The East Hampton High School softball team headed into the second half of the season on a warm — if not a hot — streak, having belayed Pierson 22-1 and pulled the rug out from Southold-Greenport 3-2 this past week, on the way to a third-straight win at Amityville on Friday.
The weather was, at long last, spring-like when more than 600 runners set forth from Sag Harbor’s West Water Street in the eighth running of the Katy’s Courage 5K Saturday morning. It was the first road race here of the season.
The South Fork is contracting and expanding at the same time. Its land volume is slowly shrinking as the seas warm up, and sea level rise pushes farther and farther inland with each tropical storm or northeaster.
Early Saturday morning, after sitting silently at my dock for almost three weeks due to the incessant cold and windy weather, my boat was finally freed from the dock lines for the first time this season.
A showdown between East Hampton and Westhampton Beach High Schools' second doubles teams with a league tennis championship hanging in the balance was played before a rapt crowd at Westhampton Monday afternoon.
As the East Hampton High School and Ross School boys tennis teams were playing in Ross’s bubble Monday, a question remained hanging as to whether a protest filed earlier that day with Section XI on behalf of Bonac’s coach, Kevin McConville, would be upheld or rejected.
The East End boys lacrosse team, the Islanders, played with great intensity on East Hampton High’s turf field Friday, defeating Port Jefferson — a team that had bested the Islanders last year — 15-8, though going into the fourth quarter, the Islanders pretty much had it sewed up, at 13-3.