THE DAY’S SPORTS BLOGS


THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Outdoor adventures.

Blizzard Be Damned – A Great Day To Enjoy The Outdoors

With blizzard-force winds whipping great clouds of snow across the frozen lake and waist-high drifts piled above 2 feet of still-accumulating powder, the only question was: Snowshoes or cross-country skis?

Kill The North Stonington Mountain Lion! (And Other Phrases I Hope People Never Utter)

Every time there’s a report of a dangerous, predatory animal prowling local woods or waterways I fervently wish that two things don’t happen:



SIDELINE RANTS (AND RAVES)

Vickie blogs about high school sports.

Kane, Waterford volleyball keep Eudy in their memories

Waterford High School volleyball coach Beau Lucas calls senior Colleen Kane one of the cornerstones of the program.

There's nothing quite like the starting line (and the hot dogs) at Wickham Park

Shawn Towne, the Fitch High School girls’ cross country coach, jokes that one of the top reasons to take his team to last Saturday’s Wickham Park Invitational in Manchester is the hot dogs from nearby Augie & Ray’s...



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.

Post-game breakdown: Cincinnati

 Well, that was a complete dud. UConn never led and played poorly for most of the game, losing 70-58, at Fifth Third Arena.

Pre-game preview: Cincinnati

   Senior Ryan Boatright knows what’s at stake in the final 12 regular season games, starting with tonight’s action at Cincinnati at Fifth Third Arena.



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!