THE DAY’S SPORTS BLOGS


THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Outdoor adventures.

A Short But Sweet Eagle-Watching Season On The Lower Connecticut River

The hummingbird hovers, sparrow flutters, tern dives, duck flaps frenetically, but in the avian world the eagle soars majestically, barely moving its enormous wings while wheeling effortlessly through the heavens.

A Grand Canyon Gondola Ride – What An Idea! How About A Tram Up Mount Everest?

I don’t know about you, but I was extraordinarily excited to hear about plans to build a gondola tram that would take visitors 1.6 miles to the floor of the Grand Canyon in 10 minutes – way faster and less strenuous than...



SIDELINE RANTS (AND RAVES)

Vickie blogs about high school sports.

Coaches Misto, Ward bring a little Westerly flair to the ECC

In 2007, Meredith Ward was the Gatorade Rhode Island Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year, competing for Westerly High School where she is the all-time leading scorer with 2,226 points.

Five questions with NFA coach Bill Scarlata, 500-game winner and proud Italian chef

Norwich Free Academy girls’ basketball coach Bill Scarlata picked up his 500th career victory Tuesday, a 49-16 win for the Wildcats over Ledyard.



YAWKEY WAY

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

Red Sox bring in Sandoval, Ramirez in big offseason moves

Surprise, surprise. The Boston Red Sox wasted no time this off-season, making a huge splash when they signed two big free agents on Monday: Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez.

Red Sox Roundup: Friday, October 3rd

Well, the season is over. It’s been over for a while, but it’s officially over now. There are plenty of topics to get to when looking at what went wrong, but I just wanted to touch on a few late-season headlines.



THE LONESOME POLECAT

Sports writer Ned Griffen blogs about high school football.



UCONN MEN'S BASKETBALL

Gavin's blog runs during basketball season.

Lubin decides to transfer

UConn's frontcourt depth took a hit with the news that forward Rakim Lubin plans to transfer after just one season in Storrs.

Short-handed Huskies prepare for NIT opener

UConn is limping into its NIT opener against Arizona State tomorrow night in Storrs.



THE REAL MISTER FANTASY

Clint L. Bramlett writes about Fantasy football.

Rocking the playoffs!

This time of year, the immortal words of Jim Mora ring in my head: "Playoffs?! Playoffs?!" (Best said with a high-pitched, irritated voice.) Yes, it’s the playoffs. Welcome to the second season - if you were good...

What Do Lenin and Stalin Have to Do With Fantasy Football? (And More!)

The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!