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East Hampton Wrestling Is Set To Turn Things Around This Season

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East Hampton's Santi Maya works with a teammate in practice.

East Hampton's Santi Maya works with a teammate in practice. KYRIL BROMLEY

Coaches Ethan Mitchell and Jim Stewart teach their wrestlers during practice.

Coaches Ethan Mitchell and Jim Stewart teach their wrestlers during practice. KYRIL BROMLEY

Caleb Peralta, left, and Santi Maya.

Caleb Peralta, left, and Santi Maya. KYRIL BROMLEY

Returning sophomores Santi Maya, left, and Caleb Peralta will lead the Bonac wrestling team once again this season.

Returning sophomores Santi Maya, left, and Caleb Peralta will lead the Bonac wrestling team once again this season. KYRIL BROMLEY

New coach Ethan Mitchell demostrates for his wrestlers.

New coach Ethan Mitchell demostrates for his wrestlers. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorCailin Riley on Dec 2, 2019
Over the past few years, the East Hampton wrestling team has struggled to find enough depth to fill out every weight class. But head coach Jim Stewart and new assistant... more

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