After beating Portland 2-0 in Shoreline quarterfinals, Blue Devils look forward to another crack at the unbeaten Wildcats.
As crucial stretch in Shoreline looms for the Panthers, duo accounts for each score in 3-1 victory … East Hampton routs Old Lyme.
Tigers defeat Hand with three goals in first 10 minutes … Prince, Larson score two each for Portland girls … Coginchaug boys win 2-0.
Cougars pile up goals, shut out T-Birds … Coginchaug and East Hampton play to 1-1 tie … Riegler and Donlan score in Mercy’s victory.
Caden Hetrick-Rivera’s goal in 72nd minute lifts Portland past Hale-Ray … Cromwell, East Hampton, Old Lyme also prevail in the Shoreline.
After scoreless first half, Joe Salafia, Zach Randazzo and Logan Fox put in goals to give the Panthers a 2-0 start to the season.
Middletown and Cromwell will field teams in the Connecticut Elite Baseball Association, an alternative to the canceled Legion season.
Middle school coach Craig Franklin and player mom Laurie Peterson had unbreakable connections with the Highlanders program.
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.