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    Head coach: Marc Tardiff (14th season). Assistant coach: Stephen Reck (volunteer). Last year: Wheeler posted a 6-12 overall record (3-7 ECC-Small, fourth out of five … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Ryan Condon scored the only goal for the Wheeler High boys’ soccer team in a 2-1 ECC Small Division loss to Griswold … more ...
    JEWETT CITY, Conn. — Griswold scored a pair of late goals and defeated Wheeler High 2-0 in a ECC Small Division girls’ soccer game Thursday … more ...
    Boys’ soccer: Lions, Bears both lose   Published Sep 17, 2014
    NORTH STONINGTON — Unbeaten Killingly scored two goals in the final 10 minutes to pull away for a 4-0 out-of-division ECC boys’ soccer win against … more ...
    DANIELSON, Conn. — Wheeler High dropped its third straight match to start the season, but Kylie Baker scored the team’s first goal of the season … more ...
    WATERFORD — Wheeler High dropped its first girls’ volleyball match of the season falling to Waterford in an out-of-division match between ECC schools Monday night. … more ...
    WILLIMANTIC — Wheeler High’s Kelsey Melinosky turned in the best performance of the day for Wheeler High girls’ cross country team with a 23rd place … more ...
    UNCASVILLE, Conn. — T.J. Condon scored the game’s only goal and the Wheeler High boys’ soccer team downed St. Bernard’s 1-0 in an ECC Small … more ...
    Wheeler roundup: Lions fall to Saints   Published Sep 11, 2014
    N. STONINGTON — St. Bernard shut out Wheeler High in the ECC-Small girls’ soccer opener for both teams Thursday. Mia Londregan scored both goals for … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Peyton Mulhern scored a pair of goals and Wheeler High’s boys’ soccer team opened its season with a 5-0 nonleague win over … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Jen Paride and Alysia Rathbun led an impressive serving display with 13 and 10 aces, respectively, to key the Wheeler High girls’ … more ...

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    Preview: Wheeler boys’ soccer   Published Sep 8, 2014
    Head coach: Joe Mendonca (17th season). Assistant coach: Kyle Legnos Last year: The Lions overcame a 1-5 start, winning nine of 10 down the stretch, … more ...
    Wheeler girls’ soccer   Published Sep 8, 2014
    Head coach: Charles Roark (3rd season). Assistant coach: Deb Karpinski. Last year: The Lions finished 7-10 overall, reaching the Class S state tournament’s second round … more ...
    Head coach: Diane Kodama (10th year). Last year: The Lions were 6-12 overall and 4-6 in the ECC-Small. They placed 13th out of 16 teams … more ...
    Stefanski, Knowles receive honor   Published Jun 27, 2014
    N. STONINGTON — Troy Stefanski and Kevin Knowles powered the Wheeler High baseball team’s offens this 2014 season and the duo was recognized with first-team … more ...
    Preview: Wheeler girls’ volleyball   Published Sep 4, 2014
    Head coach: Jennamarie Aull (3rd season). Assistant coaches: Will Johnson, Kayla Collins (volunteer). Last year: Wheeler finished 5-10 overall and 0-8 in the ECC Small … more ...
    Lions’ Muller earns All-State   Published Jun 23, 2014
    NORTH STONINGTON — Whatever sting Wheeler High girls’ lacrosse player Jess Muller might have felt being left off the ECC Small Division first-team was probably … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High softball coach Joe Cawley was disappointed when Raven Houck did not make Class S All-State last season as a freshman. … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High freshman Samantha Muller singled home the winning run in the eighth inning of the Lions’ 2-1 victory over Kolbe Cathedral … more ...
    N. STONINGTON — For Tom Gavitt the numbers 19 and 582 will now hold quite a bit of significance in his life. On Saturday, at … more ...
    COVENTRY — If you told Wheeler High softball coach Joe Cawley before the game that the Lions would score five runs in the Class S … more ...
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