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1 hr ago | The Hartford Courant
"I know that's what they say we are, but we feel we're better than that," he said.
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5 hrs ago | Fairfield Citizen-News
Fairfield Warde girls basketball coach Dave Danko speaks to the Mustangs during a timeout on Thursday, March 6 in Middletown during Warde's 37-22 loss at Mercy in the second round of the CIAC Class LL girls basketball tournament.
9 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Trailing by as many as eight points early, Bunnell dropped into a zone against its hot-shooting opponent Wednesday for the first time all season.
13 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
The game plan for East Hartford centered on keeping Elijah Pemberton outside the lane and forcing him to try to find other shooters.
Glastonbury didn't have a particularly strong start against Xavier High of Middletown in the first round of the Division I tournament Wednesday, but it did have the lead.
The Naugatuck boys basketball season came to an end on Monday in the first round of the Class L state tournament with a 72-53 loss to No.
Better than 20 years of age separate Cliff LaRose, a veteran high school and collegiate softball umpire, and Tom McDonald, the long-time but since retired softball and basketball coach at Milford's Lauralton Hall.
New London's Nick Barner reaches in to try and grab a rebound away from Conard's Aida Maloney during Tuesday night's Class LL state tournament game at Conway Gym.
Coach Erin McHugh and the Darien 8th grade girls basketball team won the season-ending tournament in the Fairfield County Basketball League.
Waterford coach Greg Gwudz couldn't bring himself to look at the time as Connor Lewis caught an offensive rebound with the clock headed for zero Tuesday night and still had to spin to face the basket and shoot the ball.
Take one look at the bodies as the Fairfield Prep boys basketball team steps on the court each night and it's easy to see why the Jesuits have been the state's benchmark this season.
Just three days after making the game-clinching play that gave the Cromwell girls basketball team its third-consecutive Shoreline Conference championship, Nicole Rojas was back in the spotlight as the Panthers started the defense of its CIAC Class M championship in an opening round match against visiting #31-seeded Enfield.
Josh Green was on fire last week. The 6'2" senior guard scored a sizzling 21 second-half points en route to a game-high 24 as Cromwell defeated East Hampton, 75-56, to earn its second Shoreline Conference Boys Basketball Championship in the last three seasons Friday, March 7, at Wilbur Cross High School.
The South Windsor senior forward missed three free throws at the start of the game.
Darien guard Matt Staubi attempts to get by his defender in the opening quarter of the Blue Wave's first round state tournament game at Guilford on Monday, March 10. Photo: Andrew Callahan George Phillips looks to pass the ball, as teammmate Chima Azuonwu finishes setting a screen in the opening quarter of Darien's first round state tournament game ... (more)
Mike McClean had never made a game-winning shot before Monday night, but the Stratford junior picked a great time to come through with his first.