Varsity bowling is back in East Hampton.Fifteen Bonackers make up this year’s team, which returns to the lanes after a four-year hiatus. The East Hampton bowling program was canceled when East Hampton Bowl shut its doors after more than 50 years in business in June 2013. Mike Vitulli is the head coach of the team and was thankful to Scott Rubenstein and East Hampton Indoor Tennis, where The Clubhouse is located.“Scott Rubenstein obviously did a great job of putting this place together and allowing us to use this,” he said. “It’s an unbelievable place. They’ve been awesome, very accommodating, helping ... by Drew Budd, Sports Editor
In June of 2013, East Hampton Bowl—considered a local landmark after more than 50 years in business—shuttered its doors, and in the process, took away what was at the time the last remaining bowing alley on the South Fork.Since the closure, Scott Rubenstein and his team at East Hampton Indoor Tennis saw a need for the community, so they created The Clubhouse, what will be a 10-lane bowling alley on the EHIT property that is currently in the middle of construction, due to be completed by the end of May. EHIT is also incorporating miniature golf and an arcade to ... by Drew Budd, Sports Editor
After losing nine of 11 starters from its state finalist roster, it’s no surprise that the East Hampton boys soccer team got off to a rough start this season with four straight losses, especially considering the Bonackers faced some quality opponents in those early games. But they seem to have righted the ship last week, playing to a draw with one of the top Class A teams in the county, and earning a shutout win over another League VI opponent to move to 1-4-1 overall on the season, 1-1-1 in League VI.East Hampton tied Miller Place, 2-2, at home on ... 21 Sep 2015 by Cailin Riley
For bowling teams from League V, simply making it to the Suffolk County tournament is the pinnacle of success. The chance to compete alongside the much larger schools in the county is an honor, and once they get there, any success is icing on the cake. 12 Feb 2013 by Cailin Riley
With the League V regular season title on the line, the Eastport South Manor bowling team beat rival East Hampton, 21-12, on January 22 at Shirley Bowl to take home the top spot heading into the postseason. 29 Jan 2013 by Cailin Riley
The battle for the League V bowling title was most likely decided this past Tuesday, January 22, at the Shirley Bowl. Eastport South Manor was slated to host East Hampton, and the outcome of the match will decide who wins the league title, for all intents and purposes. 22 Jan 2013 by Cailin Riley
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