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Orange Post 127 Junior Legion (17U) and Senior Legion (19U) Tryouts will be held on Saturday, December 16, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Connecticut Sportsplex, 216 Foxon Boulevard, North Branford.

  • By Michael Fornabaio
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KILLINGLY — Spencer Lockwood’s prowess as a running back is clear in nearly 7,000 career yards on the ground. His defensive skill helped Killingly ease its way back to the CIAC Class M football semifinals for a third year in a row.

  • By Chip Malafronte
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WOODBRIDGE – Despite only three starters returning from a four-win team, North Haven football coach Anthony Sagnella believed there was potential for big things.

  • By Mike Madera
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GUILFORD – Amanda King and the Guilford girls volleyball team had a plan in place for Amity and its ultra-talented hitter Abigail Harbinson. Planning to limit the damage Harbinson caused when in the front row, and maximize the opportunity when the junior was in the back, the Indians executed…

  • By Doug Bonjour
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SHELTON — Shelton had hoped that quarterback Jake Roberts would be healthy enough to play all four quarters against Amity after spraining his knee last week in a win over West Haven. But when it turned out that he wasn’t, the Gaels turned to a very formidable Plan B.

  • By Michael Fornabaio
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MILFORD >> It was an inch or two, a link of a chain, a fortunate spot that might’ve erased Foran’s overgenerous first half and Wilbur Cross’ scuffling second.

  • By Jim Fuller jfuller@nhregister.com @NHRJimFuller on Twitter
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UNCASVILLE >> Many of the 8,420 fans who made their way inside Mohegan Sun Arena for Sunday afternoon’s nationally-televised WNBA playoff game were ready to see the young stars for the Connecticut Sun do their thing in the franchise’s first postseason game in five years. By game’s end,…

  • By David Borges dborges@nhregister.com @DaveBorges on Twitter
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When James Akinjo sat down with his high school coach, Bill Mellis, several months ago to talk about his future, he told Mellis that he wanted to commit to a school in the spring.

  • By Jim Fuller jfuller@nhregister.com @NHRJimFuller on Twitter
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It wasn’t a huge shock to see the names of Olympic gold medalists and former UConn stars Sue Bird, Tina Charles, Maya Moore, Breanna Stewart and Diana Taurasi among the UConn products to accept invitations to the upcoming U.S. women’s national team training camp in Santa Barbara, Calif. Howe…