Spectators relished in the spring weather at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor on Tuesday as the sun shined down on the Pierson/Bridgehampton baseball team
One of the most spectacular youth movements in recent memory is blossoming at Pierson High School, with talent stacked from seventh grade on up to the junior class.
The Sag Harbor Whalers are the flagship organization of the HCBL, founded in 2008 as a member of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League.
The community showed up once again for Katy’s Courage, despite a literal deluge on the appropriately-named Water Street in Sag Harbor.
With just three regular-season matches remaining, the head coach of the Bonac boys tennis team is fine tuning his lineup as championship season approaches.
The ninth annual Katy’s Courage 5K will take place Saturday, April 13, with the start at its traditional location on Long Island Avenue.
Led by players from the junior class and with an athletic batch of talent following from behind, the Lady Whalers are looking to find their way past some of the top Class B teams in Suffolk County.
Cooper Schiavoni got his team off to a strong start, pitching six innings in a 9-1 opening-day victory over Southold that was more of a pitcher’s duel than the score might indicate.
The Pierson senior is back to her usual self, running attack for the East Hampton girls lacrosse team and leading the Lady Bonackers into the next phase of program development.
The Lady Whalers are welcoming a return to normalcy this season, but still will be the only Class C softball team in the county, competing in League VI against Class B schools.
The good news is the Pierson baseball team has returned strong portions of its starting lineup from last season, when in won the Suffolk County Class C Championship. The bad news is what lies ahead.
With the bulk of its roster back from a team that reached the semifinals of the Suffolk County team tournament last year, the East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton boys tennis team is poised for big things.
It was a long bus ride and an even longer journey to the Floyd L. Maines Arena in Binghamton, where the Bridgehampton basketball team fell to Marathon, 66-60, in the Class D New York State Regional Final on Sunday night.
The outpouring of emotion following Saturday’s New York State Class C Southeast Regional Final did not, exactly, include tears of joy. But it was not all sadness either.
Pierson senior Ryan Duryea swam the last competitive race of his high school career on Saturday as a member of the East Hampton swim team’s 4x200 yard freestyle relay team.