Bridgeport Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Bridgeport, CT

  • Yesterday | via News Times 

    Chris Elsberry: Santa Chris pays visit with presents...

    Harding High School head football coach Eddie Santiago during FCIAC Football Media Night at Zody's 19th Hole Restaurant in Stamford, Conn., Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014.


  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Connecticut Post 

    SWC boys basketball preview: Bunnell will have its c...

    The opportunity of a rare 3-peat is on the table for Bunnell, which topped Kolbe Cathedral 68-64 in last year's SWC finale, but its path to a third straight conference crown goes through a diverse group of challengers. The 2013-14 season saw several perennial powerhouse squads maintain a firm grasp at the top of the conference, though some vastly improved teams established themselves as worthy challengers.


  • Saturday Dec 13 | via Connecticut Post 

    Sandy Sulzycki: The Week That Was

    Five players from Ludlowe were part of the Bridgeport Telegram's All-District high school football team: Backs Ed Lobdell and Alex Skultety, guard Bob Tomlin, end Bernie Skiba and tackle George Schumann. Rounding out the squad were backs Bill Drab and sophomore Zeke Turczi , center Ed Kozdeba and tackle Rudy Mauritz .


  • Wednesday Dec 10 | via The Day 

    Whalers start off with an easy win over Kolbe

    New London senior captain Deanna McCarvell was talking about her team's motivation for Wednesday, opening night of the high school girls' basketball season. "Yes.


  • Wednesday Dec 10 | via Connecticut Post 

    MLK Classic at Arena gets formal introduction

    Four state communities will be represented at Webster Bank Arena on Jan. 19, a day their boys basketball teams will come together to honor Martin Luther King Jr. The games should be all right, too. Dignitaries from the schools and the area formally introduced the Martin Luther King Classic at the Arena on Wednesday afternoon "I think it's great," Harding senior T.J. Killings said.


  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via News Times 

    For Danbury girls basketball, new cast takes center ...

    For three years, they were the role players, the supporting cast on the three-time FCIAC champions. They've learned the system, paid their dues and risen through the ranks.


Bridgeport High Schools

Bassick High School (1181 Fairfield Avenue)
Bullard-Havens Technical High School (500 Palisade Avenue)
Central High School (1 Lincoln Boulevard)
Classical Studies Academy (240 Linwood Avenue)
Harding High School (1734 Central Avenue)