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In Pierson Loss, Rams Were as Advertised

West Hempstead, nine deep, athletic, and well coached, played well in transition on the way to a 75-54 win over the Pierson Whalers for the Long Island Class B title last week.

Mar 14, 2024
Brauer Sails Into the Record Books

Cole Brauer, the 29-year-old East Hampton native who has been sailing solo around the world since Oct. 29, arrived at the Global Solo Challenge race’s finish line in A Coruña, Spain, early Thursday morning, as her 40-foot boat, First Light, “would have wanted it,” becoming the first American woman to sail solo nonstop around the world’s three great capes, and the 18th woman to do it overall. 

Mar 8, 2024
Bolt Trainees Hit the Ground Running

Sixty-one youngsters in second through sixth grade turned out for the first Bonac Bolts youth track club’s practice Sunday afternoon at East Hampton High School.

Mar 7, 2024
25 Years Ago in Bonac Sports for March 7, 2024

Notes from the glory days of Bonac softball, and a look back at the spread of lacrosse to high schools here.

Mar 7, 2024
Whalers Win, Bees Lose in Title Games

The outcome of Bridgehampton’s Class D game on Feb. 29 was expected — Smithtown Christian’s senior-heavy lineup is strong, inside and out — as was Pierson High School’s 53-39 win later over Babylon in the Class B tilt.

Mar 7, 2024
On the Water: Paulie’s Tackle Closes

Hundreds of anglers were saddened to learn last week that Paulie’s Tackle Shop, operating in downtown Montauk for over 20 years, had closed its doors forever.

Mar 7, 2024
Junior Lifeguard Testing Begins

East Hampton Town’s junior lifeguard training, evaluation, and testing in advance of the summer junior lifeguard program for kids 9 to 15 is underway at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Sundays. All new and returning participants are required to attend.

Mar 7, 2024
Cole Brauer Heads for the Finish

Cole Brauer, the 29-year-old East Hampton High graduate who has been sailing solo around the world in the Global Solo Challenge race, was as of Monday speeding in advance of a low pressure system bearing strong and unfavorable winds toward the finish line at A Coruna, Spain.

Mar 4, 2024
Latitude Physical Therapy Taps Strength Within

“Teaching people to tap into that strength they have inside is our special sauce,” Sinead FitzGibbon said at her and George Wilson’s Latitude Physical Therapy studio on Sag Harbor’s Bay Street the other day.

Feb 29, 2024
Brauer Is Slammed by Atlantic Storm

As of Monday, Cole Brauer, the 29-year-old sailor who graduated from East Hampton High School in 2012, was within 2,000 miles of finishing the Global Solo Challenge singlehanded race around the world’s three great capes and heading for the Azores.

Feb 29, 2024
On the Wing: Like Reeds in the Breeze

Odds are, you’re not going to see an American bittern, despite its large size. Frankly, the American bittern doesn’t want to be seen; it chose invisibility as its superpower. Still, this is the best time of year to try; make the experience at least as much about the journey as the destination.

Feb 29, 2024
Katy’s Courage Ice Skaters Wow Crowd

Katy Stewart, the late daughter of Brigid Collins and Jim Stewart, was remembered Saturday at an all-day fund-raiser at the Buckskill Winter Club that included an evening ice show and a youth hockey game.

Feb 29, 2024