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Brooks Joins Elite Club With 1,000 Career Points at Pierson

It’s been a long journey to a thousand points for Pierson senior Henry Brooks, who reached the career milestone in front of an adoring home crowd at Pierson High School on Monday night.

Brooks Needs Six Points Monday To Reach 1,000 for His Career

Pierson senior Henry Brooks scored 36 points in a 101-28 drubbing of Bridgehampton on January 7, leaving him just six points shy of 1,000 for his career heading into a home game on Monday, January 13, against Smithtown Christian at 6:15 p.m.

McErlean, Greene Leading East Hampton Indoor Track Teams

Ben McErlean’s first foray into indoor track is going pretty well for the Pierson junior.

Leggard Scores an Internship of Olympic Proportions

There are summer jobs and then there are summer adventures. Allura Leggard, a 2017 Pierson School graduate and a junior at Ithaca College, where she is majoring in journalism, will embark on the latter this summer when she heads to Japan to help cover the Summer Olympics as an intern with NBC.

Whalers Take Down Southold, Their Coach’s Alma Mater

Pierson’s do-it-all senior guard Henry Brooks lit up Southold Friday night by scoring 29 points in a 60-43 victory over the visiting Settlers.

Tough Non-League Schedule Has Been Preparing Pierson Boys Basketball For Friday Night’s Game Against...

The Pierson basketball team will head into this Friday night's big League VIII game at home against rival Southold having lost its previous four contests.

Southampton Soccer Club’s Andreas Lindberg Is Honored At Inaugural Spirit Of Youth Sports Awards

When Andreas Lindberg accepted the offer to coach the Seton Hall University men’s soccer team in December 2017, it would have been fair to assume that his involvement with the Southampton Soccer Club — the community-based youth soccer program started by club president Tim Rumph in 1997 — would be significantly diminished, if not eliminated entirely.

Pierson’s Girls Volleyball, Southampton’s Boys Soccer Top Lists Of Fall Award Honorees

the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls volleyball team qualified for the New York State Championships by upsetting Mattituck in the Suffolk County Class C Championships and then dispatched Oyster Bay in the Long Island Championships.

Whalers Basketball Comes Out On Top In Pair Of Victories

the Whalers’ boys basketball team dismantled visiting Babylon, 68-33, in a surprisingly lopsided result over a traditionally strong Class B opponent.

Bridgehampton Inducts Five New Members Into Its Hall Of Fame

On Friday night, Bridgehampton added to its collection by inducting five new members to its Hall of Fame.

Southampton Is Discussing Its Options Regarding Its Football Team

Southampton Is Discussing Its Options Regarding Its Football Team

East Hampton Boys Swim Team Is Set To Build Off Of Last Season’s Success

The East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton boys swimming team is primed for another banner season.

Up And Down Start For Lady Whalers Hoops

Stifling defense and slashing guard play from Grace Perello, Brook Esposito, Sofia Mancino and, of course, senior Chastin Giles led the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team to a 35-0 start and a 66-15 win over Center Moriches at home on Friday, making it the first varsity win for head coach John “Woody” Kneeland.

Pierson Blows Out Ross for Fujita’s First Varsity Victory

Squeezed between a pair of tough non-league losses this past week was Will Fujita’s first varsity victory as head coach of the Pierson boys basketball team.

Bridgehampton Boys Basketball Set To Compete In What Will Be A Transition Season

After being a powerhouse in the county for years, Bridgehampton, which won both a county title and the school’s first ever Long Island Championship before suffering a loss to Marathon in the Regional Final in Binghamton last season, falling a win short of reaching the state Final Four, is set to be in a transition season this winter.

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