The East Hampton boys soccer team pushed its record to 8-0 in League VI, 10-1-1 overall with a 6-0 dismantling of Mount Sinai on the road on Monday night. The Bonackers were up 5-0 at halftime. Nick West had a hat trick with three goals, Esteban Valverde scored twice and Camilo Godoy added a goal. Nick Tulp recorded his Suffolk-County leading 10th shutout of the season. The Bonackers have given up just five goals in 12 games this season, four of them in their only defeat, a 4-0 loss to Catholic powerhouse St. Anthony’s.
The Lady Bonackers suffered their second overtime loss in three games on Monday, falling 2-1 at home to Shoreham/Wading River. Amanda Calabrese gave East Hampton a 1-0 halftime lead off an assist by Casey Waleko, but Shoreham’s Alexandra Hutchins tied it early in the second half. Jess McCormack scored the winner for Shoreham with less than two minutes left in overtime on a penalty stroke. East Hampton fell to 5-4 in Division III, while Shoreham improved to 5-4.
The Southampton boys soccer team fell to 5-3 in League VII, 7-4 overall after a 3-1 home loss to Mattituck (7-1, 8-2). Kaan Ilgin had a hat trick for the Tuckers, while Milos Djurasic had Southampton’s only goal, off an assist from Elliot LaGuardia. Mattituck had a 2-0 lead at halftime.
The Pierson boys soccer team improved to 6-0-1, 7-2-2 overall after a 2-1 win at Smithtown Christian. Jack Fitzpatrick and Drew Harvey scored, giving Pierson a 2-0 lead in the second half before Smithtown Christian got on the board. Forrest Loesch and Oliver Betts had assists, and Nick Stevens made five saves.
The East Hampton girls tennis team fell to 5-3 in League VII, 7-3 overall after a 6-1 home loss to first-place William Floyd (9-0, 16-0). The loss dropped East Hampton into third place behind Ross (6-3, 7-4). The Southampton girls tennis team lost, 4-3, at third-place Shoreham/Wading River (6-4, 7-7), dropping to 7-3 in League VIII, 8-5 overall, but maintaining its hold on second place behind Mattituck (10-0).
The Southampton girls volleyball team dropped to 2-5 in League VII after a 3-0 loss at undefeated league leader Elwood/John Glenn (7-0). Glenn won with scores of 25-10, 25-8 and 25-13. It halted a two-match win streak for the Lady Mariners.