Several East Hampton High School athletes received individual awards at the end of their fall seasons.
The East Hampton girls swim team finished with a 2-3 record in League III and several swimmers achieved All-League status. Eighth-grader Skye Marigold was All-League in the 50-yard freestyle, while freshman Maddie Minetree was All-League in the 200-yard freestyle. Freshman Mikayla Mott was All-League in both the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard breaststroke. The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Marigold, Mott, Minetree and senior Jenna Rocker achieved All-League status as well.
The East Hampton girls soccer team finished with a 4-7-1 record in League VI and was led by senior goalie Nicole Fierro, who was an All-County selection for the third straight year. Senior midfielders Amy VanScoyac and Jen Struk were named All-League selections, while Fierro and Struk were selected to play in the Exceptional Senior game.
The Bonacker boys soccer team finished with a 4-6-4 record in League VI. Senior midfielder Jonathan Sanabria was an All-County Academic selection, while sophomore goalie Brandon West and senior defender Andrew Gualtieri were All-Conference selections. Junior midfielder Dan Bedoya was named an All-League selection. Freshman forward Angel Garces was the recipient of the Alex Fyfe Courage Award, which is given players who have overcome adversity during the season.
Both the Bonacker boys and girls volleyball teams advanced to the postseason. The boys team finished with an 8-8 record in League I before falling in the first round of the playoffs against Smithtown West.
Peyton Kelly and Tyler Brenneman were named All-County selections and were also named to the All-Tournament team. Dylan Sanicola was an All-Division selection, while Jack Charde and Chris Mangieri were named All-Division Honorable Mention. Kelly, Mangieri, Sanicola, Sam Hyman and Brian Fink were all named All-County Academic selections as well.
The girls volleyball team advanced to the semifinals of the Class A playoffs before falling to eventual Long Island champion Harborfields. Calli Stavola, Sarah Philipbar, Summer Foley, Julia Lee and Shaina Preiss were named All-League selections while libero Kim Valverde was the defensive player of the year in League VI. All-County awards for the East Hampton girls volleyball team will be in next week’s edition.
The East Hampton girls tennis team had one of its best seasons in recent memory, finishing second behind eventual county champion Westhampton Beach (10-0) with an 8-2 record before sending 11 players to the Division IV tournament and five to the county tournament. Singles player Molly Nolan and the doubles teams of Hyatt Tortorella and Joneen Murphy and Amy Naula and Bev Keyes were All-County players, while singles player Casey Nicoletti along with the doubles teams of Kelly Naula and Emma Shilowich and Erica Silich and Alex Fulham were All-Division players. Erika Barco and Victoria Peel-Margraf were named All-League selections.
The East Hampton football team finished the season with a 2-6 mark in Division III. Senior running back/linebacker Jarred Bowe was named an All-County selection and was a first-team All-Division selection along with junior quarterback/defensive back Austin Heneveld. Senior running back/linebacker Andrew Foglia, junior lineman Joe Dowling and junior running back/linebacker Nick Jarboe all were named second-team All-Division selections.
For the East Hampton girls cross country team, Alex Keogh was an All-League selection.
The East Hampton field hockey team had a successful season, finishing sixth in Division III with a 7-7 record before going on to beat Rocky Point in the first round of the Class B playoffs. Postseason awards for the field hockey team will be listed in next week’s edition.