Lauren Gurney, 17, a junior at Shelter Island High School, decided earlier this spring that she would travel to play the game she loves.
Joe Boyle won the 1964 Suffolk County cross country championship as a senior at Pierson High School. Flash forward 55 years and another young basketball player turned runner is working toward a bright future of his own at Pierson.
Jonny DeGroot, Ravi MacGurn and Pierson freshman Luke Louchheim earned All County in the singles tournament, while Jaedon Glasstein and Pierson senior Alex Weseley earned All County for doubles.
The boys and girls track teams will host the East End Classic Invitational this Friday and Saturday at East Hampton High School.
Muddy puddles surrounded the dugouts at Mashashimuet Park on but the sun shined down for the first time in days.
The Bonackers performed as expected, for the most part, in the Division IV Tournament at Shoreham/Wading River High School over the weekend, though rain delays tossed the schedule into disarray.
The East Hampton boys tennis team closed out a perfect 10-0 league season with a 7-0 win over visiting Southold on Tuesday.
The 16s team of the Long Island Blaze Volleyball Club competed over the weekend of April 13 and 14 in the Rhode Island Rumble at the Providence Rhode Island Convention Center.
Spectators relished in the spring weather at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor on Tuesday as the sun shined down on the Pierson/Bridgehampton baseball team
One of the most spectacular youth movements in recent memory is blossoming at Pierson High School, with talent stacked from seventh grade on up to the junior class.
The Sag Harbor Whalers are the flagship organization of the HCBL, founded in 2008 as a member of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League.
The community showed up once again for Katy’s Courage, despite a literal deluge on the appropriately-named Water Street in Sag Harbor.
With just three regular-season matches remaining, the head coach of the Bonac boys tennis team is fine tuning his lineup as championship season approaches.
The ninth annual Katy’s Courage 5K will take place Saturday, April 13, with the start at its traditional location on Long Island Avenue.
Led by players from the junior class and with an athletic batch of talent following from behind, the Lady Whalers are looking to find their way past some of the top Class B teams in Suffolk County.