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15 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
John McGinnis had two goals and an assist to lead fifth-seeded Bowdoin to a 5-4 victory over top-seeded Trinity in a NESCAC men's hockey semifinal Saturday at the Koeppel Center in Hartford.
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19 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Hard work and dedication are supposed to trump all, but in Fairfield County high school athletics, this is simply not true.
23 hrs ago | News Times
TOUGH DRAW: LL is stacked on the top half of the bracket. You could make an argument for any of the top 10 teams making a run to Mohegan Sun and nobody's road is going to be easy.
Yesterday | The Hartford Courant
Top row, from left to right: Busra Saral , Tianna Conway , Taylor Saunders , Erin Caesar , Victoria Santiago , Skyler O'Neil , Amber Fowler , LeeAnne Green , Andrew Owens '08 ; bottom row from left to right: Hannah Davis , Michaela Boyle , Mikayla Birney and Siobhan Boyle ; Not pictured: Coach Yassine Talhaoui and Assistant Coach Rachel Meyers .
Yesterday | The Day
Freshman Caitlyn Dittman scored 18 points and had 12 rebounds as St. Bernard School advanced to the quarterfinals of the CIAC Class S girls' basketball tournament, beating No.
Unlike soccer and hockey, or even football, in which a superior defensive effort can end in a shutout, a strong basketball "D" can only hope for minutes-long stretches of holding an opponent scoreless.
Naugatuck co-captain Ryne Griesenauer , who was named to the All-Copper Division team, and the Greyhounds will face Career in the opening round of the Class L tournament.
When any coach begins the season he or she works hard to get to know their players and encourage everyone to do their best on the ice, court, track or pool and to show good sportsmanship at all times.
Old Saybrook's Elizabeth Marshall hit two consecutive three-pointers to give her team a lead at the start of the second quarter of the Class M second round girls basketball game.
DANBURY, Conn. Three girls basketball players from Wooster School earned All-Star honors in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference after leading the team to its first New England Class E championship.
Norwich Free Academy senior Marcus Outlow reacts after making a 3-pointer during the Wildcats' 63-57 upset over top-seeded Ledyard during Wednesday's Eastern Connecticut Conference boys' basketball semifinals at Waterford High School.
Maya Bell of NFA rolls over with the basketball after battling with E.O. Smith's Holly Worski, right, for it in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's CIAC Class LL girls' basketball tournament second-round game at Norwich.
The newly-crowned three-time FCIAC champions weren't about to rest on their laurels with a dangerous Simsbury team coming to town for Round 2 of the Class LL state tournament.
For the third consecutive year, the Lauralton Hall basketball team is the South-West Conference champion after defeating Kolbe Cathedral, 45-36, in Monroe on Feb. 27. Carly Fabbri led all scorers with 21 points, including a pair of 3-pointers while Emily Menendez added eight for the Crusaders .
The Watkinson School Girls Basketball team are the Class D New England Champions after a convincing win over Chase Collegiate on Saturday 59-39 led by Coach Yassine Talhaoui of Windsor.
St. Thomas More's Yuta Watanabe scored 25 points but the Chancellors lost in the final of the National Prep Championship, falling to Brewster Academy in the final 88-77 Wednesday night.