The Town of Southampton-East men continued to reign supreme at the Mike Diveris Battle of Southampton lifeguard competition, which was held at Scott Cameron Beach in Bridgehampton on Thursday, July 18.
All three South Fork teams will make the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League playoffs, which are slated to begin this week.
Ethan Bramoff, a 12-year-old rising seventh grader at Pierson Middle School, took home a National Lacrosse Federation Championship over the weekend
For Lieutenant General Michael Linnington, the blazing heat of Saturday’s “Soldier Ride”—over 24 miles of blacktop from Amagansett to Sag Harbor and back—was only the latest feet-to-the-fire test he’s had to endure since taking over one of the nation’s largest military veterans organizations, the Wounded Warrior Project, three years ago.
Jack Brown today is a rising junior in the PGA Golf Management Program at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina.
Parents and spectators flocked to Long Beach in Sag Harbor early Saturday morning to watch their sons and daughters compete in a triathlon organized by i-tri.
The BNB Hamptons Youth Triathlon, presented by Hampton Jitney and Farrell Fritz, is the main event of the summer season for i-tri, an organization...
The seventh annual Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, at Cochran Park in Peconic.
The Sag Harbor 12-and-under All-Stars “ran into some headwinds” this week, according to coach Ben Gregor, in the form of a strong North Shore...
Sofia Mancino’s talent was evident from an early age during recess at Sag Harbor Elementary and on the practice fields at Mashashimuet Park.
They say that “everything old is new again” and that was certainly the case at East Hampton’s Herrick Park this weekend.
Several teams within the organization have ascended the ranks, playing in elite divisions and tournaments outside of the Long Island Junior Soccer League.
The Sag Harbor 12-and-under All-Stars started its run in the District 36 Tournament with a pair of victories.
Since their blistering start, the Whalers (10-8) have only won three of their last 11 games, as of Monday morning.
The Shelter Island Run once again lived up to its billing as one of the most popular sporting events in the region.