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ALBANY, N.Y. — Jim Jabir and his Dayton Flyers played UConn four years ago in the Huskies’ Thanksgiving tournament. They lost by 40, but came … more ...
ALBANY, N.Y. — Geno Auriemma reached another milestone in record fashion. The Hall of Famer became the second coach to achieve 100 victories in the … more ...
MERIDEN — Two local players had one final opportunity to show what they have at the 40th annual Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-Star Basketball … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Former Maloney soccer star Rob Jachym, now the boys soccer coach at Wethersfield High, and former Lyman Hall hockey chief Tim Belcher, now … more ...
MERIDEN — I’m not prone to using trite phrases, but when I think about Wednesday night’s CHSCA Boys Basketball All-Star Festival and the commitment that … more ...
MERIDEN — Any event, if it’s a good one, has its signature moments. The World Series will always have Carlton Fisk waving his 1975 home … more ...
NORTH BRANFORD — Three local girls enjoyed one final chance to play basketball at the scholastic level Monday when they laced ’em up for the … more ...
MERIDEN — There is always a somber moment to the Meriden Sports Reunion. It comes before the meal, when the names of city sportsmen who … more ...
UNCASVILLE — What Sunday’s CIAC Class S boys basketball final proved is that, in the winter of 2014-15, Sacred Heart existed on another level. And … more ...
MERIDEN — A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for tonight’s Meriden Sports Reunion dinner at the Meriden Elks Club. Tonight’s … more ...
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UNCASVILLE — Meriden’s Kiah Gillespie wrapped up her storied schoolgirl basketball career in storybook style Sunday. Blending her trademark power moves, smooth shooting and all-around … more ...
NEW HAVEN — Karl Bishop accomplished something Saturday that no Cheshire swimmer had done in 15 years: win two State Open championships. The titles came … more ...
NEW HAVEN — Kiphuth Pool is the last outpost for Connecticut’s high school swimmers, the furthest buoy from the shore. After the long grind of … more ...
NEW HAVEN — Upstate hockey rose to the fore Saturday, taking two of the day’s three CIAC championship games at Yale’s Ingalls Rink. E.O. Smith/Tolland … more ...
UNCASVILLE — Tommy Nolan’s banked 3-pointer from half court at the end of the third quarter set the wheels in motion for Fairfield Prep and … more ...
NEW BRITAIN — Pursuit of perfection is an alliterative brainstorm fashioned by fertile minds from the University of Kentucky basketball publicity machine. In Connecticut high … more ...
MERIDEN — Meriden’s Kiah Gillespie has had one of the more storied high school basketball careers in Connecticut history. On Sunday, the Capital Prep senior … more ...
MERIDEN — Panic is rather disconcerting, but it’s part of the human condition and when it sets in, success can turn to defeat as fast … more ...
HARTFORD — The Yard Goats go yard. Maybe it will grow on fans yet. Either way, it’s official. A year from now, the New Britain … more ...
MERIDEN — Sheehan’s Brandon Rentas and Maloney’s Tracy Rumley have been selected to play in the 2015 Connecticut High School Coaches Association’s senior all-star basketball … more ...
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