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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...

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.

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.

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.

Guilford's Climie Named SCC Assistant of the Year with North Haven Lax

 June 25, 2014

The North Haven boys' lacrosse program experienced a season of new heights this spring and Guilford resident John Climie did an award-winning job of helping the Indians soar against SCC and state competition.

Murphy’s Tenacity Helps Indians Win State Title

 June 18, 2014

A majority of coaches would say that their player's most outstanding moment was a successful one, however, Guilford boys' tennis Head Coach Andy Raucci says junior Matt Murphy's defining moment was when he lost.

Donovan Dominated as SCC’s Most Outstanding Player for Mercy

 June 11, 2014

For shortstop Astin Donovan, the SCC Tournament was her final chance to show the conference how clutch she can be and she knocked that opportunity out of the park.

Kenefick Has Done It All as a Stellar Sprinter

 June 4, 2014

Much like a smooth-moving automobile, Tim Kenefick's odometer keeps rolling without any signs of slowing down.

Jacobs Moves All Over the Turf for Indians' Lax

 May 28, 2014

Marnie Jacobs loves lacrosse for its fast-paced action, and the senior has no problem keeping up with that action all around the field.

Etter Always on Point for Indians' Tennis

 May 21, 2014

During the long grind of a tennis match, staying focused on the task at hand is a key trait, and one Emily Etter displays every time she takes the court.

Lemieux’s Leave from Tennis Brings More Strength

 May 14, 2014

After a strong junior court campaign, Luke Lemieux admitted he needed a short break from tennis, but based on his play thus far this spring, it feels like he never skipped a beat.

East Haven’s Distance Team is in Faitsch’s Hands

 May 7, 2014

Guilford resident and former Indians' track and field coach Jon Faitsch has moved on to East Haven to help good friend Rusty Dunne coach the distance team, which has been a struggling part of his squad for years.

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