It was a long season in League VI for the East Hampton baseball team (4-14), but it managed to finish the year on a positive note, beating Westhampton Beach 6-5 at home on Saturday to avoid the sweep in a three-game series. Andrew Foglia hit an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to win the game for East Hampton. An RBI single by his teammate Nick Matheson had tied the score at 5-5 earlier in the inning. Tyler Devries-Wallace was the winning pitcher for East Hampton.
In the second game of the series in Westhampton Beach on May 7, the Hurricanes earned an 11-3 win and in the opener, Westhampton Beach earned a 4-2 win as its starter Sean Dwyer allowed just four hits in a complete-game effort.
East Hampton will lose seven seniors to graduation, including Devries-Wallace, Brent Davis, Liam Lee, Dustin Lightcap, CJ Louey, Matheson and Kyle Pomerantz. Eight current juniors will return to the team along with three sophomores and a freshman.