Skip to main content

Sports

It’s Homecoming Weekend in Bonac

Homecoming weekend here begins Friday with East Hampton High’s field hockey team facing off against Sayville on the high school’s turf field at 4:30 p.m. Saturday's games and festivities include Hall of Fame inductions, soccer and volleyball matches, cross country meets, a fall festival in the afternoon, and a football game under the lights.

Sep 13, 2022
'Next-Level Magic' for Doula-Equestrian

Last Thursday was a thrilling day for Laura Hayward of Sagaponack, a hypo-birthing doula and practitioner of reiki. She helped deliver a baby, then she competed in the Hampton Classic for the first time. Here's how it all went down.

Sep 8, 2022
U.S. Open Pros Are Eating Light

While the media’s dining room was loaded with high-caloric foods like doughnuts and fried chicken wings, it was a different story for the players, who were offered prepared proteins, carbohydrates, fruits, nuts, protein shakes, and sushi.

Sep 8, 2022
Bonac Footballers Are ‘Movin’ on Up’

Led by Charlie Corwin, its junior quarterback, Finn Byrnes, a senior running back, Will Darrell, a senior tight end, Danny Lester, a senior wide receiver, and Richie Maio, a senior offensive and defensive lineman, the team looked quite good in a scrimmage with Oyster Bay. They are among 24 varsity players on East Hampton's football team this year.

Sep 8, 2022
Girls XC Runners Ruled in Bonac 5K

Diane O’Donnell, who coaches East Hampton High School’s girls cross-country team, had all of her charges running in the Great Bonac 5K in Springs on Labor Day, and they did well, as did a Bonac alumnus, Erik Engstrom, in the 10K.

Sep 8, 2022
On the Water: My Favorite Time

“Plenty of action around,” Sebastian Gorgone of Mrs. Sam's Bait and Tackle in East Hampton said of the local fishing scene. “You name it, you can probably catch it.”

Sep 8, 2022
Rare Feat at the Hampton Classic Horse Show

Karl Cook, a 31-year-old Southern Californian who had not competed at the Hampton Classic before, not only won Friday’s $74,000 Grand Prix Qualifier, which entitled him and his 12-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare to go last in Sunday’s $410,000 Grand Prix, but won that class too, a very rare feat.

Sep 8, 2022
Tuxpan, Sag Harbor United Are 7-on-7 Finalists

Though the East Hampton Soccer Club couldn’t muster a complement of six field players because of several absences, the five who contested a 7-on-7 league semifinal with Sag Harbor United, the playoffs’ top seed, at East Hampton’s Herrick Park on Aug. 30 acquitted themselves very well in a 4-1 loss. In the night’s other semifinal, a hotly contested struggle between F.C. Tuxpan and Liga De Gulag, Tuxpan prevailed 4-3.

Sep 6, 2022
McEnroe, Other Tennis Greats in Amagansett

Dream became reality on Saturday in Amagansett for those willing to pay between $10,000 and $20,000 to play with John McEnroe, Mats Wilander, Mary Joe Fernandez, the Bryan twins, Gigi Fernandez, and Patrick McEnroe.

Sep 1, 2022
On the Water: Game, Set, Fish

Lucky enough to once again secure media credentials to cover the U.S. Open tennis tournament, I needed to do a bit of fishing myself to see who is really hooked on fishing.

Sep 1, 2022
Montauk Rugby Numbers Are Up, Says Bunce

There are about a dozen locals, the most in recent memory, playing for Kevin Bunce Sr. and Mike Jablonski in regional 7s tournaments now.

Sep 1, 2022
Redone Montauk Skatepark Is ‘World Class’

The crowd of children and adults early on Friday afternoon, hours before its official reopening, were a clear indication that the renovated Lars Simenson Skatepark in Montauk is a hit. "What happened was a very organic process of people just building enthusiasm, community coming together . . . until we ended up with something that is world class," said a member of the Montauk Skatepark Coalition.

Sep 1, 2022