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  • In The Spotlight: Ray McCarthy, Somers Lacrosse

    In The Spotlight: Ray McCarthy, Somers Lacrosse
    Class: Senior Position: Attacker Accomplishments: Led his team last season with 62 goals and 25 assists. ... Was named All-NCCC and first-team All-State. Scored the game-tying goal with four seconds left and assisted on game-winning goal in overtime...
  • High School Golf: All Together For Granby Boys Team

    When the Granby boys golf team beat Coventry on Tuesday at Skungamaug Golf Course in its first match, coach John Bikowski got to see something he had barely seen all season — his whole team together. "It is just an unusual year," Bikowski said...
  • Basketball recruiting notes: Notre Dame's Joe Mooney makes the most of AAU circuit

    Basketball recruiting notes: Notre Dame's Joe Mooney makes the most of AAU circuit
    Notre Dame was a top-20 team all winter, but perhaps it didn't really get its due until its season ended. The same is true of the Dons' best player, Joe Mooney. The scholarship offers are finally starting to pour in for the senior sharpshooter, more...
  • From dimensions to location to electrical wires, Warwick offers a unique baseball setting

    From dimensions to location to electrical wires, Warwick offers a unique baseball setting
    NEWPORT NEWS — In describing what makes Warwick High’s baseball field the most unique on the Peninsula, if not the 757, let’s begin with the setting. To the left, some 100 feet behind the third-base line, is Warwick Boulevard. When...
  • Boo Williams' girls tournament evolves, consolidates with 12 courts at Hampton's convention center

    Boo Williams' girls tournament evolves, consolidates with 12 courts at Hampton's convention center
    Local basketball impresario Boo Williams' willingness to adapt and evolve led to a seismic shift in his annual Nike girls mega showcase. For 30 years, Boo's annual boys and girls tournaments were staged at schools and gyms all over the Peninsula, and...
  • High School Lacrosse Game to Watch

    High School Lacrosse Game to Watch
    No. 2 McDonogh (10-3) at No. 3 Loyola Blakefield (8-1) When: Saturday, 2 p.m. KEY PLAYERS McDonogh: Robert Clark, Sr., A; Robby Black, Sr., MF; Jacob Stover, Sr., G. Loyola Blakefield: Ryan Conrad, Sr., MF; Alex Roesner, Sr., A; Jake Stout, So. G...
  • Aurora Christian looks to reload after winning 1A state championship

    Aurora Christian looks to reload after winning 1A state championship
    There are not too many coaches in the history of track and field who can claim what Anna McQuade did on back-to-back weekends last spring in central Illinois. On consecutive late May weekends last year, McQuade guided the Aurora Christian girls and boys...
  • Central High parents, students concerned about football program

    The Central High School library was packed with parents and students who wanted to verify that the district's football program was still in play during a recent Central Community Unit School District 301 board meeting. "I know many of you are here...
  • Piano Recital

    MANCHESTER - The Werner Piano, Organ and Vocal Studio will present its 85th annual recital at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 60 Center St, May 8, beginning at 7 p.m. Participants include beginner and advanced students. The event is free and open to the public....
  • Calvert Hall football coach Donald Davis to help instruct in South Korea

    Calvert Hall football coach Donald Davis to help instruct in South Korea
    Calvert Hall High School head football coach Donald DavisĀ is one of seven USA Football Master Trainers who will lead instruction during a pair of football clinics in South Korea. Hosted by the U.S. Army Garrison at Camp Humphries, the May 2-3 clinics will...
  • Ayala High's Jonathan Buckley pitches a winner against diabetes

    It's not difficult to envision senior right-hander Jonathan Buckley of Chino Hills Ayala one day pitching in the major leagues. He's 6 feet 4, 195 pounds, has a fastball in the upper 80s mph and is mature beyond his years. "When he's on, I'll put him up...