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Stafford/East Windsor football trying to build momentum

On Oct. 1, under the lights of Carl Angelica Field, the Stafford Bulldogs football team went head-to-head with the Enfield Raiders in an action-packed battle of offensive wills...

Wickham Park hosts statewide cross-country race competition

High school cross-country teams from all over Connecticut came to the Wickham Park Invitational in Manchester on Oct...

East Windsor High girls’ soccer team brings lots of spirit

On Sept. 26, the East Windsor High School girls’ soccer team took the field against Stafford...

Bulldogs football looks to get back on track after rocky season

Off to a soggy start, Bulldogs football is back in action at Stafford High School. Thirty young men on the Stafford-East Windsor combined team began conditioning indoors the week of Aug. 18...

East Windsor softball wraps up regular season

It was a rainy Monday afternoon when the East Windsor High School Panthers headed onto the softball field to play Avon...

National Champion Huskies congratulated by President Obama

The University of Connecticut men’s basketball team, under the direction of Hall-of-Fame Coach Jim Calhoun, received congratulations from President Barack Obama on Monday, May 16, during a...

East Windsor HS boys’ track off and running

Gearing up for a new season, the East Windsor boys’ track team began indoor conditioning the third week of March...

EWHS softball takes the field for new season

Softball season is underway at East Windsor High School, and April showers did not dampen the first weeks of practice...

Terrorcats turn toward tournament

Even though his hockey team lost an overtime game, 3-2, to West Haven on Feb. 23, coach Paul Dowe of the Tri-Town Terrorcats was upbeat...

Panthers push to sneak into tournament

“You always want your wins to be reflective of and parallel to the work you put in, and sometimes that doesn’t happen,” said East Windsor High School boys’ basketball coach John Cessario, just before his team took the floor to face Bolton at home on Feb. 15. He was trying to emphasize that his players have given it everything they have, but the result is not often registered in terms of wins and losses. “These guys come after it every day,” he added...

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