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Community continues to rally around RHAM Middle School teacher

The annual staff-versus-students basketball game at RHAM Middle School is traditionally a fundraiser for scholarships for the eighth-grade Washington, D.C., trip...

Lady Bobcats hold heads high after loss in finals

The South Windsor Lady Bobcats advanced all the way to the CIAC Class LL girls’ basketball finals, but fell to Lauralton Hall by a score of 68-53 in front of a crowd at the Mohegan Sun Arena...

E.O. Smith-Tolland Bucks just miss state title

The E.O. Smith-Tolland Bucks came about as close to a CIAC Division III championship as a team can come without winning it...

Vernon's Bob Berger remembered for dedication to baseball

Life-long Vernon resident Bob Berger passed away on Feb...

Tri-Town hockey takes rebound year all the way to semi-finals

The Tri-Town Terrorcats went deep into the CIAC Division III hockey tournament, after a 7-11-1 regular season earned them the 11-seed...

‘The First Tee’ teaches golf skills and life skills to young students

East Hartford public schools Health and Physical Education Department and The First Tee of Connecticut are working together to bring life skill lessons and positive core values to the children of t...

E.O. Smith boys' basketball ends successful season

With a tough loss to Farmington on March 12, the E.O. Smith boys’ basketball team ended an extremely successful 2013-14 season in the second round of the Class L state tourney. The E.O...

Woodstock boys' basketball ends run on high note

The Woodstock Academy boys’ basketball team (19-5) entered the Class L state tournament as last year’s title holder...

Glastonbury Tomahawks get big win in first round of hockey tournament

It's safe to say the Glastonbury High School boys' hockey team was pumped up after a thrilling, hard-fought 2-1 win over rival Xavier in the first round of the CIAC Division I tournament on...

'BCR' hockey team wins conference, drops state tourney match

The Bolton-Coventry-Rockville-Lyman Memorial co-op hockey team felt the highs and lows of tournament season in the past week...

Special Olympians compete at Windham High School

The 35th year of the Special Olympics Invitational Swim Meet was held at Windham High School, and this year there were 11 different teams involved from Massachusetts and Connecticut...

Wolf Pack welcomes Hebron Elementary School

Hebron Elementary School music teacher Kim Sheppard headed up the stairs from the bottom level of the XL Center in Hartford the evening of March 7...

Windham wrestlers wrap up successful season

The Windham High School wrestling team finished the 2013-14 season with a 23-4 overall record, and a 6-0 record within ECC Small...

East Hampton celebrates its long history of basketball fever

“East Hampton’s basketball teams have a long, rich tradition and history," said David Arcidiacono, a local sports historian mostly known for his stories about 19th century baseball...

Griswold's Adam Davis will play football, baseball for Coast Guard Academy

Griswold High School senior Adam Davis has accepted an appointment to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, where he will play both football and baseball...

Tolland girls notch win #300 for coach Vincent Cianfarani

Coach Vincent Cianfarani notched his 300th career win, as his Tolland High School Lady Eagles took out Windsor Locks in the first round of the CIAC Class M tournament on March 3...

Ellington just misses NCCC title game, turns to state tourney

The Ellington High School boys’ basketball team just missed its bid for an NCCC title, as the Knights dropped the conference semifinal match to Granby by a score of 64-61...

'ETB' hockey team ends great season in first round of tourney

The East Catholic/Glastonbury/South Windsor co-op hockey team’s season came to an end at the hands of the Hall/Conard team in the first round of the state tournament, on March 3...

East Hartford High School cheerleaders are top competitors

It’s been a great season for the East Hartford High School Hornets cheerleading squad...

MHS Indians lose final home game, look forward to post-season

“We’re definite underdogs,” said Manchester High School head basketball coach Bob Healy, going into the Feb. 25 game against powerhouse Windsor High School...

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