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Its death for Wadeemas father and life sentence for girlfriend Marie Nammour / 14 February 2013 Emirati father H.S., 29, was given the death sentence on Wednesday for torturing to death his eight-year-old daughter Wadeema. His compatriot girlfriend,
If Fitch coach Mike Emery had a strand of yarn for every time he has said, "we just want to keep improving" over the years, he'd have a roomful of sweaters by now...Even last week's 34-27 loss to undefeated NFA had its encouraging moments.
Norwich Free Academy coach Jemal Davis wanted to see how his football team would respond to adversity, having won its first two games comfortably. On Saturday, the Wildcats proved they could excel under pressure, too. NFA stopped Fitch on a potential
The Court of First Instance will try H.S., 29, an ex-security supervisor, and his 27-year-old girlfriend, A.A., as mentally sane individuals on the charges of torture, confinement and unauthorised burial of a body. The court earlier ordered that both
Waterford nips Stonington 2-0 in eight Southeastern Connecticut News, Sports, Weather and Video The Day newspaper H.S. softball: No. Waterford nips Stonington 2-0 in eight Published 05/24/2012 12:00 AM Updated 05/23/2012 11:55 PM Stonington Kelli
Bernard girls deny Waterforsd share of title Southeastern Connecticut News, Sports, Weather and Video The Day newspaper H.S. lacrosse: St. Carley Phillips scored six goals, including the 100th of her career, as St. Bernard School played the role of
Carley Phillips scored five goals, giving her 99 for her high school career, lifting St. Bernard past Somers, 12-11, in girls' lacrosse action Saturday...Shannon Amarello, Maria Theiler and Anne Foley each had a goal and goalie Emily Savino had 10
Sydney Swanson had two hits and four RBI and Kirsten McGinty had a two run-triple Friday as the East Lyme High School softball team defeated Fitch 11-8 in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division. Sarah Bond and Samantha Horner had three
Eddie Moran scored three goals and had four assists Thursday, leading the Stonington High School boys' lacrosse team to its second straight Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division championship. The Bears defeated Waterford 11-7. "It was
Chris Turner pitched a no-hitter as the Ledyard High School baseball team defeated Norwich Free Academy 3-1 on Wednesday. The game originally scheduled to be played at Norwich's Dickenman Field, was moved to Ledyard due to wet field conditions.