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Extended winning streak to 11 with wins over North Haven (9-6) and Hamden (8-1)...TW: Amity- Woodbridge at Palmer Field-Middletown Monday, at Branford Wednesday...Christian Budzik and Logan Lessard shut out Morgan-Clinton 3-0 and Coginchaug-Durham 4-
Wethersfield finished in third place at the Class M meet last season. The Eagles won their seventh straight CCC East division crown. Wethersfield coach Lee Schwartzman, who has emphasized practice, made sure that this championship meet was at the
Demitri Yao has made the simple drop pass to linemate and friend Jeff Greenwood maybe a hundred times this season, maybe more. So Tuesday, with Northwest Catholic's postseason fate in his hands, Yao did it one more time, and he didn't blink. "I just
After the Tolland girls basketball team lost its all-time leading scorer and coach, and moved up from Class M to Class L, probably not too many expected the Eagles to advance very far in the state tournament this season. But Tolland is still alive
Christian Alvarado, Fairfield Prep, junior, 2 mile; Isaiah Brooks, Bloomfield , senior, shot put; David Campbell , Bloomfield, sr., 55 meters; Matt Chisholm, Farmington , jr., mile; Harold Cooper, Hillhouse, jr., 55 meters; Jared Delane, Northwest
Had 27 points in 57-44 win over Conard. Kiernan Decker, Valley Regional: Had 15 rebounds, 11 points in 51-47 overtime win over Hyde. Kiah Gillespie, Capital Prep: Scored 26 points in 66-64 loss to Bishop Ford (N.Y.). Nikira Hooks, New Britain: Scored
Why 42? "Just looking at the stats, watching them play," King said. "You've got to throw something out at the kids." Ashley Malloy scored 12 points for Berlin, which is 13-1 and sixth in the area rankings. Kailene Rampone and Paige Young added 11 and
Zamboni might as well just clean one end of the ice his team's defensive zone...But by the end of Friday's game, the comment sure carried a lot of truth. For 45 minutes, Northwest Catholic made sure the puck stayed at just one end of the ice.
Last year, a young Capital Prep girls basketball team confidently perhaps overconfidently took an eight-point lead over Windsor into the locker room at the Doc Hurley Classic. "We went to the locker room, like, 'OK, yeah, we got this game,'" Kiah
6-13-1 Top players: Trevor Connal, sr., defense; Charlie Fisher, sr., goalie; Danny Kycia, sr., forward; Zach Powers, sr., defense A note: After two inconsistent seasons in the CCC North, the Chieftains have made some changes.