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Major League Lacrosse Merger Affects Local Athletes

Major League Lacrosse Merger Affects Local Athletes

Montauk Teen Chase Lieder Wins Interscholastic Surf Competition In North Carolina

Montauk Teen Chase Lieder Wins Interscholastic Surf Competition In North Carolina

Track Coaches And Their Athletes Are Just Happy To Have A Winter Season, Even...

The winter track and field season is going to look very different, but area coaches and their student-athletes are thrilled to just have the opportunity to return to some sort of normalcy.

High Risk Winter High School Sports ‘Indefinitely Postponed’ By State

High Risk Winter High School Sports 'Indefinitely Postponed' By State

Riverhead Bowling Alley Helping East Hampton Team Become All Stars

Practice makes perfect, and the East Hampton High School bowling team is going to have that opportunity thanks to The All Star bowling alley in Riverhead.

James Wood, Son Of East Hampton Basketball Legend Kenny Wood, Makes His Mark On...

James Wood, Son Of East Hampton Basketball Legend Kenny Wood, Makes His Mark On Baseball Diamond

Young Rider Steals The Show At Wölffer Derby

Young Rider Steals The Show At Wölffer Derby

Taking It To The Streets: Southampton Man’s Daily Running Streak Dates Back To 2015

Taking It To The Streets: Southampton Man's Daily Running Streak Dates Back To 2015

World Series Winner Kyle McGowin Hosting Pitching Clinic

The current right-handed pitcher for the Washington Nationals organization will be at 365 Athletics on Station Road in Bellport on Friday, November 27, hosting a pitching clinic for children ages 7 to 14. There will be two sessions, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and noon to 1:30 p.m.

Hurricanes Swimmers Take on Huntington in First Home Meet of the Year

Hurricanes Swimmers Take on Huntington in First Home Meet of the Year

Pierson Runners Remain Optimistic In Face Of Uncertain Final Season

If Penelope Greene and Ben McErlean were feeling a little down and frustrated right now, it would be hard to blame them.

Coaches Association Gets Westhampton Beach Football Players Noticed

The Long Island football showcase was held at the PAL Complex in Holtsville on November 8. It gave high school football players from across the Suffolk County — including schools like Lindenhurst, West Islip, William Floyd and Longwood — a chance to display their skills in front of college coaches.

Souhampton Alum Wins Big In Televised MMA Fight

In his second fight on the Bellator circuit — considered just one level below the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) — Anglickas, 29, defeated Alex Polizzi by unanimous decision on November 5 at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. Anglickas is now 2-0 in Bellator fights, and is 9-1 overall in his career.

Low-Risk High School Winter Sports May Proceed As Scheduled, Jury Still Out On Other...

New York State Public High School Athletic Association Executive Director Dr. Robert Zayas released a statement on November 9, saying that “low and moderate risk” winter sports — including bowling, gymnastics, indoor track and field, skiing, and swimming and diving — are permitted to go ahead with their seasons and start practicing on November 30, while the “high-risk” sports — wrestling, basketball, and cheerleading—still await authorization.

College Athletes Reflect On Life During COVID

College Athletes Reflect On Life During COVID

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Manager Thierry Balihuta is at Home with the Sag Harbor Cinema

When the newly refurbished Sag Harbor Cinema opens its doors, presumably sometime this spring, and patrons are finally able to settle into the comfortable, brand new seats for a state-of-the-art film experience in one of its three theaters, they just might encounter a familiar face running the place — especially if they have been regular customers of the nearby UPS Store. That’s because Thierry Balihuta, 33, who joined the staff last fall as the cinema’s manager, most recently managed the Sag Harbor UPS Store where he could be relied upon to help customers ship parcels, design brochures or produce marketing materials.

A 1905 Novel for Our Place and Time

My love for local history began when I was archiving the collection at the Sag Harbor Historical Society’s Annie Cooper Boyd House on Main Street. By March 2018, when the Suffolk County Historical Society mounted the Eastville Community Historical Society’s exhibition of tintypes celebrating African Americans and Native Americans, I was compiling a bibliography of local primary resources on Native American history. I wanted to learn as much as I could about the first peoples who lived here. I kept thinking we are all living on stolen land, and I couldn’t reconcile myself to it.

Marine Geologist Pens Tale of Two Lost Ships for Young Adults

They gathered on the dock in the Port Du Cadiz in the south of Spain: three archeologists, two college students, three captains, one cook, one engineer, two scuba divers, one able-bodied seaman and Laurie Zaleski, a marine geologist, who had just signed up for the adventure of a lifetime. The 2004 months-long mission to locate a pair of 200-year-old shipwrecks using multibeam sonar was among the first of its kind. And they were sailing, quite literally, into uncharted waters.