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Lady Whaler Soccer: Season Starts With Mixed Results

By Jacob Sisson The Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers soccer team (1-2-2, 0-1-0) got their league season underway on Tuesday as they welcomed Stony Brook (2-1-0, 1-0-0)...

Mighty Finishers

The 26th annual Mighty Hamptons Triathlon set off from Long Beach early Sunday morning under grey skies in cool conditions, perfect for biking and...

Lady Whaler Field Hockey Sets Goals High

By Jacob Sisson Heartbreak has a way of spawning motivation among athletes. When the prospect of victory is torn away from you at the very...

Pierson Soccer Drops Two Non-League

By Jacob Sisson The Pierson Boys Soccer Team took its game up a league to play Mattituck (1-1, 0-0) in its second consecutive match against...

McLain Ward Takes the Fifth

By Raun Norquist The champagne has been poured and the tents are gone, along with the horses and their riders, marking the end of the...

Third Title in Four Years for Liquors

By Benito Vila It started ugly for T&S Mott last Thursday and didn’t get any better as the game went on, Sag Harbor Liquors coming...

The Hampton Classic Rides in for 35th Season

By Raun Norquist World-class equitation, hunter and show jumper competition returns to Bridgehampton with the 35th Hampton Classic Horse Show, opening August 29 thru September...

It’s All Liquors: Mott sees game one get away and goes quietly in game...

By Benito Vila For as many people as there were in Mashashimuet Park Tuesday night, it was eerily quiet when Billy Schmitz turned on a...

Artists Stun Writers in Annual Classic

By Andrew Rudansky After all the pre-game back and forth between adversaries, all of the trash talking and predictions, it is often the action in...

SYS Weekend Draws Top Squash Players

By Andrew Rudansky Squash in America has historically been hidden from public view behind the ivy covered walls of top-universities and private clubs. Public clubs...

Beyel needs Nine to Beat Liquors; Mott Tops Scrubs

By Benito Vila This is it; game on the line. That was a feeling had more than once by players and fans alike in the...

Whalers End Disappointing Season

By Andrew Rudansky The Hamptons Collegiate League playoffs took place this weekend and for the second year in a row the Sag Harbor Whalers were...

Men’s FastPitch: PLayoff Teams Set

By Benito Vila “It’s not over ‘til it’s over,” is one of Yogi Berra’s most often repeated and more insightful statements. While it’s the unknown that’s...

Whalers are Due, Hopefully

By Andrew Rudansky The baseball idiom “he’s due” is used to describe a player in a slump that is bound to perform big. Before their...

Men’s FastPitch Playoffs Come Into Focus

By Benito Vila With one week remaining in regular season play, the likely playoff pairings in for the Sag Harbor Mens’ Modified Fastpitch Softball League...

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In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by senior reporter Michael Wright for a discussion about the resurgence of the voracious southern pine beetle on the East End.

Catherine Creedon Will Step Down As John Jermain Memorial Library Director

Catherine Creedon, who has served as the director of the John Jermain Memorial Library for the past 14 years and who shepherded it through a building project that would have tested the patience of Job, has informed the library board that she plans to step down when her contract expires at the end of the year.