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Stephens Continues Run as a Stone-Wall Goalie

 September 24, 2014

With a vast soccer background in her blood and tons of time in the net, it comes as little surprise that Emily Stephens has played such a strong role as Guilford's stingy goalkeeper.

Carr Drove Herself, Girls' Soccer to New Highs

 September 17, 2014

Julia Carr says that growing up, she was given a soccer ball and just, "went with it", and fortunately for her and Guilford, "it" has led to a ton of bright moments for both her and the Indians.

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.

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.

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...

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.

NB's Savio Had No Stealing Allowed Policy as Post 48 Catcher

 August 13, 2014

Given Ryan Savio's abilities as a defensive catcher for Guilford Junior Legion, one could argue that he was a security guard in the field for Post 48 because virtually no one stole on him.

Maiorino Helped Others Shine in Special Olympics Games

 August 6, 2014

Stephanie Maiorino embodies the Special Olympics oath, "Let me win, but if I can't win, let me be brave in the attempt," as she helped her teammates from across Connecticut take home the bronze medal in the soccer event this past June.

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.

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