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Expectations aren’t a burden for TT Bowens, who just completed his junior year at Montville High School. He lives up to them, amassing the school record for hits in a season (47) while leading the Indians to an appearance in the Class M state...
Norwich Free Academy sophomore Jawaun Johnson didn’t think track was for him. He already had other things to do during the spring, such as lifting with his football teammates. And all that sprinting as part of track conditioning? Nope. Not...
Ledyard's Megan Brawner, a junior who won the 800- and 1,600-meter events at the Eastern Connecticut Conference meet in addition to claiming the Class MM state championship in 800, was named The Day’s 2015 All-Area Girls’ Track and...
Old Lyme's Sydney Cowell, a Class S all-state selection at attack after finishing with 106 goals and 25 assists, has always had an eagerness to learn. After picking up organized lacrosse in second grade, Cowell has continued to display an admirable...
A sophomore, Michaela Abate had the distinction of leading the St. Bernard girls' tennis team (15-3) to the first Class S state championship match in program history and its second straight ECC Small Division title. She was also the ECC singles...
In his first two years at St. Bernard, Alex Zuczek has won the Eastern Connecticut Conference’s boys’ tennis championship twice, with both victories coming against his older brother Nick. Zuczek attributes his success and abilities to...
UConn men's basketball coach Kevin Ollie never lost faith. The end result was a very successful recruiting run during which Ollie scored some major victories. He secured commitments from two talented graduate transfers, a promising undergraduate...
Waterford moved a step closer to the Connecticut Little League 11-12-year-old baseball championship with an 11-5 victory over Norwich on Wednesday night in the opening round of the final four double-elimination tournament.