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HK Field Hockey Outshoots Guilford in 2-1 OT Loss

 September 24, 2014

Apopular phrase in sports is that "stats don't lie" and can help identify the victors in many games, but there was recently an exception for the Haddam-Killingworth field hockey team in an early-season tilt.

HK's Brandon Sets Blue Dragon XC Course Record

 September 24, 2014

Cross CountryOn Sept. 12, both Haddam-Killingworth teams traveled to Veterans Memorial Park in Middletown to compete in the Middletown Blue Dragon Invitational.

Night Time Fall Striped Bass Fishing

 September 24, 2014

The autumnal equinox just passed, marking the official start of fall and, hopefully, a run of fish that will test the skill of many anglers. We've already seen an increase in the bite activity throughout Long Island Sound and, with the air and water temperatures...

Nuhn Had His "A" Game in Leading Mets to Horseshoe League Title

 September 24, 2014

Todd Nuhn got his start in the Deep River Horseshoe League by being a last-minute substitution, although he rapidly worked his way into a permanent position and recently achieved a personal milestone.

HK Field Hockey, XC, Swimming Have Solid Openers

 September 17, 2014

Field Hockey

Sheldon Park Project Gets Grant for New Tennis Courts

 September 17, 2014

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has awarded a $15,000 grant to the town of Killingworth for construction of the town's first tennis courts, which are being installed at Irene Sheldon Park as part of a $750,000 overhaul of the 40-year-old park.

Anglers are Prepping for Fall Fishing

 September 17, 2014

Rapidly approaching is the time of year in New England where so much comes together in the world of fishing. Forgetting all the seasonal changes we need to keep in perspective and the resumption of activities so many of us are otherwise engaged in, the open...

HK Girls' XC Holds Strong Mix of Veterans and Rookies

 September 10, 2014

Following its two top 10 postseason finishes, the Haddam-Killingworth girls' cross country squad is ready to use a balance of familiar faces and newcomers to bring itself even closer to championship glory this year.

HK Field Hockey Looks to Grow as a Group in Title Defense

 September 10, 2014

While aiming to retain its Shoreline Conference championship, the Haddam-Killingworth field hockey team looks to also bolster itself as an entire unit and as individuals.

HK Boys' XC Looks for Postseason Peak After Runner-Up Spots

 September 10, 2014

In 2013, the Haddam-Killingworth boys' cross country team was one spot away from capturing both Shoreline Conference and Class SS state titles, but now the Cougars are looking to trade a pair of second-place slots in for gold.

Former HK Cheer Coach Withington Excited for Guilford Coaching Slot

 September 10, 2014

Mary Withington is about giving athletes opportunities when it comes to coaching, and she is hoping the latest one afforded to her leads to an even better future for Guilford.

In Fishing, Some Things are Meant to Be

 September 10, 2014

While we patiently wait for the striper coast to come alive, signifying what might be a fall run, the bluefish are filling that gap. Tidal rivers have been filled with Atlantic menhaden and that has prompted some voracious feeding. If the angler was patient,...

HK Rec Department Fall Programs

 September 3, 2014

The Haddam-Killingworth Recreation Department is featuring a variety of programs this fall. The department is offering a fitness yoga class, a Get Fit! Class, Zumba, an aqua aerobics class, toddler swim classes, a parent and kid soccer class, and the Karate Kids...

Winter Shoreline Senior Tennis

 September 3, 2014

The Shoreline Men’s Senior Tennis Group is taking sign-ups for its indoor doubles season this winter that starts in October and runs for 26 weeks. Play takes place at Madison Racquet Club on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For...

Connecticut Hornets Softball Tryouts

 September 3, 2014

The Connecticut Hornets U-10 travel softball team is holding tryouts for starting pitchers and position players. Those interested may contact coach T.R. Beurer at cthornets10u@gmail.com.

GNH Warriors Ice Hockey First Strides Program

 September 3, 2014

The Greater New Haven Warriors Youth Hockey Association is holding a First Strides program that will emphasize the basics those aged 4 to 10 at Northford Ice Pavilion every Saturday and Sunday from Sept. 13 to Oct. 15. The is no fee to participate, although all...

Defenders AAU Win “War at the Shore” Tournament

 September 3, 2014

The Connecticut Defenders AAU Elite 11U baseball team defeated the New York Tigers 10-1 on Aug. 3 to win the "War at the Shore" Tournament at Bridebrook Park in East Lyme. To reach the championship game, the Defenders had to defeat the Rhode Island Red Sox and...

What’s in Store for This Year’s Fall Run?

 September 3, 2014

Once past Labor Day, striped bass anglers are focused on the upcoming fall run. We all know that, although the overall striped bass population at this point in time is not overfished, the female biomass (capable of producing billions of eggs) has been on a...

Makowicki Progresses to Junior Legion Coach

 August 27, 2014

Tom Makowicki of Essex has been coaching baseball for the better part of eight years, and moved into the role of head coach for the Westbrook White Junior Legion squad this summer.

Flip-Flop Gymnastics Year at a Glance

 August 27, 2014

Flip-Flop Gymnastics is so proud of their gymnasts for a great competition season. To celebrate, coaches, along with gymnasts and their families, gathered together for the annual Team Awards Picnic to acknowledge especially hard-working and outstanding members...

Defenders AAU Win “War at the Shore” Tournament

 August 27, 2014

The Connecticut Defenders AAU Elite 11U baseball team defeated the New York Tigers 10-1 on Aug. 3 to win the "War at the Shore" Tournament at Bridebrook Park in East Lyme. To reach the championship game, the Defenders had to defeat the Rhode Island Red Sox and...

NY Edges Ahead of CT in Final Stages of Bluefish Tourney

 August 27, 2014

It was flat calm and that's when the rods went, off claiming one bluefish after another. The surface gave little indication of what was down below, but anglers fishing the weekend's bluefish tournament felt the fury of successive hits. From this flurry of...

The Metamorphosis of High School Athletics

 August 25, 2014

In the past two decades, I have gone from being an active player on the high school athletics circuit to being a spectator who not only sees and reports on the game being played, but gets a look into the coaches’ side as well. This unique perspective...

This Friday is the Registration Deadilne for $25K Bluefish Tourney

 August 20, 2014

This year is going to be quite interesting when the 'Greatest Bluefish Tournament on Earth' kicks off in view of last year's developments. For those not in the loop, this column on January 22, 2014 ("Cheaters Go Down for the Count") gave kudos to the tournament...

Post 103 White Juniors Won Seven Despite Lack of Experience

 August 20, 2014

Coming into the summer of 2014, Coach Tom Makowicki had high hopes for his Westbrook White Junior American Legion baseball squad, but was also realistic about the fact that most of his players had no prior Legion experience and that he had no experience coaching...

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