schick, who died last fall, touched many in Montauk who work on the water, having spent years in her youth and early adulthood, as well as the final few months of her life, working the deck of the Bones netting or filleting fish, untying tangles, or just patiently helping youngsters catch the first fish of their lives.

Jul 7, 2022
Five Banned From 7-on-7 for Fighting

It may be five minutes for fighting in the N.H.L., but not so in East Hampton’s 7-on-7 men’s soccer league, whose overseer, Leslie Czeladko, recently expelled five players from league play.

Jul 7, 2022
East Hampton's 11-12s Have Shot at Little League District Championship

Facing Southampton in a must-win game at the Pantigo fields here Sunday, East Hampton's 11-12-year-old Little League all-stars edged the young Mariners 1-0 to remain in contention for the District 36 championship.

Jul 5, 2022
Jumping for Fitness

Throughout July, Colette Dong and Aly Giampolo have set up shop — a rather bouncy shop — at the Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton. The two friends met while performing in a dance company and formed the idea for the Ness, a type of trampoline workout that they describe as “an aerobic form of cross-training.”

Jun 30, 2022
On the Water: Bunker in Short Supply

So far this year, Mother Nature has served up a curveball, as bunker showed up on schedule but dispersed rather quickly to parts unknown.

Jun 30, 2022
Waterman Grosvenor Swimming Once More

Nine months ago, Jeremy Grosvenor of Sagaponack suffered a dislocated hip while surfing at Camp Hero’s Radars break. He had experienced mishaps while surfing before, but nothing like this.

Jun 30, 2022
On the Wing: The Lonesome Whip-Poor-Will

The scientific name of the whip-poor-will, Antrostomus vociferus, is spot-on. According to “Birds of America,” edited by T. Gilbert Pearson, “the first word . . . means ‘cave mouth’ and the second . . . ‘strong voice.’ ”

Jun 30, 2022