Tag Archives: Girls Indoor Track

O’Donnell to be honored as CHSCA coach of the year in cross country

CANTON – Canton’s Tim O’Donnell will be among 23 coaches who will honored as an Outstanding Coaching of the Year by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association (CHSCA) at its 53rd annual recognition dinner on Thursday, May 11, at the Aqua Turf in Southington. O’Donnell, who has coached cross country, indoor track and outdoor track andContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Briggs earns All-State honors for second year; 18 players earn All-NCCC recognition

CANTON, April 3 – Canton senior forward Emily Briggs earned All-State honors in basketball for the second straight year in voting conducted by coaches from around the state and the Connecticut High School Coaches Association (CHSCA). Briggs is the fourth girls in school history to earn All-State honors for multiple seasons in basketball. Teammate MaggieContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton girls 4×200 relay team races to a top 10 finish at State Open

NEW HAVEN, February 20 – It has been a record-setting season for the Canton High girls indoor track and field team this winter. The Warriors ended the campaign with another record-setting performance. Canton, which won their first NCCC championship earlier this month, received a school-record effort from their 4×200 relay team Monday at the StateContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton girls finish seventh in Class S; Mitchell and 4×200 relay qualify for Open

NEW HAVEN, Feb. 14 – The Canton High girls indoor track and field team continues to break barriers. A week ago, the Warriors won their first indoor track championship, claiming the North Central Connecticut Conference crown. On Tuesday night, Canton finished seventh at the CIAC Class S championship – their best finish ever – andContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton girls win first-ever NCCC indoor track title; Canton boys finish second

CANTON, Feb. 6 – It was a cold, January afternoon and Canton High coach Tim O’Donnell gave the athletes on the boys and girls indoor track team a choice. Since it was about 15 degrees, they could have their daily run in the hallways or go outside and workout on the track. Nearly half venturedContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon runners set three new school records at CCC championships

NEW HAVEN, January 28 – The Avon High indoor track and field team broke three school records in Saturday’s Central Connecticut Championships at the Floyd Little Athletic Center. Avon’s 4×800 relay team of Jack Stokesbury, Jon Hernandez, Matt Nyklicek and Zach Bortoff finished fourth with an indoor track school record time of 8:44.46. The quartetContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon runners race to personal bests, break school records

AVON – It was a busy two days for the Avon High indoor track and field program. The Falcons had athletes competing in multiple meets on multiple days this weekend as they continue to prepare for the upcoming Central Connecticut Conference championship meet. Some participated in the NCCC Invitational at Hartford Public on Saturday whileContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Mitchell helps Canton girls at Shoreline Coaches meet; Oberhausen 3rd for Avon

NEW HAVEN, January 15 – Canton freshman Chelsea Mitchell finished second in the 55 meter dash and third in the 300 meters to lead the Canton High girls indoor track and field team to a seventh place finish at the Shoreline Coaches Invitational Saturday at the Floyd Little Athletic Complex. Canton’s Max Sparks was secondContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Three Canton basketball players earn All-State honors

CANTON – It was a fine season for the Canton High basketball programs this winter. The boys basketball team won 17 games and lost the NCCC Tournament championship game on a 40-foot shot at the buzzer that banked off the backboard and in. The girls basketball won their first-ever state championship in March with aContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Solomon, Whittingslow win silver medals to help Canton take fifth in Class S

NEW HAVEN, Feb. 12 – The Canton High indoor track and field program is beginning to reap the benefit of its new outdoor track and field facility that opened in November 2014. While the field athletes couldn’t pull out the equipment and use it during the winter, the work they did in the spring helpedContinue ReadingContinue Reading