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  • HS Football Ratings: Newtown Takes Step Up; Coginchaug Joins Area 10

    HS Football Ratings: Newtown Takes Step Up; Coginchaug Joins Area 10
    Newtown defeated then-No. 4 Ansonia 14-8 to end the Chargers' 48-game winning streak and moved up three spots to No. 3 in The Courant's weekly state high school football ratings. Southington and Darien remained in the top spots. Coginchaug-Durham...
  • High School Football Fabulous 15

    High School Football Fabulous 15
    Each week during the high school football season, beat writer Tom Yantz evaluates the top individual performances in the area and selects his Fabulous 15. The best from Week 6: Chris Dingwell, Maloney: Had 320 passing yards and three touchdowns in 21-20...
  • Chicago college sports bar guide

    Chicago college sports bar guide
    Looking for a local bar to cheer for your alma mater? This guide will help you zero in on where to stake out some space on college football gamedays. Bar owners and alumni groups: Don't see your bar included here? We'll be adding to this guide ...
  • High School Football Ratings: Southington In Familiar Spot; Canton Enters Area Top 10

    High School Football Ratings: Southington In Familiar Spot; Canton Enters Area Top 10
    Canton and Shelton are responsible for the only movement in The Courant's weekly state and area high school football ratings. The Warriors, 5-0 and atop the Pequot Conference's Uncas Division, enter the area ratings tied at No. 10 after a comeback win...
  • The hunt for 'Red' alternatives

    The hunt for 'Red' alternatives
    Retiring a mascot can be contentious for diehard fans, but two area high schools have found that time helped ease the transition. Lemont High School called its teams the Indians until the mid-1960s, when a surplus of schools using the same mascot...
  • Southington Stays No. 1 In Football Ratings

    Southington Stays No. 1 In Football Ratings
    Cheshire moved into a tie for 10th with Hand-Madison in The Courant state football ratings after its 42-28 victory against West Haven. Southington remained No. 1 in the state and area ratings. New Canaan is No. 2 in the state and Windsor No. 2 in the...
  • Boynton too much for Stranahan, wins 54-27

    Boynton too much for Stranahan, wins 54-27
    BOYNTON BEACH – Simply too fast! That is what Boynton Beach was Friday night at Homecoming in a 54-27 starching of Stranahan in a District 15-6A matchup. It didn't matter who touched the ball – all the Tigers did was score, every time they...
  • Wethersfield Shuts Out Middletown, But Loses QB

    Wethersfield Shuts Out Middletown, But Loses QB
    WETHERSFIELD — A crowd of about 2,000 filled the stands and the hills around Cottone Field to see one of the more memorable victories in Wethersfield history Friday night. The Eagles' defense was relentless in a 14-0 victory over Middletown, No. 7...
  • Football: North Hollywood upsets Bernstein behind QB Jesus Castaneda

    After a 7-7 halftime time, North Hollywood wore down Bernstein and knocked off the No. 1 team in City Section Division III, 27-14, on Friday night. "It's definitely my biggest win in the program," said second-year Coach Carlos Trujillo. "I'm very...
  • George R.R. Martin is not dying, and 'Game of Thrones' leads Emmys

    George R.R. Martin is not dying, and 'Game of Thrones' leads Emmys
    “Game of Thrones,” HBO’s adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s epic fantasy novels, earned a leading 19 Emmy nominations on Thursday in North Hollywood. Meanwhile, over on the other side of the Atlantic, the 65-year-old Martin was...
  • NCAA: Connecticut's Geno Auriemma broke rule with call to Mo'ne Davis

    NCAA: Connecticut's Geno Auriemma broke rule with call to Mo'ne Davis
    Thirteen-year-old Little Leaguer Mo'ne Davis rose to stardom because of her work on the mound, but now she has been caught up in an NCAA basketball caper from out of left field. According to the Hartford Courant, an unnamed school filed an official...