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Tomahawks' season ends in semi-final

The Tomahawks did so many things right this season, but for the third season in a row, they just didn't seem to have the right answer for Xavier, as Glastonbury High dropped a semi-final footba...

Unlucky bounces keep Tomahawks from perfection

The perfect end to the perfect season just wasn’t in the cards for the Glastonbury High School girls’ soccer team...

Tomahawks advance to finals

As it should, the competition gets tougher in the later rounds of the Class LL tournament. On Nov...

Lady Tomahawks near goal of title repeat

The Glastonbury High School girls' varsity soccer team has moved within two games of its goal of winning a second Class L state title. The Tomahawks trumped Darien 4-0, on Nov...

Tomahawks fall to Trojans in quarterfinal

In field hockey, as in any sport, luck is often a factor. Glastonbury High School's field hockey team was on the short end of luck on Nov...

Tomahawks complete undefeated season, turn page to tournament

The Glastonbury High School girls' varsity soccer team capped a 16-0 season with a decisive 7-0 win over Wethersfield on Oct. 31...

Tomahawks double 'Dig Pink' goal

The Glastonbury High School girls' volleyball team took its worse loss of the season on Oct...

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...

Lady Tomahawks still facing tests

After a 1-0 victory at East Catholic (7-2-2) on Oct...

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...

After blemish, field hockey team comes out swinging

After a minor hiccup, the Glastonbury High School varsity field hockey team is proceeding with its plans to play a dominating season and head to the playoffs...

Soccer team finds winning ways, continues to improve

The Glastonbury High School boys' soccer team struggled early this season, starting off with a 0-1-1 record, but has since won five straight (through Oct...

Cross-country athletes embrace team mentality

Glastonbury High School girls' cross-country team is just that – a team, in what is often thought of as an individual sport...

GHS football lights up Friday nights

On Sept. 14, the Glastonbury High School football team played the first game of its new season under the newly-installed lighting system at the school's turf field...

Volleyball team getting it done with all-team effort

The Glastonbury High School volleyball team is off to a 3-0 start (after a win over East Catholic on Sept. 19) and has yet to lose a set...

UConn coaching legend retires

In a press conference on the floor of Gampel Pavilion – where thousands of baskets have been made by his players over his 26-year career – coach Jim Calhoun announced his retirement on...

Rough start for talented Tomahawks

Coach Mark Landers and the Glastonbury High School boys’ varsity soccer team are in unfamiliar territory...

Pickleball's popularity growing locally

Pickleball is perhaps best explained as a less-exerting version of tennis...

Field hockey team looks to new leaders for continued success

Keeping the Glastonbury High School varsity field hockey team's level of performance consistent may prove a little more tricky this year, after losing two regional All-American attackers (Ashle...

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