STONINGTON — Boys and girls basketball in the ECC will be divided into two geographic regions and the season will start on Feb. 12, Stonington High athletic director Bryan Morrone said Tuesday.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High lost to Norwich Free Academy, 3-0, in the ECC Southern Regional postseason girls volleyball tournament on Thursday night.
UNCASVILLE — St. Bernard outscored Wheeler High in the penalty kick shootout round and ended the Lions' season in the Region II boys soccer tournament on Wednesday.
NORTH STONINGTON — Eva Comeau scored two goals and the Wheeler High girls soccer team earned its first win of the season, 6-0, against Grasso Tech on Thursday.
UNCASVILLE — Wheeler High freshman Cam Conway topped the field as the Lions beat St. Bernard, 27-31, in a boys cross country meet Monday.
NEW LONDON — Matt Pierce had two goals and an assist and the Wheeler High boys soccer team defeated New London, 4-3, in an ECC game on a rainy Tuesday afternoon.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High put the first two runners across the line, but lost to Griswold, 15-50, in a girls cross country meet on Wednesday.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High freshman Cam Conway finished fifth, but the Lions lost to Griswold, 16-46, in a boys cross country meet Wednesday.
WESTERLY — Ashaway's Justin Bentley was the top local finisher in the Town of Westerly Run for the Pumpkins 4.9-mile road race on Saturday at the Bradford Preserve.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High freshman Cam Conway topped the field as the Lions opened the boys cross country season with a win against Grasso Tech, 22-40, on Friday.
An alternative spring season for sports including football was approved Tuesday by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference's Board of Control.
CHESHIRE, Conn. (AP) — The organization that oversees high school athletics in Connecticut plans to move forward with a fall sports season, including football, despite the recommendation of state health officials.
STONINGTON — If football or any sport is not played this fall, it will not be played this school year, according to a statement Sunday from the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference.
CHESHIRE, Conn. — The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference has asked the Department of Public Health to consider allowing high school sports teams to resume non-contact conditioning on Monday as it develops a new plan for fall sports.
CHESHIRE, Conn. — All Connecticut high school sports activities have been paused until Aug. 24 so state athletic officials can meet with the state Department of Health next week.
HARTFORD (AP) — Connecticut’s Public Health commissioner recommended Thursday that high school officials move their football and volleyball seasons from the fall to the spring to help contain the spread of the coronavirus.
CHESHIRE, Conn. (AP) — The organization that governs interscholastic sports in Connecticut has rejected a recommendation that would have moved high school football to the spring of 2021.
HARTFORD (AP) — The governing body of high school sports in Connecticut publicly released its plans for restarting interscholastic sports this fall, proposing a shortened season that officials said will be “fluid” based on changing COVID-19 health metrics.
NORTH STONINGTON — One of the enduring memories Aidan Cameron will have of his time at Wheeler High came when he was a freshman on the baseball team.
Spring sports in Connecticut have been canceled after Gov. Ned Lamont ended in-person classes at all public schools for the remainder of the school year on Tuesday due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While the hope for spring high school sports still exists, the possibility of it happening in Connecticut took a bit of a hit on Thursday.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High's junior post player Molly Butremovic received ECC Division IV girls basketball honorable mention recognition this season.
For three local college freshmen, their first season of NCAA Division I baseball will be one they will never forget.
STONINGTON — After a Wednesday morning meeting, athletic officials in Connecticut decided it would be premature to cancel the high school spring sports season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High boys basketball coach Neal Cobleigh describes Ian Spracklin as "a typical Wheeler kid — he's well versed in everything."
Spring sports practices for the four local high schools will be on hold as Rhode Island and Connecticut continue to deal with the coronavirus threat.
WESTERLY — Westerly High's boys basketball state tournament game with Cranston West on Thursday at Federico Gym will be a ticketed-only event with just 250 attendees due to the coronavirus threat.