The Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team went shorthanded into its Long Island Class C Championship against East Rockaway on Monday afternoon at Newfield High School in Selden, and while it gave the Nassau County champs a hard fought game, missing a pair of starters proved to be too difficult to overcome in the 54-43 loss.
Southampton Ice Rink Director Bryan Wish Looking To Create South Fork Ice Hockey Teams
Pierson/Bridgehampton Girls Basketball Falls To Westhampton Beach In Small Schools Championship
Gylia Dryden has picked the perfect time to peak. The Bridgehampton junior had a career game on Tuesday evening, scoring a game-high 18 points in leading the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team to a 47-32 drubbing of Port Jefferson.
Beating a team three times in one season is supposed to be a challenge, according to the old adage, and it proved true on...
The season came to a close for the East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton boys swim team at the Section XI Swimming Championships at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood on Saturday.
The East Hampton football program got a shot in the arm a few weeks ago when Pierson Athletic Director Eric Bramoff made the decision to send his handful of players to East Hampton instead of Southampton for the 2020 football season.
The Pierson boys basketball team clinched the League VIII title on Monday night with a 67-41 win at home over Greenport.
Chastin Giles scored her 1,000th career point on a baseline drive with 15.5 seconds remaining in the third quarter.
“The Hive,” as it became known, or “The Matchbox” because of its extremely tight quarters, measures 37 feet sideline to sideline, and 55 feet baseline to baseline, which is 13 and 19 feet smaller, respectively, than a regulation-sized high school basketball court.
A wave of energy shot through the warm, humid air at the YMCA East Hampton RECenter last Thursday, January 23, as members of the East Hampton boys swim team entered the pool area to close out their second straight undefeated League II season.
A proud Pierson High School community showed off more than just its winning boys and girls basketball programs at its ninth annual Spirit Night on Friday.
Port Jefferson cemented itself as the top team in League VII this season with a 53-38 win over the host Lady Whalers on Tuesday, riding a 20-6 second quarter to blow the game wide open.
The Sag Harbor Booster Foundation will host its ninth annual Spirit Night at Pierson High School on Friday, January 24, with the girls and boys varsity basketball teams playing back-to-back home games.
Winning state titles wasn’t Charles Manning’s ultimate goal. He made it clear to anyone who would listen that he wanted to play beyond high school, for a big-time college program, and one day in the NBA.