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It just got us more pumped up for what we had to do," East Hartford junior Enyce Walker said. "We just got more motivated." So Sunday with another duel looming against its CCC North rivals, East Hartford went to work on their off day. The group drove
The weather delay, which forced the meet to restart again on Thursday with several events unfinished, meant that she had to stop with three jumps left and her work not done. On Thursday, the pair, along with New Britain 's Stephon Henry and dozens of
Windsor girls track coach Ron Wilson had a feeling that the 4x400-meter relay at the Class MM track and field championships Tuesday was going to be a good race...Windsor's anchor, Sashana Hinds, held off a late charge down the stretch by Wilbur Cross'
All the other competitors in the girls 1,600 relay left the podium, but Centennial's Sydney Badger and Tiana Bonds remained on the top step so they could be honored by the crowd at Carson High for the final time. It was a fitting end for two of the
Daniels, the 2A state champ, is now 2-2 against a friendly rival, but with consecutive victories. "I knew if I cooled down [slowed], she would be right there," Daniels said. "What I was really focusing on was the Golden Ticket...U.S. behind Fort
Buhach Colony High School's Barbara Coward admits to being a bit envious that her twin sister, Brandy, younger by 24 minutes, has qualified for the CIF State Track and Field Meet in her first two high school seasons, while she has yet to qualify.
The rivalry simmered for more than three months and finally reached its conclusion Friday. When it was all over, Jayveon Taylor of Bonanza found Arbor View's Ivy Dobson and slapped his hand in a sign of mutual respect...Without competition, I wouldn'
He could devolve into bitterness over an acrimonious split with his wife and her wanting nothing to do with him or the couple's three daughters, or he could get on with his life and raise them the best he could alone...She could go through life
The annual Mountain Invitational tends to bring out the worst in the weather for mid-April's annual track and field event in east Thurston County rain, hail, severe winds and sometimes snow but can still produce the best times and marks among
Willow Glen's Luis Macial got the CCS Top 8 Track and Field Classic off to a flying start when he sent the discus sailing a personal-best 181 feet, 9 inches in the first event of the day. Macial's heave set the stage for a number of other outstanding