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Brockett Made Smooth Move to Center This Summer

 July 30, 2014

Chris Brockett will field any position his coach needs him to and this summer Senior Legion Coach Charlie Flanagan needed Chris in center field, a position he hadn't played in years.

Girls’ U-14 Soccer Reaches Semis of Joe Conte Tourney

 July 30, 2014

The North Haven U-14 girls' soccer squad recently wrapped up a great season in which it reached the semifinals of the Joe Conte Tournament.

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...

Prep Legion Goes 12-12 for Regular Season

 July 27, 2014

The North Haven Prep Legion baseball team recently wrapped up the regular season in its debut campaign and Coach Chris Farina said he’s pleased with how his athletes performed as they learned more about the game while winning some games.

Farina Pleased with Prep Legion's First Season

 July 25, 2014

The North Haven Prep Legion baseball team is in the home stretch of its debut campaign and Coach Chris Farina said he’s pleased with how his athletes are performing as they’re learning more about the game while winning some games.

Uyeki's Speedy Wheels Keep on Turning

 July 23, 2014

If you go to an Indians' boys' soccer or lacrosse game, try not to blink too much-you might miss Colin Uyeki fly by his opponent and make a game-changing play that propels his team to victory.

Sinoway Holds Junior Majors All-Star Festivities

 July 23, 2014

Max Sinoway Little League recently hosted its All-Star weekend for the U-10 Junior Majors level that saw an exciting All-Star contest and Home Run Derby. In the All-Star game, the American League won an offensive slugfest against the National League by the score...

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...

Post 76 Ends Season by Winning 3 of 4

 July 19, 2014

North Haven Senior Legion baseball has had a rough go of things this summer as it was unable to reach the postseason, although Post 76 collected a nice parting gift last week by winning its series against Hamden to eliminate that squad from playoff...

Meyers Strikes the Right Balance with Sinoway Baseball

 July 17, 2014

Coaching Little League requires a blend of compassion and constructive criticism and Chip Meyers brings both those traits to Montowese Field as a skipper and president of Max Sinoway Baseball.Chip played in Max Sinoway Little League before graduating from North...

U-14 Girls’ Soccer Has Fantastic Year with 15 Wins

 July 16, 2014

The North Haven U-14 girls' soccer squad recently wrapped up a fantastic season in which it posted a record of 15-3-4 and reached the semifinals of the Joe Conte Tournament, losing to eventual champion Haddam-Killingworth 2-1 in the final seconds.

Post 76 Prep Drops to 9-9

 July 16, 2014

The North Haven Prep Legion baseball team took a pair of one-run losses last week to fall to 9-9 on the campaign. Post 76 first dropped a 3-2 decision in eight innings to Madison at Bailey Road Field on July 9, followed by taking a 5-4 defeat against the...

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...

Post 76 Prep Drops to 9-9

 July 12, 2014

The North Haven Prep Legion baseball team took a pair of one-run losses this week to fall to 9-9 on the campaign. Post 76 first dropped a 3-2 decision in eight innings to Madison at Bailey Road Field on July 9, followed by taking a 5-4 defeat against the Westport...

Indians’ Softball Missed Playoffs by a Whisker

 July 10, 2014

North Haven softball found itself in an unusual spot this spring as the Indians missed the state tournament for the first time in several years, falling one victory short at 7-13.

Migliorini Proved the SCC’s Best in Girls’ Tennis

 July 9, 2014

When you win 40 matches in your first two years playing high school tennis, the expectations skyrocket as your opponents know your name and want to beat you. So what do you do while wearing the bull's-eye in your subsequent season? In the case of Emily...

Scarano and Tabak Win NH Soccer Club Scholarships

 July 9, 2014

Recent North Haven High School graduates and Indians' boys' soccer alums Frankie Scarano and Zach Tabak were each awarded a $500 scholarship from the North Haven Soccer Club. Scarano and Tabak earned these scholarships based on their participation and service to...

Edmond Card Helps CT Softball Take 4th at Special Olympics

 July 9, 2014

North Haven resident and athlete Edmond Card recently helped the Team Connecticut Unified Softball team notch a fourth-place finish at the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games. The event took place in the Princeton, New Jersey area between June 14 and 21.

Prep Legion Takes Two Versus West Haven

 July 9, 2014

The North Haven Prep Legion baseball team swept a doubleheader with West Haven on July 6, winning 7-4 and 13-5 to improve to 9-7.

Post 76 Seniors Take Three, Drop Two

 July 9, 2014

The North Haven Senior Legion baseball team won three of its five contests last week by taking a 3-1 home loss to New Haven on July 1, routing New Haven at home 13-1 two days later, winning at Ansonia 4-0 on July 5, and then splitting a home doubleheader with...

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...

Indians’ Baseball Overcame Adversity for Solid Season

 July 5, 2014

Even though the North Haven baseball team had its back against the wall this spring, the Indians stayed strong and climbed it as a unified group en route to another postseason appearance.

Soccer Standout Kanyo Serves Up Great Debut in Tennis

 July 2, 2014

Janos Kanyo had already established himself as an All-Oronoque defender for Indians' boys' soccer, but this spring Janos decided to try his hand at a new sport when he joined the tennis team. Despite having no prior competitive court experience, Janos made a...

Max Sinoway Hosts Majors All-Star Game

 July 2, 2014

Max Sinoway Little League recently held its Majors All-Star Game for those aged 11 and 12 at the Max Sinoway Baseball Complex.

Prep Legion is Even Steven at 7-7

 July 2, 2014

After losing two games last week, the North Haven Prep American Legion bounced back to earn a 9-8, eight-inning win against West Haven and stand at 7-7.

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