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  • Can Lafayette avoid the pitfalls that plagued it all season when it faces Lehigh at Yankee Stadium?

    It probably isn't fair to define an entire football season by one series, but in the case of Lafayette's 4-6 record heading into the 150th meeting with Lehigh Saturday at Yankee Stadium, the Leopards' first possession of the fourth quarter of the season...
  • The Game Is The Highlight

    Saturday's Yale-Harvard matchup in Boston is one of the biggest games in the history of The Game. Kickoff is at 12:30 p.m. Yale (8-1, 5-1 Ivy League) and Harvard (9-0, 6-0) both enter with a shot at the Ivy title for just the seventh time in 58 meetings,...
  • Harvard Beats Yale 31-24 To Win Ivy League Title

    Harvard Beats Yale 31-24 To Win Ivy League Title
    BOSTON — Trailing by 17 points in a cold and hostile environment, the Yale football team gathered around its coach with 15 minutes left in The Game Saturday at Harvard Stadium. "We don't quit," Reno said he told his players. "This team doesn't...
  • Emotions Run Highest In The Game

    Emotions Run Highest In The Game
    BOSTON — The Game was relevant in every way again, among the patricians as well as the peasants who would tune in to watch Handsome Dan lick Kirk Herbstreit's face. And when it was over, with the victorious Harvard players lingering for at least a...
  • On The Fly: Suzy Whaley Still Breaking Barriers

    On The Fly: Suzy Whaley Still Breaking Barriers
    Suzy Whaley, known for breaking barriers before, did it again when she was elected secretary, becoming the first female officer in PGA of America history. The resident of Farmington also is the first person from the Connecticut Section PGA to be an...
  • Girls basketball blog: Area's top players heading east for college

    Girls basketball blog: Area's top players heading east for college
    Bishop McNamara senior point guard Khadaizha Sanders will follow other highly recruited players from the area by attending college on the East Coast. Sanders signed her letter-of-intent Wednesday to play for Rutgers and coach C. Vivian Stringer. She...
  • A viewer's guide: What college football games to watch this weekend

    Each week our national college football writer describes how he would handle the television remote on Saturday, handicapping what's worth watching, and skipping: MORNING Indiana (3-7) at No. 6 Ohio State (9-1) 9 a.m., Big Ten Network (BTN) Indiana...
  • Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials

    Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials
    The reconstruction of the Dieruff football program can't be judged by wins alone. While the Huskies have won nine games over the last two years after going 7-92 over the previous decade, progress can be measured in less subtle ways. The officials...
  • Yale WR Randall Set To Add To All-Time Record For Receptions

    Yale WR Randall Set To Add To All-Time Record For Receptions
    NEW HAVEN — On the weekend of the Harvard game each season, Yale's football team assembles a ballot of rising seniors considered worthy of captaincy. It is a position of honor, one borne throughout the 142 years. Once compiled, the list is...
  • State Football Capsules: Huge Game For Sacred Heart

    Saturday's matchup between Sacred Heart and Bryant in Fairfield is essentially a conference championship game. Sacred Heart, looking to earn the Northeast Conference's automatic bid to the FCS playoffs for the second year in a row, enters 8-2, 4-1 in NEC...
  • Yale Not Focusing On Past Success; Reno Wants To Win 'Em All

    Yale Not Focusing On Past Success; Reno Wants To Win 'Em All
    NEW HAVEN — After Yale defeated Columbia Saturday for its sixth victory – the most in Tony Reno's three seasons as coach — he was asked how he would have felt if someone had told him before the season his team would be 6-1 (3-1 Ivy)...