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Coming off a 19-win campaign and a trip to the FCIAC final, the Cadets began this season with uncertainty in the infield.
Lacking a true superstar on the offensive end, the Staples boys lacrosse team is learning to spread the offense amongst a variety of talented scorers.
Rick Collins watched intently this past winter as Simsbury put together one of its best indoor seasons in program history.
Alex Eager and Jonathan DePascale scored four goals each and coach Brian Adkins' Foran High boys lacrosse team posted a 16-8 victory over Sheehan High from Wallingford in Milford on Monday.
Darien's Erika Osherow flips the ball to Kelly Vedola to retire Ludlowe's Nene Capeles during a regular season game on Monday, April 14. Photo: Dave Crandall Darien's Cassie Lopian beats the tag of Ludlowe's Nene Capelas during their teams' game on Monday, April 14. Photo: Dave Crandall The Fairfield Ludlowe Falcons hold a conference in the circle ... (more)
Ledyard High School senior Chenoa Sebastian was the State Open champion in the 55-meter hurdles in 8.42 seconds, the third State Open title of her career in the hurdles in both indoor and outdoor track.
Down 5-0 in the fifth inning, visiting Fairfield Warde's softball team had its chances of climbing back into the game dashed as St. Joseph doubled its lead with five runs in that frame en route to a 10-0 triumph on Monday afternoon in Trumbull.
Darien junior Stephen Barston tossed six scoreless innings and collected a win in his first career varsity start Monday to help the Blue Wave shut out Fairfield Ludlowe 5-0 at Darien High School.
Xavier High of Middletown is No. 1 in The Courant's first area high school baseball ratings of the season.
Nick Zuczek returns to St. Bernard School for his junior season. He was the runner-up in the Eastern Connecticut Conference boys' tennis tournament last season.
The Rock Cats defeated the Sea Dogs 6-3 in Portland, Maine, Sunday, salvaging the final game of a four-game series.
The Naugatuck boys and girls track teams will have their work cut out for them as they try to stay competitive in a much-improved Naugatuck Valley League.
Doug Domnarski went the distance in the second game as the UConn-Avery Point baseball team swept a doubleheader Saturday from Dean College in NJCAA Region 21, winning the opener 5-2 in nine innings and the second game 7-3.
The Greenwich High School baseball team capped a successful week by rolling to an 8-0 victory over visiting Southington on Saturday.
East Lyme High School goalie Greg Swenson made 16 saves Saturday, 10 in the first half, as the Vikings topped Conard 4-3 in a boys' lacrosse matchup at East Lyme.