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Pierson Pulls Off Last-Second Win Over Bridgehampton

The way the Pierson and Bridgehampton boys were playing basketball on Friday night, the game could have easily ended in favor of either team.

Spirit Night Packs the House at Pierson

In front of a standing-room-only crowd at Pierson High School on Friday night, the varsity boys and girls basketball teams put on a show with a pair of victories in front of an adoring home crowd.

Sports Wrap: Whalers Fall at Greenport, Bees Bounce Back, Brosnan Breaks School Record

The Greenport boys basketball team continued its push toward a League VII title with an 87-51 victory over visiting Pierson on January 16.

Point of Attack: Pierson’s Chastin Giles Drives the Engine for Lady Whalers

Chastin Giles moved to the Sag Harbor School District after a promising freshman season playing point guard at Mercy High School in Riverhead. In an instant, she became a small-town girl with big-time dreams.

Pierson Girls Takes Control of League VI with Win Over Mattituck

The Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team took a giant leap forward with a 47-38 win at Mattituck on Monday that put the Lady Whalers (8-0) alone atop the League VI standings.

Bonac Swimmers Win First-Ever League Title

The East Hampton boys swim team secured its first-ever League II championship with an 89-79 victory over previously unbeaten Hauppauge in their home pool last Thursday, which they followed with a 91-77 win over Sayville/Bayport in their final home meet of the season on Monday.

Sports Wrap: Here Comes Spirit Night, Brooks Drops 41, Bridges Upset, Track Relays

The Sag Harbor Booster Foundation will host its eighth annual Spirit Night at Pierson High School on Friday, January 25.

Killer Bees Blast Past Whalers in First Home Game

Playing for the first time this season in front of a raucous home crowd, Bridgehampton senior J.P. Harding erupted for 36 points and 27 rebounds to lead Bridgehampton past rival Pierson on Tuesday.

Win Streak Hits Six for Lady Whalers Hoops Team

“We still have a lot to work on, but the chemistry is coming together,” Pierson girls basketball coach Kevin Barron said after a 55-25 win over Southampton on Monday night. “We’re just trying to get better each game."

Sports Wrap: Track Athletes Impress, Swim Team Wins — Again

Members of the East Hampton boys swim team won 10 of 11 events against North Babylon on Friday, January 4, on their way to an 83-76 victory. The Bonackers improved to 3-0 atop the League II standings, and 5-0 overall.

Pierson’s Greene Now a Runner for All Seasons

Penelope Greene is just 15 years old, a sophomore at Pierson High School, but she has already proved to be a seasoned runner with the potential for great success.

Sports Wrap: Bees and Whalers To Meet, Big Game for Kneeland, Swimmers Improve, Little...

The Pierson and Bridgehampton boys basketball teams will collide for the first of two meetings this season at Bridgehampton High School on Tuesday, January 8, at 6 p.m.

Defense Sets the Tone in Victories for Lady Whalers

Pierson senior Katie Kneeland returned to the lineup Monday night but it was defense that ruled the day for the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team in a 47-14 road victory at Hampton Bays.

Pierson Boys Stumble, But Bounce Back

The Bears and the Whalers sparked up the old rivalry for an early-season, non-league meeting on December 13 and the Whalers jumped out of the gate fast on their home court to lead the game late in the first half.

Sports Wrap: Youth Hoop Jumps, Swimmers Win Two, Killer Bees Win

According to John Cotrell, the president of Sag Harbor Youth Hoop, participation is up 18 percent over last year, with the number of travel teams increasing from 11 to 13.

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