Even though he’d been an assistant with the Washington Capitals’ top minor league affiliate in Hershey the past two years, Reid Cashman watched the club’s historic run to the Stanley Cup championship at home on television like everyone else.
WOODBRIDGE — Amity junior Elizabeth Brownfield lives in the moment. That thought process went a long way Thursday afternoon, keeping the Amity softball team on a roll.
HAMDEN — The last time Notre Dame and Hamden met, it was clear to see that Green Knights’ coach Don Martone was less than pleased with the play of his team. What a difference three weeks make.
Bill Schweizer pulled out of Ithaca, N.Y., and headed for the rest of his life. Behind him was Quinnipiac’s season-ending 2-0 loss to No. 2 Cornell Saturday night in the ECAC hockey quarterfinals. Behind him were four distinguished decades behind a microphone, that deep, precise voice saying…
HARTFORD — Xavier sophomore Aden Hotchkiss is looking to make the final season for the Falcons seniors, including his brother Joel, a special one. Hotchkiss continues to keep his end of the deal.
HAMDEN — Winning its first Southern Connecticut Conference title was a tremendous accomplishment for the Hamden High School boys basketball team — but the Dragons are still hungry for more this season.
HAMDEN — It took over three hours, included two missed penalty shots in overtime, and had all the excitement one could ask for. And on the 94th shot of the game, Hamden lived to see another day.
Melissa Teel said she was extremely surprised when she received word that she’d be part of the induction class of 2018 into the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.
WALLINGFORD — Career junior Carmen Rosemond and her teammates remember the bitter taste of being upset in last year’s state semifinals against Bacon Academy. It may have taken a year, but the Panthers will now get a chance to avenge that loss.
WEST HAVEN — Thanks to two goals inside the first 2:15 of its SCC-SWC Division III final, the Sheehan hockey team couldn’t have gotten off to a better start in ending its title drought.
NEW HAVEN — Jaylen Ricks encouraged the Hamden faithful to rise up from their seats at the Floyd Little Athletic Center. Victor Rosario pumped his fist several times.
HAMDEN — Quinnipiac freshman Joe O’Connor would’ve liked his first career goal a night sooner, in front of an overflow crowd at Yale. His shot from the slot clanged off the post in an eventual one-goal loss last Friday.
HAMDEN — Bassick senior Qualon Wilkes knows his coaches and teammates expect a lot from him. So, when the Lions trailed by 11 points early in the third quarter, the senior knew exactly what needed to be done.
Moments after Quinnipiac’s home victory over Canisius on Friday night, Tricia Fabbri pulled off her pink high heels and took off for the second half of her son Paul Henry’s high school basketball game.
NEW HAVEN — An overflow crowd and one of the most intense atmospheres of the season is usually motivation enough when it comes to the hockey rivalry between Yale and Quinnipiac.