MERIDEN — By Wednesday night, Platt football coach Jason Bruenn was in a better mood. But only in comparison to Monday and Tuesday. The opening …
By Bryant Carpenter Record-Journal staff
Tri-Town makes a triumphant return   Published Aug 21, 2014
WALLINGFORD — The Tri-Town Softball Tournament is back. OK, OK. The area’s annual tournament of slo-pitch A Division softball champions from Meriden, Wallingford and Southington … more ...
Cheshire hopes the promise comes due   Published Aug 20, 2014
CHESHIRE — Some plans you nail, some get sidetracked. Cheshire football coach Don Drust Jr. and his wife Kristine, who coaches the Cheshire softball team, … more ...
Trojans will harness horses in hand   Published Aug 19, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Rob Marone knows this season, his third at the helm of Lyman Hall football, is the one to which everything and everyone has … more ...
Rumley’s making the rounds   Published Aug 20, 2014
MERIDEN — Tracy Rumley has been a name known on the Meriden basketball scene for years now. Lately, the 6-foot point guard has been getting … more ...
A cross-country ode to baseball   Published Aug 20, 2014
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Welcome to my baseball trip across America. On second thought, that’s maybe an excuse. This is an American Adventure with baseball as … more ...
It’s all over but the shouting   Published Aug 18, 2014
WALLINGFORD — If you live in Wallingford, chances are you saw a soccer jersey or two around town this past weekend. The Wallingford Invitational Soccer … more ...
NEW HAVEN — Defending champion and top-seeded Simona Halep was upset Tuesday in her opening match at the Connecticut Open, falling 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 to … more ...
Pinehurst plays at The Farms   Published Aug 19, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Pinehurst results are in from The Farms Country Club. Don and Courtney Richards teamed with Dan Driscoll and Cheryl Salva to shoot a … more ...
The All-American Girl   Published Aug 18, 2014
Les has more – 11 to be exact   Published Aug 17, 2014
MERIDEN — Short and steady won the City of Meriden golf race and, with it, a place in history. It took Les Zimmerman just four … more ...

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To the (Green) Extreme   Published Aug 18, 2014
WALLINGFORD — The emotional roller coaster came full circle for the Green Extreme U-16 girls soccer team and their coach Bill Hutchinson. The Extreme, after … more ...
TWIST Results/Schedule   Published Aug 17, 2014
Today’s championships games at Choate BOYS U9 DIVISION 1 Sunday Bethlehem Black 4, Brazil CT Ceara 1 Revolution 04 Summer 1, Olé Elite Blue 0 … more ...
WALLINGFORD — “We’re tough, we’re mean! We are the Green Extreme!” The refrain was much more subdued than when the girls first got together in … more ...
MERIDEN — Spencer Wedge held a one-stroke lead over Les Zimmerman at the halfway point of the City Championship, but it was a 12-handicapper who … more ...
Johnny Football and the T-Men, Vol. 2   Published Aug 15, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Every season is a turn of the page for high school football teams. For the Sheehan Titans, 2014 is a new chapter entirely. … more ...
Pound for pound, measure for measure   Published Aug 14, 2014
MERIDEN — It’s the mantra Trevor Jones repeats at the end of every Thanksgiving Eve game since he’s been head coach of the Wilcox Tech … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Enthusiasm gushed from the heart and mind of newly appointed Lyman Hall athletic director Steve Baker. Baker is a Meriden native, a 1989 … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Jim DiNello has resigned his boys basketball post at Lyman Hall to accept a similar position at Plainville High. The Southington resident recorded … more ...
Meriden Fun Run   Published Aug 15, 2014
Race No. 7 Adult 5K 1. Kaelan Hayes 17:31 2. Jeff Giusto 18:07 3. Todd Busa 21:14 4. Art Dutra 22:01 5. Brian Goggin 23:29 … more ...
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