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Sembler Earns Spot in East Haven Hall

 July 30, 2014

Bob Sembler took his role seriously as the point guard for the East Haven basketball team in the two years he started. A 1976 graduate, Bob-who works as an outpatient physical therapist for Yale-New Haven Hospital in its Guilford office-will be inducted into the...

Catching Stripes When Other Do Not

 July 30, 2014

August doldrums in July! Weird, isn't it? Yet, for whatever the reason, striped bass are acting as though we are in the middle of August when, here on the Sound, July has had some of the coolest temperatures. That certainly beckons anglers to fish the comfort...

Post 48 Seniors Finish the Summer Strong

 July 30, 2014

The Guilford Senior American Legion baseball team went 3-3 in its final six games to finish up its campaign 5-23 overall.

Junior Legion Reaches States, Falls in Opener

 July 30, 2014

The Guilford Junior Legion baseball squad reached the postseason, but Post 48 took an 8-0 loss to Zone 4 opponent Westport in the opening round at Staples on July 26. The playoff berth marked the program's first in two seasons and sixth overall.

Guilford Braves Baseball is Spring AAU Runner-Up

 July 30, 2014

The Guilford Braves baseball team finished as the East Shore AAU 9-U runner-up for the spring season. Pictured are (front row) Alex Vincent, Cole Vashel, Payton Powell, Luca Franchi, Carter Williams, Jack Farrah; (second row) Shane Considine, Andrew Shosho,...

Filippone Recognized as NHSACA Coach of the Year

 July 30, 2014

On July 11, Governor Dannel P. Malloy congratulated five Connecticut high school coaches on their receipt of the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) 2014 Coach of the Year Award. The NHSACA's annual award is considered the most prestigious...

Boys’ Outdoor Track Racing Toward a Very Bright Future

 July 25, 2014

While its dual-meet record was sub-par by basic numbers, Guilford boys’ outdoor track more than made up for that when it came to the states section of the postseason.

Alstott and Iranpour Make Nationals with Stingrays

 July 23, 2014

The Soundview Family YMCA Stingrays swimming program continues to see success as a handful of athletes recently qualified for the National Championships in Indianapolis based on their showings at the Connecticut Senior Championships at Wesleyan University.

U-10 Boys' Soccer Takes CIT Crown

 July 23, 2014

The U-10 SS boys' soccer team captured the CIT championship. Pictured are (back row) Coach Derek DeLucia, Aiden Beauvais, Eamon Nalefski, Cal Stephens, Max Petra, Henry Gunderson, Teddy Glover, Nate Pizzuti, Theo Freeman, Max Andrews, Manager and Assistant Coach...

The Dinner Plate is Nearing Empty

 July 23, 2014

When our plates are empty, we stop eating or, at best, finish off what's in the bottom of the pot. This trait seems to have transferred to striped bass fishing. Since stripers are a popular sport fish and make for a tasty meal, they're an easy target for...

Girls' Tennis Gave Top Adversaries All They Could Take

 July 23, 2014

On paper, it may not seem Guilford girls' tennis improved upon its 2013 state semifinal run, but when it came to the action on the court, the Indians exceeded expectations and made their high-quality opponents sweat it out.

Post 48 Junior Legion Edges Wallingford Twice

 July 16, 2014

The Post 48 Junior American Legion baseball team took a 4-2 loss on July 7 to Zone 3 first-place holder Middletown Red before rebounding with tight 7-6 and 3-2 victories against Wallingford on July 8 and 9, respectively.

Fucci Found Great Success Playing Among the Boys

 July 16, 2014

Normally the term "above par" carries a negative tone in golf, but for Sienna Fucci and her high school career, she shot high above in a positive way by hitting her goals and reaching new heights.

Fish Move for One Main Reason: To Eat

 July 16, 2014

In order for fish to survive in any environment, they need to have clean water in which to live, a food supply to replenish their energy, and a tolerable temperature range. Temperature drives behavior, which, as fishers, we translate into fish activity. This is...

Several Indians Make All-SCC for Spring Season

 July 16, 2014

The SCC recently announced its All-SCC team members for the various spring sports in the 2014 season and multiple Guilford Indians earned All-Conference honors.

Post 48 Seniors Show Fight in Wallingford Loss

 July 16, 2014

While the wins may not be there for the Post 48 Senior American Legion baseball team, one thing that has been present in the squad's dugout is the resiliency to bounce back after a harsh loss.

Fishing for Stripers at a Time That's Against All Odds

 July 9, 2014

While the big boats are out on the offshore reefs jigging, trolling, and dunking bunker when available-all searching for striped bass-there appears to be surge of catches closer to home. As the last of the sun slips into the darkened horizon or its rays just...

Siciliano Sprinted Past Many with Decorated Running Resume

 July 9, 2014

Sal Siciliano admits he started his Guilford running career after he tried his hand at other sports, yet finding his footing on the track and cross country terrains has proved a perfect fit.

Post 48 Seniors Drop Series to Meriden

 July 9, 2014

The Post 48 Senior American Legion baseball squad lost a tough four-game series to Meriden on June 28-29. First on June 28 in a doubleheader, Guilford took 13-2 and 10-2 home losses before playing the next day in another double dip and falling short in closer...

Post 48 Juniors Finish June Strong, Alive for Zone 3 Title

 July 9, 2014

After winning just two games a year ago, the Post 48 Junior American Legion squad is not only off to a surging start this summer, but the boys are also closing in on a state tournament berth and potential zone championship.

Benefit Ride Raises More than $1,000 for Crusaders

 July 9, 2014

Guilford's SHiFT Cycling hosted an epic benefit ride and champagne toast on June 13 to raise money for the Carl's Crusaders Closer to Free Bike Ride team in support of the Smilow Cancer Center. More than 30 cyclists showed up to fill the studio ready to ride and...

Girls’ Tennis Gave Top Adversaries All They Could Handle

 July 8, 2014

On paper, it may not seem Guilford girls’ tennis improved upon its 2013 state-semifinal run, but when it came to the action on the court, the Indians exceeded expectations and made their high-quality opponents sweat it out.

Boys' Tennis Stayed Hot, Healthy, Dedicated in Winning State Title

 July 2, 2014

Sometimes in sports, the best chance to win a title is first getting a mere taste of it. That's exactly what did the trick for Guilford boys' tennis this spring.

Penna’s Familiar Face Brings Fresh Start to Guilford Legion

 July 2, 2014

Lou Penna believes that baseball runs deep in his blood. He has been playing the sport for longer than he can remember and this summer Lou brings his passion for baseball to Guilford Senior Legion team as its new head coach.

OLM Wins PAL Championship for First Time

 July 2, 2014

The Our Lady of Mercy softball squad recently won the Greater New Haven Parochial Athletic League championship for the first time in the school's history after an undefeated season of 10-0. Pictured are Addie Kenney (Guilford), Katie Tilton (Madison), Pamela...

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