Canton girls soccer team has played plenty of close games

CANTON, Oct. 17 – The Canton High girls soccer team has three games left in the regular season and two are at night. The Warriors (2-9-2, 2-9-2 NCCC) host winless Hartford Classical on Saturday at 7 p.m. under portable lights at the turf field in Canton as part of the annual night doubleheader. The CantonContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Thousands run in Hartford races, one couple gets engaged at the finish

HARTFORD, Oct. 14 – Every October, runners flock to Bushnell Park for the annual Eversource Hartford Marathon and Half Marathon. More than 7,500 runners competed in three races on Saturday – the 26.2-mile marathon, the 13.1 mile half-marathon and the 3.1 mile 5K road race. All three races finished at Bushnell Park. In the mainContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Under Vaudreuil, Tulsa Roughnecks earn first-ever playoff berth in USL

TULSA, Oklahoma – A year ago, the Tulsa Roughnecks soccer team had the worst record in the Western Conference of the United Soccer League (5-21-4), scoring a league-low 25 goals. Twelve months later, the Roughnecks (14-14-4) have finished in the top eight of the USL’s Western Conference and secured the franchise’s first-ever playoff berth underContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton girls finish undefeated for second time; seek first NCCC crown

WINDSOR LOCKS, Oct. 11 – The Canton High girls cross country team put four runners in the top seven to beat Somers, 24-31 and outlast Suffield, 20-35 on Wednesday and finish the dual meet portion of the North Central Connecticut Conference (NCCC) season undefeated with a 13-0 record. It’s the second undefeated season in schoolContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon runners end dual meet seasons with wins over Farmington, Innovation

FARMINGTON, Oct. 11 – It’s been a challenging season for the Avon High boys cross country team. Thanks to some injuries, it hasn’t turned out the way that the Falcons had hoped it would. But Avon finished the dual meet portion of the season on a strong note Wednesday beating Farmington and the Academy of ScienceContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Young Canton soccer team continuing to learn, blanked by Ellington

CANTON, Oct. 9 – It’s a young team on the field this fall for the Canton High boys soccer team. The Warriors (3-5-1) are learning as they progress through the campaign. The team has just five seniors and a host of juniors and underclassmen who are gaining varsity experience on the field. Canton dropped aContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton spikers push their opponents to the limit in five-game decisions

CANTON, Oct. 6 – The Canton High girls volleyball is still a young program – now playing in their sixth varsity season. A year ago, the Warriors had their first-ever winning record, going 11-9 and earning a spot in the Class S tournament for the second year in a row. The Warriors are getting moreContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Defense helps Avon outlast Northwest Catholic and earn second win of season

WEST HARTFORD, Oct. 7 – Avon’s Jadon Folkwein had the big game-winning touchdown run on Saturday against Northwest Catholic – a 53-yard scamper in the fourth quarter that put the Falcons ahead for good as Avon snapped a three-game losing streak with a 10-7 victory over the Lions in CCC Division III play. But thisContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Fast start propels Ellington past Canton ’11’ for first victory of the season

ELLINGTON, Oct. 7 – The Ellington High football scored 27 unanswered points to open Saturday’s Pequot Conference Uncas Division contest and rolled to a 41-8 victory over a young Canton team. Nick Abbuzzese and Robert Martinez-Ecker each ran for two touchdowns as the Purple Knights (1-4, 1-3 Pequot Uncas) earned their first victory of theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon girls take third at Wickham Park Invitational; Sparks 2nd at Brewster Bear

MANCHESTER, Oct. 7 – Avon’s Sara Leavens finished 11th as the Avon High girls cross country team finished third in the seeded race at the 34th Wickham Park Invitational on Saturday. The Falcons had three girls in the top 25 in the race, led by Leavens, who finished with a time of 20:33. Emily Foley was 13th inContinue ReadingContinue Reading