New Haven, CT Basketball

St. John’s soccer falls to Yale in non-conference finale

Yale University, St. John's, Central Connecticut Blue Devils men's basketball, New Haven. St. John’s soccer falls to Yale as Big East play looms. The St. John’s soccer team headed to New Haven, Connecticut on Sunday looking to close out non-conference play on a high note, but instead the Red Storm lost to Yale by a score of 2-0.
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New Britain Herald

Windsor's Dawkins nets three in win over New Britain

NEW BRITAIN - Windsor's Justin Dawkins scored twice in the first half to give Windsor a lead that New Britain was chasing through the last 46 minutes of play Monday night in a 6-2 final. Dawkins first score came in the 13th minute of play to break the scoreless tie....
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Photos from No. 4 Oregon's 48-7 win over Stony Brook

Fourth-ranked Oregon blasted Stony Brook 48-7 on Saturday evening at Autzen Stadium. The Ducks played a ton of players, including a pair of freshmen in reserve of injured starter Anthony Brown. photographer Craig Strobeck was on hand to document the evening's action and snapped dozens of images. Here is...
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Obituary: Robert E. (Bob) Stauffer

SOUTHINGTON — Robert E. (Bob) Stauffer passed away on Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, at the Hospital of Central Connecticut. He was predeceased by his wife of 64 years, Florence (Dobosz) Stauffer. Bob was born in Waterbury on Feb. 4, 1930, son of the late Albert F. and Dorothy (Doolittle) Stauffer....
New Haven Register

Jeff Jacobs: Basketball recruit Desmond Claude getting attention of college coaches at Putnam Science

PUTNAM — College coaches, some of the biggest names in the sport, roll into town, roll past the cascades of Cargill Falls and park on Maple Street. The caravan to the tiny gym for the intense intra-squad scrimmages has become an annual rite each September at Putnam Science Academy. Some days there may only be a handful of head coaches and assistants. Some days, like when the world seemed to be chasing Hamidou Diallo, there has been as many as 50 representing 35 schools.
Connecticut Post

St. Theresa Parish Travel basketball tryouts

All tryouts will take place in the St. Theresa School gym. There is no tryout fee. Enter gym through door on side of gym near the back-parking lot. Masks will be required for all players participating in tryout. All questions will be answered at the first tryout. All teams consist...

Stony Brook Women’s Basketball Staff Update

Stony Brook University women’s basketball head coach Ashley Langford has announced the additions of assistant coach & recruiting coordinator Shireyll Moore and video coordinator Zach Goding to her coaching staff ahead of the 2021-22 season. Moore brings over a decade of experience to Langford’s staff as she most recently served...

Former Fairfield Citizen, Conn. Post reporter was an 'all-around' journalist

FAIRFIELD — Genevieve “Genny” Reilly, a former longtime reporter for the Fairfield Citizen and Connecticut Post, died unexpectedly Wednesday night, according to her family. She was 62. Family, former colleagues and officials Reilly covered remembered her as a tough, but fair, reporter who was proud to continue a family tradition...

Stevens Happy to be Coaching with the Easties

Former Yellowjackets’ athlete Danielle Stevens recently began her first season as a varsity assistant coach and the JV head coach with the East Haven girls’ volleyball program. (Photo courtesy of Danielle Stevens) After officiating at East Haven’s track meets during the spring, Danielle Stevens was asked by Athletic Director Anthony...

No. 3 Greenwich survives Ridgefield’s fourth quarter rally for win

STAMFORD — For three quarters Saturday Greenwich played like the No. 3 ranked team in the GameTimeCT Poll and twice was one score from triggering the running clock, which happens with a 35-point lead in the second half. Closing the game out was a different story as Greenwich saw a...
Connecticut Post

Thomaston boys soccer holds own with Litchfield before falling in overtime

LITCHFIELD - A boys soccer 2-1 overtime win by Shepaug Valley at Litchfield’s Plum Hill Field offered a great cautionary lesson in first-glance impressions Tuesday afternoon. The Spartans opened their season Friday with a 1-0 win over Thomaston at home. Litchfield’s season began Monday with an 11-0 blowout win at...