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Fermi-Enfield co-op hockey team working towards common goal

Last year, the Fermi-Enfield ice hockey team took the ice for the first year as a co-op program. This season, the squad added two more schools to its co-op program - Stafford and East Granby...

Young coach and players turning Raider program around

The Enfield High School girls’ basketball team was stuck in a rut for the past few years, but the program has begun to turn it around behind second-year head coach Megan Willis...

Raiders top cross-town rival Falcons

The Enfield/Fermi high school rivalry has been thriving for the better part of three decades, but with the recent high school consolidation getting ready to take place, there will not be too many m...

Falcons pick up where they left off

The Enrico Fermi boys' basketball team may not have had a successful 2011 season by most accounts, but the team took home a few positives...

Raiders look to win fourth conference championship

The Enfield High School boys’ basketball team comes into the 2012 season looking for its fourth North Central Connecticut Conference title in as many years...

Seniors fuel Thanksgiving drubbing

Before Enfield High School celebrated Thanksgiving, they honored their seniors and then played the season finale football game with the Sports and Medical Sciences Academy/University Tigerhawks (3-...

Falcons fall in state tournament quarterfinals

The Enrico Fermi High School boys' soccer team (12-6-1) advanced to the Class L state tournament quarterfinal with relative ease, but had their hands full as they squared off with the RHAM Sach...

Fermi drops Senior Night game versus E.O. Smith

The Enrico Fermi High School football team (0-8) was looking to end its 20-game losing streak with a win in the final home game of the season versus the E.O. Smith Panthers (3-5)...

Falcons clipped in season finale

The Enrico Fermi High School girls' volleyball team (3-15) squared up with cross-town rival Enfield on Nov...

Raiders drop season finale

The Enfield High School boys’ soccer team pushed North Central Connecticut powerhouse and rival Suffield to the brink during an Oct...

Falcons look to improve tournament seeding

The Enrico Fermi High School boys’ soccer team (9-5) created some separation in the Central Connecticut Conference East Division and Class L state tournament with a decisive 3-0 victory over...

U.S. women's soccer makes a splash for Connecticut fans

The Olympic gold-medal-winning U.S. Women's National soccer team played to a 2-2 draw vs. Germany, on Oct. 23, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford...

ECC cross-country championships memorable for local runners

Norwich Free Academy’s Brianna Lenehan won bragging rights as the fastest girl in the Eastern Connecticut Conference on Oct. 18, at the ECC championships in Norwich...

Raiders fall on the road to Wildcats

The Enfield High School girls’ soccer team lost 7-0 to the North Central Connecticut Conference leader and undefeated Suffield Wildcats at Beneski Turf Field on Friday, Oct. 12...

Women's national soccer team returning to Rentschler

The gold medal-winning U.S. women's soccer team will be playing an exhibition match vs. Germany, on Oct. 23, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford...

Boxing returns to Enfield after 50 years

Stars filled the night sky and stars were also out at ringside, when boxing returned to Enfield for the first time in more than 50 years on Sept...

Experienced Raiders look to turn season around

The 2011 Enfield High School girls’ volleyball team finished its season with a 5-10 record, falling just short of the Class M state tournament by three wins...

Raider offense expected to lead team to state tournament

The Enfield High School girls’ soccer team returns seven starters from last year's team that made the Class M state tournament and finished the season with a 9-5-2 record...

Senior-laden Falcons poised to return to state tournament

Last season the Enrico Fermi High School girls’ soccer team missed the state tournament for the first time in 12 years behind a rash of injuries and close losses...

Mount Carmel Society to bring back outdoor boxing

The sport of boxing has been around for more than 3,000 years, waning and swelling in popularity over the course of history...

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