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  • Regional Digest: Blake Named Coach of Year

    Blake Named Coach of Year Coach Eric Blake of Central Connecticut was named the NEC men's cross country coach of the year. Blake, who is in his sixth season at the helm, coached the Blue Devils to their sixth consecutive Northeast Conference championship...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • College Update: Kayla Mills, Katie Johnson help deliver USC soccer NCAA tourney berth

    College Update: Kayla Mills, Katie Johnson help deliver USC soccer NCAA tourney berth
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Kayla Mills (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2013) USC soccer sophomore: A PAC-12 All-Freshman selection a season ago, Mills was the Trojans’ lone All-PAC-12 first-team selection...
  • Central Women's Soccer Team Headed To NCAA Tournament

    Central Women's Soccer Team Headed To NCAA Tournament
    The Central Connecticut women's soccer team won the Northeast Conference championship and is headed to the NCAA Tournament. It's been awhile, since 2008, but this situation is nothing new for coach Mick D'Arcy, who has won six conference championships...
  • Lehigh Valley teams prepare for PIAA semifinals in soccer, volleyball, field hockey

    Lehigh Valley teams prepare for PIAA semifinals in soccer, volleyball, field hockey
    Field hockey Years ago Emmaus made postseason trips to Tulpehocken High School on the way to state championships. Said Green Hornets coach Sue Butz-Stavin, "That was back during the [playing on] grass days." Times have progressed. Tulpehocken now...
  • State Division I Men's Basketball Capsules

    CENTRAL CONNECTICUTl Last season: 11-19 Coach: Howie Dickenman, 19th season Top players: G Malcolm McMillan, F Faronte Drakeford, F Brandon Peel Keep an eye on: Who will emerge as a scorer in the absence of suspended guard Kyle Vinales? Vinales, a...
  • State Division I Women's Basketball Capsules

    CENTRAL CONNECTICUT Last season: 11-17 Coach: Beryl Piper, eighth season Top players: G Kaley Watras, F Amanda Harrington, F TeJahne Malone Keep an eye on: Watras averaged 8.5 points last season, shooting 35.7 percent on three-pointers. Expect her to...
  • Week 12 football recruiting notes: Geneva walking tall despite few D-I offers

    Week 12 football recruiting notes: Geneva walking tall despite few D-I offers
    Geneva football coach Rob Wicinski jokingly wondered whether some of his players would make better basketball recruits. Six-foot-3 senior quarterback Daniel Santacaterina, who orally committed to Northern Illinois, remains the Vikings' lone Division I...
  • On The Fly: Looking For A Diversion From NFL?

    On The Fly: Looking For A Diversion From NFL?
    Let us assume, for a moment, and frankly this isn't a big stretch, that the Jets will lose to the Steelers and the Giants will be sliced up in Seattle. The Patriots are not playing Sunday. So what's a sports fan to do? Go local, we say. The other...