THE DAY’S SPORTS BLOGS


THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Outdoor adventures.

Ringling Bros., SeaWorld and the Columbus Zoo: Pitfalls of Keeping Elephants, Orcas and Gorillas in Captivity

Large, wild animals belong in the wild, not in a circus, aquarium or zoo – a point reinforced by events involving three prominent, unrelated institutions in the last couple weeks.

Our Debt of Gratitude to President Obama, the Environmentalist-in-Chief

As we prepare to inaugurate a president who has repeatedly called climate change a "hoax," appointed as Environmental Protection Agency administrator an Oklahoma attorney general who is suing that agency, named the CEO of ExxonMobil as secretary...



SIDELINE RANTS (AND RAVES)

Vickie blogs about high school sports.

Montville senior track standout Naomi Clark does a little of everything ... really well

Naomi Clark’s events a year ago mirrored that of the marquee athlete on the Montville High School girls’ track team, Kiah Strickland. Strickland hurdled, Clark hurdled. Strickland threw the javelin, Clark threw the...

There's a method to DiSaia's (March) Madness as Waterford boys' tennis begins its season

It was a different kind of March Madness that began a few minutes before midnight Friday at the Waterford High School tennis courts. The Waterford boys' tennis team was taking a few warmup laps before it could officially begin practice as...



YAWKEY WAY

Rich Cooke blogs about the Red Sox. His blog runs during baseball season.



THE LONESOME POLECAT

Sports writer Ned Griffen blogs about high school football.

YOUR (F)CIAC footballs final previews

This is the end, beautiful friend.

YOUR semifinal review and repository, or, "It's an FCIAC World"

FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. Get used to it.



UCONN MEN'S BASKETBALL

Gavin's blog runs during basketball season.



THE REAL MISTER FANTASY

Clint L. Bramlett writes about Fantasy football.