For basketball official Paul Liberty, it took a team of cool, trained heads to revive him when he collapsed during a game in Old Saybrook.
Area athletes play by the rules while remaining hopeful that they will have some semblance of a 2020 spring high school season.
MHS had to cancel its banquet, so here’s the rundown of award-winning athletes and the 72 who earned CCC All-Academic distinction.
In statement, CIAC says “there is a strong desire to provide student athletes some spring athletic experience if possible.”
Outfielder and walk-on out of Xavier endured two-year wait to get into Hawks’ lineup and contributed out of gate before season canceled.
Middletown senior wishes he could have played in the state tournament. Still, at MHS he had “the most fun I’ve ever had playing the game.”
The Noises celebrated their first state tourney win in 9 years before a sold-out gym, plus an awards night before everything came to a halt.
When the finality of the CIAC’s decision to cancel state tournaments hit home, coaches scrambled to make sense of it for their athletes.
Defending Class M champs put it all together in 2nd quarter; Vanessa Stolstajner scores 24 and Adela Cecunjanin has big game off the bench.
Seven new LED-fed towers are in place. The first night game of the high school season is April 24 between Xavier and Fitch.