An opening day to savor   Published Aug 31, 2014
BRONX, N.Y. — In returning 16 starters from last year’s Football Championship Series playoff team — a list that includes Southington’s Jordan Chapman and Wallingford’s … more ...
The elder statesmen cometh (back)   Published Aug 28, 2014
It started, as many good things do, at Blackie’s. It was at the famous hot dog mecca that Don Drust Jr., in his first year … more ...
Potts & Gannon for the defense   Published Aug 27, 2014
NEW HAVEN — Here’s the funny thing about the emerging college football careers of Meriden’s Justin Potts and Wallingford’s Billy Gannon at Southern Connecticut State. … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Deep appreciation for Sheehan’s athletic teams, the people who coach them and the youngsters who populate the rosters are what drove Chris Dailey … 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 ...
College-bound Dupont trains with pros   Published Aug 12, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Wallingford native and Xavier High graduate Danny Dupont yearned to play college hockey. The hard-nosed, stay-at-home defenseman placed his future in the hands … 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 ...
U.S., Ecuador to tangle at Rentschler   Published Aug 15, 2014
EAST HARTFORD — The U.S. men’s national soccer team home will host Ecuador on Friday night, Oct. 10, at Rentschler Field. Kickoff is 7 p.m. … more ...
Chamber welcomes UConn grid coach   Published Aug 15, 2014
MIDDLETOWN — UConn football coach Bob Diaco will be guest speaker at this month’s Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce breakfast. The meeting is Wednesday, Aug. … more ...
Tourney provides TWIST for economy   Published Aug 13, 2014
WALLINGFORD — The scope of The Wallingford Invitational Soccer Tournament (TWIST) transcends the nature of the sport and borders of the town to arrive at … more ...

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The Wallingford Post 187 American Legion Prep division team completed a dominating season by storming to a 10-0 five-inning mercy-rule win over Ridgefield Sunday in … more ...
A fish that will take you to the wall   Published Aug 3, 2014
Once you have hooked up with a trophy walleye, there is no turning back. Walleye are a hard fighting fish and, for frosting on the … more ...
WALLINGFORD — The inaugural season for the American Legion Prep Division is showing that the future of baseball in Wallingford and Cheshire is in good … more ...
Veni, vidi, vici, vinyasa   Published Jul 28, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — The Southington football players are in their lines, waiting to be put through the paces. Sweat glistens on legs, arms. There’s little pause … more ...
Deep in the heart of Penn’s wood   Published Jul 27, 2014
If you love the outdoors as much as I do, I have to tell you that one of the eeriest calls in the wild is … more ...
MERIDEN — Nick Cerreta, born and bred in South Meriden, is hard at work making men out of boys as dean of students at his … more ...
American Legion Super Regionals   Published Jul 26, 2014
SOUTH DIVISION At Cubeta Stadium Stamford Saturday Branford 7, Berlin 1 Cheshire 5, Stamford 4 Today Berlin vs. Stamford, 1 p.m. Branford vs. Cheshire, 4:30 … more ...
The rule that prompted the forfeit imposed on Cheshire Post 92 seven innings into the state tournament game against Trumbull Wednesday is unlikely to be … more ...
The D.C. Current and Wallingford’s Jeff Wodatch have been wearing teams out all season with their speed and depth. They did it again Saturday night … more ...
CHESHIRE — The future of high school football in Connecticut is taking shape. For the sake of player safety, it will likely mean slightly fewer … more ...
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