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A Yoga Therapist Working to Heal Veterans

Judy Weaver works with veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, and would like to do similar work here next summer, under the aegis of the Connected Warriors and Bodymind Recalibration programs she founded.

Nov 9, 2023
Young Bonac Swimmers 10th at County Meet

East Hampton High’s 12 entrants did themselves proud at Saturday’s Suffolk County girls swimming meet, placing 10th among the 24 teams that vied at Stony Brook University. Plus news of Pierson field hockey and boys soccer.

Nov 9, 2023
25 Years Ago in Bonac Sports for November 9, 2023

An East Hampton High scoreboard is dedicated to Brandon Hayes, and a standout Southampton wrestler looks back.

Nov 9, 2023
On the Water: Sad News for Scallops, Again

Last November I landed one bushel of scallops on opening day in and around Shelter Island Sound. The next day, however, I struggled to land barely a quarter bushel. East Hampton Town waters will open to scalloping in two weeks.

Nov 9, 2023
Middle Schoolers Were Fleet of Foot

Among the middle school teams here that did well this fall were East Hampton’s seventh-and-eighth-grade football team, which began its 5-1 season with 44 players and ended the season with 44 players, and the Springs School’s boys cross-country team, which went undefeated for the second year in a row.

Nov 2, 2023
On the Water: Smart Fishing

Blackfishing has been tough of late, “but bass, blues, and false albacore are still running well in Plum Gut,” Ken Morse of Tight Lines Tackle said, and anglers have experienced blitz-like fishing for striped bass around the Montauk Lighthouse.

Nov 2, 2023
In Adult Leagues, Men Have Been Contending

While 10 East Hampton High School teams were playing this fall, men’s teams in slow-pitch softball and in 7-on-7 soccer, whose season at East Hampton Village’s Herrick Park is nearing an end, were active as well.

Nov 2, 2023
Stirring Bonac Comeback Ends in Penalty Kick Loss

When Monday’s county Class AA high school boys soccer semifinal was over, and when it had sunk in that Huntington, the tournament’s third seed, had defeated second-seeded East Hampton 3-1 in a penalty kick shootout that followed almost two hours of riveting play, not only did Bonac’s players tear up, but so did their coach, Don McGovern.

Oct 31, 2023
Boys Soccer Wins a Tough First-Round Playoff Game

The seventh-seeded West Islip Lions came in loaded for bear here Thursday afternoon, hoping that, somehow, they could upset the county Class AA tournament’s second seed, East Hampton. But, despite the fact that the visitors contested every ball, and pretty much matched the Bonackers when it came to corner kicks and free kicks, East Hampton emerged the winner, by 1-0, and will play third-seeded Huntington here Monday.

Oct 27, 2023
Bonac Boys Are 2nd Seed in AA Soccer Playoffs

East Hampton High’s boys soccer team, the League VI champion, is to play seventh-seeded West Islip here in a first-round match today at 2 p.m., plus more sporting news, from field hockey to cross-country.

Oct 26, 2023
Bonacker Fans Boost Grandstand Plan

With interest in baseball here surging “through the roof,” in Tim Garneau’s words, he and other active community members are pushing to have a four-row, three-section, 132-seat grandstand built on leveled ground behind home plate at East Hampton High School’s varsity field in time for the spring season.

Oct 26, 2023
A Very Dramatic Homecoming Game

East Hampton High’s homecoming football win over Eastport-South Manor Saturday afternoon was rendered all the more dramatic owing to the fact that the team’s head coach, Joe McKee, was struck by a truck that morning as he was walking across Newtown Lane.

Oct 26, 2023