Saturday’s race was held in in stiff winds in Noyac Bay with The Blue Peter and her captain, Mathew Barker, finishing first overall with a corrected time of 3 hours, 19 minutes and 52 seconds.
The Sag Harbor Whalers of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League kicked off their 11thseason this week with a pair of games at Mashashimuet Park,...
For a team that won 21 games this season on strong pitching and aggressive base running, both proved to be their undoing at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, where a 4-2 Pierson lead evaporated in the seventh and final inning.
Lee Wybranski has always been nearsighted and thin — self-admittedly, a pretty lousy combination for a golf caddy.
Competing as the fifth seed in the Suffolk County Team Tournament, the Bonackers, who include players from Pierson and Bridgehampton among their ranks, beat Sachem at home on May 22.
Students at Epic Martial Arts in Sag Harbor spent their Saturday of Memorial Day weekend on the street as they raised pledges for their upcoming annual fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Hospital.
Pierson (21-2) will face the Class C champion from Nassau County on Thursday, May 31, at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.
Pierson’s senior righthander was steady on the mound through six rain-soaked innings and his team’s offense was explosive in support as the Whalers crushed Southold, 10-1, to advance in the double-elimination Class C tournament.
There will be one standout this year when the race sets off in the waters off Sag Harbor on June 2. The Blue Peter, to be sure, is no ordinary sailboat.
The Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton Little League is being run by a new 10-person board, including five members of an executive board who, quite literally, have re-written the rules and code of conduct for players, coaches and parents.
LaBorne pitched a complete-game, one-hit shutout and led the Whalers to a 1-0 victory in a pitcher’s duel for the ages at Mashashimuet Park, giving Pierson a major leg up in its chase for a county championship.
A disappointing season came to a close last week for the East Hampton girls lacrosse team, which won just a single game and earned another through a forfeit.
The Pierson baseball team featured one of the most potent offensive attacks in Suffolk County this year, averaging nearly nine runs per game during an 18-2 campaign that led the team to a League VII Championship.
Despite a rocky draw in the Division IV Individual Tournament at William Floyd High School over the weekend, the East Hampton boys tennis team placed seven players in the Suffolk County Individual Tournament, which begins this weekend.
Steven Ponzini and CC McGlynn, students at Sag Harbor Elementary School, will travel to Colombia next month with their soccer club, South Fork United.