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Many ‘First Timers’ Win Events In Season Opening Meet For East Hampton Girls Track

With a team that’s more than half made up of new athletes, the East Hampton-Pierson-Bridgehampton girls track made an admirable effort during an 82-56...

South Fork Boys Lacrosse Responds After Suffering Season-Opening Loss

After suffering a 13-5 loss in Southampton in the season opener on May 4, the South Fork boys lacrosse team responded with a pair...

Sayed Selim’s Dream Is Becoming A Reality: An Outdoor Glass Squash Court Is Coming...

Not long after taking his first job in the United States in 2008, as the first squash director at SYS in North Sea, Sayed...

Baseball Team Headlines Pierson’s Varsity Sports This Spring

After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 spring athletic season across all of New York State, this spring marks the first...

Pierson Will Not Field A Varsity Softball Team This Spring

The Pierson softball program was a beacon of success as recently as 2016, winning a county title that season, and having reached Regional Finals...

East Hampton’s James Bradley Wins Suffolk County Individual Boys Golf Title

East Hampton freshman James Bradley reigned supreme at the Suffolk County Boys Golf Tournament on Monday and Tuesday, taking home the individual county title...

East Hampton’s Summer Jones Wins County Title In 50 Free; Bonac Places Ninth Overall...

Summer Jones became East Hampton’s first county champion since 2012 when she won the 50-yard freestyle at the Section XI Swimming Championships at Stony...

Pierson’s Juliana Barahona, Sandrine Becht Place Third At County Tennis Meet

The No. 4-seeded East Hampton doubles team of Pierson senior Juliana Barahona and junior Sandrine Becht were elated to top the No. 3 seed...

Late Goal Leads Carle Place To Victory Over Pierson In Long Island Class C...

Getting to the Long Island Class C Championship hasn’t typically been an issue for the Pierson field hockey team in recent years — the...

McErlean Leads Pierson Boys, Greene Leads Pierson Girls To Cross Country County Titles

When Suffolk County announced that there would be a fall sports season this school year, the Pierson boys cross country team regrouped, and from...

Pierson Girls Cross Country Repeats As ‘D’ County Champs; Greene, Amato Win Individual Titles

One team and a pair of individual runners were crowned cross country champions at the Section XI Championships at Sunken Meadow State Park on...

Pierson Boys Cross Country, Field Hockey Teams Secure County Titles

A pair of Pierson teams won their respective county championships on what was a busy Wednesday for regional varsity sports. The Pierson boys cross country...

Pandemic Hasn’t Held Down Jay Duncan’s Widely Popular Untaimd Fitness, It’s Only Helped It...

Quite often, achieving personal fitness goals is a process of re-invention. Jay Duncan knows a little something about that. The 36-year-old Sag Harbor resident has built...

Southold Tops Pierson-Bridgehampton To Win County Class C Boys Soccer Championship

It doesn’t seem to matter what the circumstances are, one thing is for certain almost every fall high school sports season: the Pierson-Bridgehampton and...

Pierson’s Penelope Greene Wins Division V Girls Cross Country Race

Pierson senior Penelope Greene admitted she was a bit nervous coming into Tuesday afternoon’s Division V race since she hadn’t run at Sunken Meadow...

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Stephanie Bitis Sentenced To 15 Months For Defrauding Employer Of More Than $300,000

U.S. District Judge Gary R. Brown said he considered Ms. Bitis’s service to the community and the support of her friends, family and current employer and the efforts that she has made so far toward restitution, but considering the “significant magnitude” of the crime plus the fact that she had engaged in similar behavior before, an “incarceratory sentence” was warranted.