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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

Glastonbury captures first-ever Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League

SOUTH WINDSOR, Aug. 4 – It took several days to complete but the Glastonbury Arrows have finally grabbed their first Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League championship. The Arrows swept the best-of-3 championship series with a 4-2 victory in 10 innings over the Manchester Mavericks on Friday night at Rotary Field. Game two began on Tuesday nightContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Spieth maintains one stroke lead at Travelers at the midway point

Jordan Spieth followed up Thursday’s career-best opening round score on the PGA Tour with another solid round of golf Friday here in Cromwell at the Travelers Championship to remain in first place, one stroke ahead of Troy Merritt and Patrick Reed. Wesley Bryan and Daniel Summerhays are two strokes back with a two-round total ofContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Crowds help energize Spieth in Travelers’ debut; Zaback gets off to slow start

The weather was great Thursday for the first round of the Travelers’ Championship at the TPC River Highlands here in Cromwell. The crowds were strong. And Jordan Spieth was on a roll. Spieth had eight birdies to shoot a 7-under-par 63 to take the lead after the first round of the Travelers’ Championship. Spieth hasContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Knox faces tough field in quest to defend his title at Travelers

CROMWELL, June 20 – Five of the top 15 golfers in the world are in Cromwell this week for the Travelers Championship including No. 3 Rory McIlroy and No. 4 Jason Day. Jordan Spieth (6) and Justin Thomas (12) are each in the top 15. Paul Casey is 16th and Patrick Reed is 17th. “Whoever winsContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Six top 20 players coming to play in Cromwell at the Travelers Championship

CROMWELL, June 16 – The Travelers Championship announced its final player field for next week’s tournament at the TPC River Highlanders in Cromwell. Three of the top five ranked players in the world will be in Cromwell along with six of the top 20. Rory McIlroy (No. 2), Jason Day (No. 3) and Jordan SpiethContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Four receive exemptions to compete at Travelers

CROMWELL, June 15 — The Travelers Championship golf tournament announced that Wyndham Clark, Brett Coletta, Beau Hossler and Ryan Ruffels have received exemptions and will compete in the 2017 tournament next week at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell. Coletta, Hossler and Ruffels all turned professional in the past year. Clark intends to make hisContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Granby alumni meet to benefit Grier family

GRANBY – The second annual Jared Grier Granby High alumni track meet will be held Sunday, June 4, at Granby High. Entry fee is $25 and proceeds benefit Grier family. Grier graduated from Granby High in 2014 and was a freshman studying mechanical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester. He was injured when heContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Kirk helps Black Wolves edge Toronto and earn another one-goal victory

UNCASVILLE, April 2 – Evan Kirk tied his own franchise record with 56 saves, and the New England Black Wolves took another step toward qualifying the National Lacrosse League playoffs, edging the Toronto Rock 15-14 at Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday before 5,200 fans. It was the seventh one-goal game of the year for theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

With early lead, Colorado races away from Black Wolves

UNCASVILLE, Conn., Feb. 26 – A second-half rally fell short as the New England Black Wolves dropped a 14-9 decision to the Colorado Mammoth in National Indoor Lacrosse League action Sunday afternoon at the Mohegan Sun Arena. Trailing by first-half deficits of 6-1 and 7-2, the Black Wolves crept back to within 11-8 on aContinue ReadingContinue Reading