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Pierson Girls Cross Country Wins Third Consecutive County Title; Ramundo, Gardiner Qualify For States

No star? No problem. After losing arguably one of the top girls cross country runners in the county in Penelope Greene to graduation, the expectation...

Pierson Field Hockey Dominates Carle Place To Win Long Island Class C Championship And...

It was clear from the opening whistle on Sunday afternoon that the Pierson field hockey team wasn’t going to take what was another opportunity...

Pierson Field Hockey Wins Seventh Straight County Title

The Pierson field hockey team defeated Greenport/Southold, 4-0, at Centereach High School on Monday evening to win its seventh straight Suffolk County Class C...

Pierson Boys, Girls Cross Country Teams Compete At Division Championships

The Pierson boys and girls cross country teams competed at the division championships at Sunken Meadow State Park in Kings Park on Thursday, October...

Pierson Boys Soccer Is One Win Away From Reaching State Tournament After Clinching Long...

The Pierson/Bridgehampton boys soccer team is one win away from reaching the New York State Championships after defeating Carle Place, 1-0, in the Long...

Becht, Molin Compete In Suffolk County Singles Tournament

Pierson senior Sandrine Becht is honored to have represented the East Hampton tennis team, even if just for a short while. On Friday, she competed...

Pierson Athletics Department Earns Rare School Of Distinction Award

The Pierson athletic program earned one of the state’s top honors and awards, the “School of Distinction” award, for the 2020-2021 athletic season. Pierson earned...

Pierson Boys Cross Country Finishes Second To Southold, Girls Pick Up A Pair Of...

A victory over Southold at Indian Island Park on October 20 for the Pierson boys cross country team would have forced a share of...

Becht Bounces Back To Finish Fifth In Division IV Singles Tournament

Like she’s done many times before, Pierson senior Sandrine Becht battled back to a successful finish. After dropping her Division IV quarterfinal match to the...

East Hampton Wins Conference IV Boys Golf Championships, Pierson Earns Wild Card Bid To...

The East Hampton boys golf team got postseason play started off right by winning the Conference IV Championships at Cherry Creek Golf Links in...

East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton Girls Swimming Wins Homecoming Meet

Homecoming week always brings added excitement to any game or match and the same goes for the East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton girls swim team, which hosted...

Fischer States She Resigned From Her Head Coaching Post, Never Took A Leave Of...

Former Pierson/Bridgehampton varsity girls volleyball head coach Donna Fischer says she resigned from her coaching position and never took a leave of absence, as...

Pierson Boys, Girls Cross Country Teams Are Holding Their Own In Competitive Dual Meets,...

Both the Pierson boys and girls cross country programs are holding their own in what have been competitive League VIII dual meets this season. With...

Pierson Golfers Are Off To Slow Start, Will Play Sebonack This Friday

The East Hampton boys golf team defeated Westhampton Beach, 6-3, at Westhampton Country Club on September 29, paving the way for the Bonackers to...

MightyMan Triathlon Returns To Fort Pond In Montauk

The MightyMan Triathlon returned to Montauk on Sunday morning, October 3, for its annual festival of races. The event is billed as one of the...

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