It’s a rarity, or so it has been of late, that the Ross School can boast of a league champion, much less an undefeated one, but it happened recently as its middle school girls volleyball team completed a 10-0 season.
As expected (though it was not a lead-pipe cinch), the East Hampton High School boys swimming team won at West Islip on Jan. 16 to cap an unprecedented undefeated league-championship season at 7-0 (9-0). It was the first such for boys swimming since the program began here under Jeff Thompson in 2010.
The Buckskill Winter Club, as it has in the past few years, will play host to a Katy’s Courage fund-raiser on Sunday, Feb. 10, with proceeds to go to the foundation created by Jim and Brigid Collins Stewart in memory of their daughter.
The nation is shut down. It’s not for me to open it up. What’s worse to my locally oriented mind, however, is the stuff against nature that has been going down right under our noses here on the South Fork for the past several years.
With a convincing win over Sayville-Bayport Monday, and with a similarly stellar victory over Hauppauge, the defending league champion, last Thursday, it appeared likely that the East Hampton High School boys swimming team would wind up as a league titlist for the first time since the program began here under Jeff Thompson in 2010.