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11 hrs ago | News Times
Most believe the Staples and Danbury High boys soccer teams will be near the top of the FCIAC standings by the time the playoffs roll around in late October. Tuesday's showdown between the two sides did nothing to dissuade that.
11 hrs ago | Westport Now
Staples's Josh Berman celebrates his first-ever varsity goal tonight at Danbury. The sophomore headed in Daniel Perez Elorza's corner kick with just five seconds to play in the first half.
15 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News
Westhill's Tomas Pinto-Leite, right, heads the ball as New Canaan's Brett Capone deflects it with his chest, during boys soccer action in Stamford, Conn., on Tuesday Sept. 16, 2014.
19 hrs ago | Darien News-Review
Darien goalie Kate Fiore shouts commands to her defense during the Blue Wave's soccer game against Greenwich at Greenwich High School on Wednesday, Sept. 10. Five days after blowing by FCIAC power Greenwich 3-0 in its season opener, the Darien girls soccer team lost by the same margin to another conference foe, Fairfield Warde , Monday outside Darien High School .
22 hrs ago | New Canaan News-Review
After surrendering zero sets through its opening two games, the New Canaan girls volleyball team took to the floor Monday having yet to endure any sort of adversity. Two sets into their home game with Fairfield Warde , the Rams' first test of 2014 had arrived in the form of an 0-2 deficit.
Yesterday | Orange Live
"Amity Regional is extremely proud of the success of its many programs, but does not condone a "win at all costs" attitude. The purpose of the program is to ensure a positive experience for those students who choose to participate.
Yesterday | The Day
Josh Handler scored three goals as unbeaten Montville High School rolled to a 5-0 victory over Griswold on Monday night in a game between teams ranked in the top 10 of the state's Class M/S boys' soccer poll. Eric Ross and Kyle Apicelli also scored goals for top-ranked Montville , which outshot No.
Yesterday | The Day
NFA's Abby Mattern, left, and Taylor Korenkiewicz both lunge to return a serve against Ledyard in the second game of Monday's ECC Large Division volleyball match. Ledyard won 3-1.
Casey Cochran wants to be able to remember the glory day. That's why he is passing on continuing to play football.
Students at Farmington Valley high schools are in the running for national merit scholarships, which will be awarded this spring. Four students at William H. Hall High School have been named semifinalists.
Windsor's Germaine Everett-Welcome did a little bit of everything for the Warriors in their season-opening 13-6 win over Manchester at Wethersfield High School Saturday night. The 6-foot, 225-pound senior played offensive tackle, had two interceptions, one to seal the game with 30 seconds left, while playing linebacker and rushed for 46 yards on seven carries, including a 12-yard touchdown in the final minute.
Given the way last season deteriorated for Masuk football, with the proud program landing in a playoff-less muck because of a player-coach mutiny that was never quelled, Joe Lato 's mission upon arrival was to restore order. Yes, before drawing up a depth chart, before assigning captains, and heck, even before winning games in his new digs, it was up to the new coach to repair a football family.
The Jonathan Law boys soccer team played Hamden High to a 2-2 draw in Milford on Friday. "After one of the slowest starts to a game since I've been in charge, we responded with an intense second half and we were fully deserving of the win," Law coach Donato Piselli said.
The Woodland cross country teams are looking to pick up where they left off last season, with a title defense in one hand and the possibility of a league title in the other. Finishing 2013 with an undefeated record of 13-0, the girls cross country team became Naugatuck Valley League champions under 14-year head coach Jeff Lownds.
Joseph Mwamba threw three touchdowns passes and ran for another as the Platt High School football team pulled away in the fourth quarter and beat Waterford, 47-40, in a non-conference game on Friday night. The score was tied at 34 in the fourth quarter when Tyzahn Leatherwood scored on a 1-yard run.
The Foran High football fell behind 24-7, rallied back with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns, but fell to Fairfield Warde, 24-21, in an SCC-FCIAC Challenge game at Tetreua-Davis Field on Friday night. "We ran out of time, that's what I just told my kids," Lion coach Jeff Bevino said.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:28 pm
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