Officials from Section XI, Suffolk County’s governing body of athletics, upheld an East Hampton protest and ordered the teams to finish out the match at second doubles.
With 24 teams doing battle in this oddly restructured League VII softball season, the Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers, at least, have two young pitchers they can rely on.
Colman Vila has once again etched his name in a baseball record book, this time at the collegiate level.
Going to the gym used to be a solitary experience for Eric Cohen of Sag Harbor: run, lift, leave, repeat.
In team tennis, every point counts. Winning three out of four singles matches won’t mean much for a team that gets swept on the three doubles courts.
The change in tide was felt on Monday in the form of a dominant 12-1 victory for the Whalers, who played small ball through frigid temperatures and rode the left arm of senior Tyler LaBorne through five steady innings.
Sag Harbor Tennis will open in May with Rob Kresberg at the helm and Brandon Blankenbaker as his head teaching professional.
The East Hampton YMCA Hurricanes swim team, which includes athletes from Hampton Bays and Southampton to Sag Harbor and East Hampton, finished third overall in the New York State Championship meet in Buffalo.
Bronco and Sadie Campsey are among the ranks of All-State wrestlers after they finished in the top six at both the NYWAY State Championships in Brockport and the New York-USA Wrestling Youth Championships in Johnson City.
Spring sports have snuck up on student athletes at Pierson High School this season, especially considering the foot of snow that blanketed local diamonds and closed school earlier this week.
The Bridgehampton boys basketball team, which has made its name in the state basketball tournament, exited the postseason with a 61-44 loss to Newfield Central from the Section IV.
A big second half from junior J.P. Harding helped lead the Bees out of an early 11-point hole on Monday to knock off Livingston Manor, 50-48, to advance in the state tournament.
Bryant O’Donnell, it seemed at the time, was ready to take a huge leap to boost his promising lacrosse career.
Lilee Fell, Liz Joyce and Sara Nightingale represented Sag Harbor in the classic yacht division at Grenada Sailing Week.
The East Hampton/Pierson boys swim team finished eighth out of 29 teams at the Suffolk County Championships on Saturday.