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Miranker Nets Road OT Winner for Field Hockey Versus HK

 September 16, 2014

Sometimes in sports, it’s not about who wins the battle in the stat book, but more about never quitting and finding the right spot to strike, which is just what the Guilford field hockey team did to gain its first victory of the year.

Young GFD Volleyball Team Ready to Bring Fire on the Floor

 September 10, 2014

Under the guidance of a new, but familiar face, the Guilford volleyball team aims to build upon postseason berths of the past two campaigns and have some of its SCC rivals take notice.

Junior-Laden GFD Football Ready to Replace Senior Losses

 September 10, 2014

While it completed a historic 2013 campaign by capturing the program's first-ever outright SCC Division II West title, the Guilford football team saw many key players graduate, though fortunately for the Indians, they have an underclass that is up to the task of...

Girls' Soccer to Harvest New Talent as Defending Champs

 September 10, 2014

It's hard to repeat as a conference and state champion in any high school sport, but the Guilford girls' soccer squad is going to utilize every component of its team to try and answer that challenge.

Girls' Cross Country Looks to Build Upon Solid Postseason

 September 10, 2014

The Guilford girls' cross country squad comes off of a 2013 campaign that saw the Indians race to sixth at the SCC Championship with a score of 151 following a 3-1 season in Hammonasset Division action-missing out on the division title by a mere point in a 27-28...

Field Hockey Looks to Mature Throughout the Year

 September 10, 2014

Head Coach Kitty Palmer begins her 33rd campaign with the Guilford field hockey team following a 13-6-1 campaign that saw the Indians reach the SCC Tournament and earn a bid into the quarterfinals of the Class M State Tournament.

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,...

Junior-Laden Guilford Football Ready to Replace Senior Losses

 September 4, 2014

While it completed an historic 2013 campaign by capturing the program’s first-ever outright SCC Division II West title, the Guilford football team saw many key players graduate, though fortunate for the Indians, they have an underclass that is up to the task of...

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.

Branhaven FallBall Softball

 September 3, 2014

The fifth annual Branhaven softball league will have its season from Sept. 7 through Oct. 19 with games on Sundays for high school and travel softball players. For info, contact Ed Crisafi at 203-376-6753 or at edcrisafi@yahoo.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...

Meyer Moving Up as New Guilford Volleyball Head Coach

 September 3, 2014

Laura Meyer has grasped a good sense of what the Guilford volleyball program is all about and she now gets to implement what she has learned toward making the Indians a force in the SCC once again.

Guilford U-13 Boys' Hoops Wins Middle School Division

 September 3, 2014

The Guilford U-13 boys' basketball team won the Middle School Division of the Mike Small Summer Basketball League in Wallingford. The squad finished the regular season 8-2 and then beat Wallingford Ulrich in the semifinals and the Hamden Fathers in the final,...

Guilford Parks and Rec Concludes Co-Ed Summer Softball

 September 3, 2014

The Guilford Parks and Recreation summer co-ed softball league concluded on August 18 when the 3rd-seeded Special Events Screen Printing defeated No. 5 seed Bullard Financial in a best-of-three championship series. A total of seven teams participated this...

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...

Rogers Put His Best Foot Forward for Post 48

 August 27, 2014

They say distance makes the heart grow fonder and that saying can certainly apply to Tyler Rogers. After taking a somewhat lengthy six-year hiatus from the sport of baseball years ago, Tyler jumped back into Majors and has battled his way to becoming a solid...

Post 48 Juniors Exceeded Goals in 14-Win Turnaround Year

 August 27, 2014

Sometimes coaches can tell in a season's infancy stages that they will have a special group of players and that was the case for Jon Reinecke and his Post 48 Junior American Legion baseball squad.

OLCC Holds Annual Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Tournament

 August 27, 2014

Over 40 ladies participated in the tournament and raised $4,239.00 for the Terri Brodeur Foundation. The event includes nine holes of golf, a silent auction and raffle, and a luncheon. The winners of the tournament this year were Helene Nichols of Essex (first...

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...

Haig Held Down the Defensive Fort for Post 48

 August 20, 2014

Nerves set in when David Haig went through his first tenure in the outfield, but this time around on the American Legion circuit, the man in center was cool, calm, collected, and chased down everything hit to him.

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