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.
Yani Cuesta, who coaches East Hampton High’s girls winter track team, said during a conversation Monday that her girls — she has a dozen — proved to be quick studies when it came to the Zeitler Relays at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood last Thursday.
Last week was the best of times and the worst of times for the Killer Bees of Bridgehampton, who, after an exciting win over Pierson at home, went on to lose, 65-62, at Shelter Island, a fellow Class D school.
Jim Stewart, East Hampton High’s wrestling coach, said before the meet with East Islip here Friday that he was still looking for some pieces with which to fill out his jigsaw puzzle — quite a few as it turns out, for the Bonackers had to forfeit in more than half the weights that day.
Yani Cuesta, who coaches East Hampton High’s girls winter track team, reported Sunday that her charges had done very well at the Art Mitchell invitational meet at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood earlier that day.