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 ...
WALLINGFORD -- The Wallingford Downtown Merchants won the Wallingford Twilight League regular season championship for the fifth year in a row with a 7-2 victory … more ...
MERIDEN — Jacques Barzun (1907-2012) had all the attributes to rank among America’s premier cultural scholars. He was born in France, moved to America as … more ...
Quinnipiac treasures: above, below   Published Jul 20, 2014
Shad in Hanover Pond? Could be, according to Steve Gephard, supervisor for the Diadromous Fish Program and Habitat Conservation Enhancement Program, Inland Fisheries Division, DEEP … more ...
Legion teams in the hunt   Published Jul 19, 2014
Connecticut’s American Legion baseball state tournament opens today. All four area teams are in the hunt, with Wallingford back after a prolonged absence and Cheshire, … more ...

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Merger looms as a possibility   Published Jul 19, 2014
MERIDEN — Only time will tell what the future holds for the Connecticut Expos and Meriden Merchants in the venerable Greater Hartford Twilight Baseball League. … more ...
Sinking to new heights   Published Jul 17, 2014
WALLINGFORD — Tyler Mizenko knew he wanted to play professional baseball at a young age. He was willing to fulfill the requirements and his parents … more ...
Extraordinary human achievement is the sparkle that lights John Holt’s professional life. Fans around the state can see the joy that sports bring WFSB Channel … more ...
The sign of the crossbow   Published Jul 13, 2014
“Crossbows? They’re too modern! They’re too powerful! They’re a poacher’s weapon! They shoot like a rifle!” And the list goes on and on and on. … more ...
  Published Jul 14, 2014
Wallingford Warriors U17 soccer player Jeffrey Baksa was misidentified in Monday’s Record-Journal story on the National Presidents Cup. Baksa was the player who, moved to … more ...
WALLINGFORD — While some scholastic-age baseball players fulfill their summer diamond assignments playing American Legion ball, many opt for the various AAU programs proliferating around … more ...
WALLINGFORD — Wallingford sports will have some new faces in the fall as both incumbent Sheehan and Lyman Hall athletic directors have departed. Amy Labas … more ...
CCBL carves out summer niche   Published Jul 6, 2014
The Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League offers the local college baseball player competition similar to more prominent regional leagues like the New England and Futures circuits, … more ...
The summer collegiate baseball landscape, limited to only the most elite players two decades ago, has exploded with leagues springing up all over the country. … more ...
The New England Collegiate Baseball League has entered its 20th season, which has particular significance to me because I was witness to its birth. Bristol … more ...
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