The Hornets finish the season in a tie with East Haven atop the SCC Tier 3 standings.
GUILFORD — It didn’t take very long for Hand to show why it will go into next week’s CIAC state playoffs as the No. 1 team in the state.
Holy Cross was playing in its fifth final; the last was in 2017, an OT loss to Old Lyme, wich had won the past four Class S titles.
Tournament MVP Emily Dempsey led second-seeded Avon, which soared to the 3-0 triumph. Dempsey notched 16 kills and nine digs for Avon, which finished 23-2 overall.
Old Saybrook boys soccer coach Sam Barnes won state titles as a player during his junior and senior seasons.Now, he has won back-to-back state titles in his final two seasons after coaching the Rams for 26 years.
Only East Lyme stands in the way for the Guilford girls soccer team is on the verge of winning their first Class L state championship in six years.
MILFORD — Old Saybrook will play for a second straight CIAC Class S championship after Shon Ryan’s penalty kick 2:26 into the first overtime was the difference in a 4-3 victory over No. 9 Cromwell on Tuesday night.
SOUTHBURY — With the Pomperaug and Guilford girls soccer teams posting a combined 21 shutouts during the regular season and two more in states, goals were going to be at an absolute premium in their Class L quarterfinal matchup Saturday.
MADISON — Look closely on Hand’s 2017 football roster, and you’ll find the player who has become the top running back on the No. 1 team in the state, the senior who has put his name in the school record book a couple of times. He’s there.
The 32nd Annual Branford Sports Hall of Fame dinner will be held on Friday November 22nd at Woodwinds Restaurant 29 Schoolground Road Branford. Eleven outstanding individuals will be honored for bringing honor and distinction to the Town of Branford. Tickets are $55 and are available at the …
This was the fifth straight year that Morgan was in the Shoreline final — and playing in the sixth postseason game in the last four seasons between these two rivals, most notably last year’s Class S state championship game, won by Old Saybrook.
Ball possession was about a 50-50 split in the Shoreline Conference final and Westbrook gave North Branford a strong challenge. But a strong defense and a game-winning rebound goal gave North Branford its fourth Shoreline title.
WEST HAVEN — Guilford is the most successful team in Southern Connecticut Conference tournament history, reaching half of the championship finals ever played.
The Hand football team, No. 1 in the GametimeCT Top 10 Poll, found itself in a spot it has not been in much the last few seasons, trailing after the opening possession.
Senior Kayla Howard, a fixture for the Hand girls soccer team since she was a freshman, now tries to provide leadership and experience for the younger players.
In the 2018-19 school year, Palmer went on to accomplish the impressive feat of winning two state titles as a coach in two different sports at two different schools in the same school year - Guilford field hockey Class M title, Hand girls tennis Class M title.
OLD SAYBROOK — Coginchaug/Hale-Ray/East Hampton committed two turnovers in the first six minutes of its season opener, and in the closing minutes Saturday the Blue Devils’ second unit got careless and allowed two scores.
MADISON — Phoenix Billings and the Hand football team understand the pressure which comes with being part of a team which has won two consecutive state championships. Billings and company showed no signs of that pressure Friday evening.
MADISON — The Tigers aren’t running from anything. In fact, they have embraced the idea of the journey to get there, not just focusing on the ultimate prize.
BRISTOL — The Madison Little league baseball All-Stars clicked in every phase of the game this season and that talent led the team to the state title, representing Connecticut in the Little League Baseball New England Regional tournament this week.
BRISTOL — As disappointing as Madison Little League’s opening loss was to Vermont on Sunday in the first round of the Little League New England regional, Madison manager James Maynard was confident his talented 13-player squad could rebound in the loser’s bracket.
BRISTOL — It’s been an impressive postseason so far for the Bradford, Vermont Little League team, which went 7-0 in its state tournament, tossing three shutouts along the way.