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  • Girls Soccer Preview: Northwest Catholic May Be Team To Beat In Class M

    Girls Soccer Preview: Northwest Catholic May Be Team To Beat In Class M
    Tyler Webb is out of the girls' soccer business. This offseason, Webb stepped down as head coach at Simsbury in hopes of pursuing other career opportunities. But that doesn't mean he's done watching. Webb still has his eye on the girls' game and last...
  • Area High School Girls Soccer Preview Capsules

    Preview capsules for area high school girls soccer teams which replied to The Courant's request for information. Compiled by Matthew Conyers. CCC NORTH EAST CATHOLIC-MANCHESTER Last year: 11-7 Coach: Liz Palmer Top players: Liza Brasa, sr., goalie;...
  • Circle The Calendar: Area High School Football Games To Watch

    Fifteen games to consider for the coming season. [Compiled by The Courant's Tom Yantz]: North Haven at Xavier-Middletown at Palmer Field, Middletown, Sept. 21: Defending Class LL champion Xavier puts its 26-game winning streak on the line against the...
  • GVSU QB Heath Parling Suffers Torn ACL, Out For Season

    GVSU QB Heath Parling Suffers Torn ACL, Out For Season
    The Grand Valley State Lakers suffered a huge loss Sunday when their worst fears were confirmed, Heath Parling is out for the season. Parling suffered a torn ACL during the second drive of yesterday's 28-0 road win over the Tiffin Dragons and had an...
  • Roundup: Reservoir shuts out Mt. Hebron, 6-0, in softball semifinal

    No. 5 Reservoir softball team relied on its defense again and quieted the Mount Hebron bats in a Class 3A East regional semifinal Thursday. Winner Rachel Brown struck out four and shut out the Vikings, 6-0. The Gators (16-3) have given up one run in the...
  • Salisbury moves on to Division III lacrosse final with 7-2 win over Stevenson

    Salisbury moves on to Division III lacrosse final with 7-2 win over Stevenson
    The Salisbury men's lacrosse team has a defense that doesn't get as much attention — or respect — as the offense. That might change after sophomore goalkeeper Alex Taylor made a game-high 19 saves and the defense limited visiting Stevenson to...
  • Postscript from Stevenson at Salisbury

    Defenseman Andrew Sellers and goalkeeper Alex Taylor were unified in their assessment that Salisbury’s offense deserves every inch of print and every second of the highlight reel as that unit is tops in Division III. The Sea Gulls defense is not...
  • Salisbury's Ryan Clarke drawing opponents' attention lately

    Playing on a starting midfield that is headlined by Division III’s Outstanding Player of the Year in Sam Bradman, junior Ryan Clarke might have figured that he’d be able to fly under the radar. But despite Bradman ranking second on...
  • SUNY-Cortland vs. Salisbury: Three things to watch

    SUNY-Cortland vs. Salisbury: Three things to watch
    These teams have split the previous 10 meetings, but Salisbury has won the last three contests. They’ve met five times in the NCAA tournament, and the Sea Gulls are 3-2, including 2-1 in the title game. SUNY-Cortland (21-0) is making its seventh...
  • Postscript from SUNY-Cortland vs. Salisbury

    Salisbury’s run to Sunday’s 14-10 victory over SUNY-Cortland in the NCAA tournament final at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., and the program’s 10th national championship was fueled by senior midfielder Sam Bradman’s six-...
  • Maggie Tyler, Poquoson softball work quickly for shutout victory in Region I opener

    Poquoson pitcher Maggie Tyler seemed committed to keeping Monday's first-round Region I game moving quickly. In a game which took just 55 minutes to complete, the Islanders shut out visiting Park View 10-0 after four and a half innings due to the mercy...