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Forget the temperatures and snow: as far as the collegiate sports world is concerned, spring just landed on our doorstep. Mitch Savoca opened the University of Richmond lacrosse season with a hat trick and University of New Haven softball catcher Jovanna Hillman played in four games in Flori… Read more

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WATERTOWN — After a difficult January, the Watertown-Pomperaug co-op ice hockey team hoped that a change on the calendar would change its luck when the Indians faced non-league opponent Suffield/Granby/Windsor Locks at the Mays Rink in Watertown on February 1.

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — After a suffering through back-to-back losses to Canton and Wamogo, the Nonnewaug boys’ basketball team got back on track this week and defeated both Berkshire League opponents.

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WASHINGTON — Three more victories last week pushed the Shepaug boys’ basketball team’s winning streak to seven and the Spartans improved the season record to 12-3.

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It was nice to see that 2014 Pomperaug High School graduate, John VanDerLaan, is having some success on one of the professional golf tours, the Korn Ferry Tour, as he attempts to work his way up to the PGA Tour.

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This week we report results from the Little East Conference and Skyline Conference swim championships and UMass/Dartmouth sophomore Maddie Kovach’s conquests at the LEC. More conference swim championships begin this week. Indoor track teams are hitting their strides and Parlay Hannon, a seni…

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For the second year in a row, Rochambeau Middle School boys’ basketball team won the Woodbury Basketball Tournament, beating Bethel Middle School in the semi-final game with a score of 62-37. The team includes (back, left) Nicholas Falsetta, Zachary Johnson, Gannon Nagy, Lucas Stango, Brody …

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — Wamogo stayed with the first place Nonnewaug girls’ basketball team for one quarter last week before the Chiefs found the range and romped to a 55-25 victory.

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What’s the matter with kids today? That is the refrain that every group of older people always always seem to rally around. And once again it seems to be applicable.

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We still have a good bit of winter to get through, but here’s some cheery news: lacrosse begins in 10 days, and baseball and softball teams will be on the field a week later. Meanwhile, we’re in the heart of conference seasons in basketball and ice hockey, with championships coming up in swi…

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WASHINGTON — Victories over Terryville and Litchfield last week put the Shepaug boys’ basketball team back on the winning track, as the Spartans improved to 7-3 for the season. They topped Terryville in a home game, 52-46, with a strong fourth-quarter performance. Terryville had to foul down…

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WATERTOWN — For two teams that have played games with state titles on the line, the meeting between the proud high school ice hockey programs of Guilford and Watertown-Pomperaug on Saturday, January 25, seemed out-of-sorts, as both rebuilding teams came in sorely in need of a win.

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — The Nonnewaug boys’ basketball team got a little break in the schedule last week, playing just one game. The Chiefs beat Gilbert 85-73 last Tuesday.

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OXFORD— Mikayla Walton and Paige Davis continued their fine scoring last week as the Oxford girls’ basketball team defeated Wilby, 44-25, and lost to Seymour, 67-59.

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OXFORD — Even with two losses last week, the Oxford boys’ basketball team seems to be getting stronger on offense; the Wolverines had their high output of the season against Wilby and had another good game against Seymour.

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — After suffering its first loss of the season the week before, the Nonnewaug girls’ basketball team rebounded with two huge games over lesser opponents last week.

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WATERTOWN — The ninth Shamrock Shuffle Road Race will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 14, at Polk School, 437 Buckingham St.

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We are now past the midpoint of the basketball season for both the boys’ and girls’ teams at Pomperaug, Nonnewaug, Shepaug and Oxford.

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The college sports landscape changed noticeably last week as teams got into their conference schedules and some previous high-flyers were brought down to earth in upsets in several sports.

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — The Nonnewaug and Gilbert wrestling teams faced each other last week and ended the meet in a 36-36 tie. The Chiefs eventually prevailed for the win on a tie-breaker known as “criteria F.” It came down to the number of forfeits each team had. Gilbert forfeited more matche…

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WATERTOWN — In a match that was moved up 24 hours in anticipation of nasty weather, the Watertown-Pomperaug and Branford High School hockey teams squared off in an SCC-SWC Division II game which marked the midway point in the regular season schedule for both the Indians and the Hornets.

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WASHINGTON — Shepaug fell out of first place in the boys’ basketball race in the Berkshire League last week, losing a pair of games, 69-55 to Wamogo, and 85-79 to Thomaston.