MERIDEN — In the long line of standout running backs that have come and gone in this city, none had ever done it before. Not …
By Bryant Carpenter Record-Journal staff | Nov 28, 2014 01:25AM
WALLINGFORD — Brett Biestek carries the athletic legacy of a proud family toward the acme of the sport he dearly loves. Biestek, an accomplished multi-sport … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Jon Wholley was a 5-foot-9, 175-pound running back for the Southington teams that won a 1998 Class LL championship and finished second to … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — ’Tis the season when high school chums return to town and bump into each other. In the case of former Southington football teammates … more ...
MERIDEN — Underdog Maloney nearly had its day in the 57th annual Stoddard Bowl, but Platt was able to ride its horses to an emotional … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Sheehan started the year in the worst possible way, staring down an 0-8 record. But the Titans couldn’t have ended the season on … more ...
The Icemen Cometh   Published Nov 26, 2014
The 2014 high school football season is coming to a close amid snow and ice, which is fitting for our annual Thanksgiving look at the … more ...
Here are the early reports from the Stoddard Bowl, won 21-13 by Platt, and the Carini Bowl, won 28-0 by Sheehan. MERIDEN — Underdog Maloney … more ...
White Friday almost here   Published Nov 27, 2014
Although the turkey has yet to be devoured, it’s never to early to start thinking of the holiday shopping season. White Friday is almost here. … more ...
One more time, with definite feeling   Published Nov 26, 2014
Initially, the playoff picture was all that was cloudy about the Thanksgiving football picture. Then came this weather. Wednesday’s snow, already responsible for bumping the … more ...
New chapter, continuing saga   Published Nov 26, 2014
MERIDEN — With slim postseason hopes riding on the outcome, the 2014 Stoddard Bowl gets back to what it’s usually been throughout its 56-year history: … more ...

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Carini Bowl pushed to 11 a.m.   Published Nov 26, 2014
Buying themselves an extra hour to clear away Wednesday’s snow, Wallingford athletic officials have pushed the start of Thursday’s Carini Bowl at Lyman Hall to … more ...
Although the turkey has yet to be devoured, it’s never to early to start thinking of the holiday shopping season. White Friday is almost here. … more ...
MIDDLETOWN — The 1st annual Route 66 Bowl was about as ugly as it could get for the Wilcox Tech football team. The Vinal Tech/East … more ...
Oh, brother where art thou?   Published Nov 25, 2014
MERIDEN — It was at some point in the middle of the season, a Monday or a Tuesday, and football practice at Maloney High School … more ...
One to wipe the slate clean   Published Nov 25, 2014
WALLINGFORD — It’s been a tough year for Wallingford football. Sheehan and Lyman Hall have had seasons filled with injuries, challenges, turmoil and losses. The … more ...
Apple Classic moved to Saturday   Published Nov 25, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — Wednesday night’s snowy forecast has prompted athletic officials from Southington and Cheshire to postpone the Apple Classic football game from Thanksgiving Day to … more ...
CHESHIRE — Tim Kohs has produced some great players in his years at the helm of the Mercy girls basketball team, but he said senior … more ...
Indians will look to get their kicks   Published Nov 24, 2014
MERIDEN — The Wilcox Tech football team had an old-school practice the other day. Grass field worn down the middle and stiffened by the premature … more ...
Make way for the Tank   Published Nov 25, 2014
NEWTON, Mass. — Platt grad Anthony Sanders capped his career at Mt. Ida College by being selected to the All-Eastern Collegiate Football Conference team. Sanders … more ...
Stormy forecast alters football plans   Published Nov 24, 2014
The winter storm forecast for Wednesday has prompted most football games scheduled for Thanksgiving Eve to be moved to tonight, including the inaugural Route 66 … more ...
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