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AROUND THE HORN: Winters, Owls hit nationals; Marks, Sullivan team up with AMC; Reunion planning session rescheduled

Winters, Owls close at nationals

NEW HAVEN — Sheehan grad Avery Winters’ rookie season of indoor track at Southern Connecticut State University culminated with a 12th-place finish with the 4x400 relay team at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Virginia Beach.

Winters and teammates Hannah Caiola, Izzy Newbury and Ella Maclean posted a time of time of 3:49.35, which was the fastest in their heat. The quartet won this year’s Northeast-10 Conference championship.

The appearance by Winters and the 4x400 relay team at nationals was the first for Southern’s women’s indoor track program since Meriden’s Briana Burt qualified in 2019.

Marks, Sullivanfuel AMC baseball

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Justin Marks and Jason Sullivan, summer teammates in the Greater Hartford Twilight Baseball League with the Record-Journal Expos, played pivotal roles in Albertus Magnus College’s 3-1 victory Monday over Plymouth State on a spring break trip to the Palmetto State. 

Marks, a freshman left-hander from Beacon Falls, earned his first collegiate win by throwing a complete-game 3-hitter. Marks struck out six and walked three.

He was staked to a 1-0 lead when Sullivan, a senior infielder out of Platt, connected for a RBI single with runners at the corners in the first inning.

The Falcons continue their trip in Myrtle Beach on Tuesday against St. Joseph’s of Brooklyn.

Reunion panelmoves meeting

MERIDEN — Due to Tuesday’s nor’easter, the Meriden Sports Reunion Committee has moved its planned meeting to next Tuesday, March 21 at the Augusta Curtis Cultural Center.

Event chairman Patsy Papandrea is calling on all committee members to attend.

This year’s Meriden Sports Reunion, the 40th annual, is on the calendar for Tuesday, April 18 at the Meriden Elks Club. Enrico Buccilli and Chris Bourdon are the Sportsmen of Distinction.

There is a new emcee for this year’s event: Tony Terzi, the former TV and radio broadcaster who is now Communications Director for the City of Meriden.

Tickets for the 2023 dinner are available at Alan's Cup’n Saucer and Hunter Golf Course Pro Shop as well as from committee members David Fahey, Ed Grady, Rick Dickson, Tom Wodatch, Scott Aresco, Peter Daniels, John Young, Ed Woronick, Terry Bongiovanni, Ric Suzio, Jason Nelson, Ray Mainville, Bob Hettrick, Eric Lopez, Greg Post or Patsy Papandrea (203 235-5413).


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