As crucial stretch in Shoreline looms for the Panthers, duo accounts for each score in 3-1 victory … East Hampton routs Old Lyme.
Senior forward abandons pursuit of program’s scoring record, answers her coach’s call to help the Blue Devils on defensive end.
Every week, the NFL team recognizes a high school coach in the tri-state area who “best serves the interests” of football.
Warriors coach Kathy Scott reflects on the program’s first conference championship in 33 seasons, plus full list of All-Shoreline picks.
H-K coach Mike Shea: “We’ve built a reputation already … of who we could be, and we did that in the Shoreline tournament. And now we’ll try to do that” in Class M.
Cardinals, the NESCAC runner-up, build 21-point lead, go on to beat Bantams on their home field for first time since the late 1990s.
Rams outlast Panthers 1-0 in the quarterfinal round of the Shoreline Conference tournament, will meet Coginchaug in semifinals Tuesday.
Middletown walks off with championship when Colin Loria doubles home two runs in the seventh to defeat Windsor/Windsor Locks 7-6.
The senior, sidelined by a broken collarbone, has a record 2,283 yards. The Cougars hope he heals quickly and returns this season.
With strong support system that includes his future college, Coginchaug left-hander is on the way back from Tommy John procedure.
Middletown High graduate also has stepped up his game at Bryant, where he’s put the school’s club golf team on a better track.