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Pierson Field Hockey Season Ends in Familiar Fashion

“Never give up on yourself. Work together, stay together, believe in yourself and never give up,” Joyce Arbia said as tears welled in her eyes following a 1-0 loss to Carle Place in in the Long Island Class C Championship game at Centereach High School on Saturday.

Pierson Shocks Mattituck To Win County Volleyball Title

With their season on the line, locked in a tight and decisive fifth set against Mattituck in the Lady Tuckers’ own backyard, Pierson and its dynamic senior duo of Sam Cox and Olivia Cassone responded with a win for the ages.  

Weighing The Future Of East End Football, Part III: How Westhampton Beach Has Been...

In the third and final part of the The Express News Group’s series examining the state of football on the East End, we dive into what Westhampton Beach and the surrounding communities have done and continue to do to build a juggernaut of a program that seems to have sideswiped the current issues that plague programs not far east of it.

Pierson’s Henry Brooks, ‘Canes Cole Federico and Mackenzie Kim Qualify For Boys Golf States

Pierson's Henry Brooks, 'Canes Cole Federico and Mackenzie Kim Qualify For Boys Golf States

East Hampton Girls Swimming Places Second At League III Championships

The East Hampton girls swim team put in another great performance at the League III Championships at Hauppauge High School on October 29.

Penelope Greene Continues Strong Season At Divisions

Pierson’s Penelope Greene continued her strong season at the Division Championships at Sunken Meadow Park in Kings Park on October 29.

Southampton Football Forced To Forfeit Its Final Game Of The Season Due To Low...

Southampton had no choice but to forfeit its final game of the regular season to Port Jefferson due to not having enough varsity players.

Freshman’s Goal Leads Pierson to Fifth Straight Championship

Pierson freshman Emma Racelles scored the lone goal of the game Saturday at Patchogue-Medford High School and the Lady Whalers knocked off Babylon, 1-0 to win the Suffolk County Class C Championship.

Lady Whalers Advance To Fight Another Day

The win advanced Pierson to the county championship game against Mattituck on Wednesday, November 6, at 6 p.m. at Greenport High School.

East Hampton Girls Tennis Falls In County Team Tournament But Future Is Bright For...

The Lady Bonackers reached the Round of 16 in the Section XI, or Suffolk County, Team Tournament last week.

Weighing The Future Of East End Football, Part II: Youth Programs And The Trends...

In this second article in The Express News Group’s series examining the state of football on the East End, we take a look at the dynamics of youth programs in the area: what trends are happening in terms of participation, what local coaches and community leaders are trying to do to bolster those numbers and maintain interest in the sport, and what specific challenges arise for youth programs on the East End.

Lady Bonackers Fall In First Round At Girls Tennis County Tournament; Team Tournament Starts...

Lady Bonackers Fall In First Round At Girls Tennis County Tournament

Pierson Duo Falls One Stroke Short at Sebonack

In possibly one of the closest finishes to the annual golf tournament featuring Southampton Town’s four varsity high school teams, with just one shot separating Westhampton Beach (6-over par), Pierson (7-over par) and Southampton (8-over par) going into the final hole, Kim dropped in a 4-foot putt to bogey 18 to match Pierson’s score and, at the very least, force a playoff. But Federico came up big once again, sinking his putt to finish even par on the hole and give him and Kim the one-shot edge.

East Hampton Girls Swim Team Enjoys Senior Night Victory Over Harborfields

The East Hampton girls swim team honored its seniors and enjoyed a quality win over a tough opponent on Thursday, October 17, beating Harborfields, 93-77, in its final home meet of the season at the East Hampton YMCA.

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Express Sessions: Pondering the Future of Sag Harbor’s Public Spaces

There were no firm answers but plenty of questions on these and other topics when nearly 70 people gathered at The American Hotel for an “Express Session” luncheon discussion on Friday, November 15, on “The Future of Public Space in Sag Harbor Village.” It was the latest in a series of sold-out public discussions sponsored by The Sag Harbor Express and the last one for 2019.