Monthly Archive for July, 2009

: July, 2009

Overtime Going Back on Vacation

Tis the season. Overtime is going back on vacation for a little more rest and relaxation. Check back the week of August 3 for more posts.
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Meet Cliff Louis

When Westhill High School asked Cliff Louis to be its keynote speaker at graduation last month, a lot of students may have been wondering, “Who’s Cliff Louis?’ They were not alone. Once he told his
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Photo Essay: Justin Nemchek’s Day at Yankee Stadium

As promised, here are some photos of Justin Nemchek’s experience at the Yankees game on Saturday. I’ll have a column in tomorrow’s edition of The Advocate.
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Video: Justin Nemchek’s Day at Yankee Stadium

It is hard to imagine a smile any wider than Justin Nemchek had today, as Yankee Stadium literally turned into his field of dreams. Thanks to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, Justin, who suffers
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Taylor Zito: Getting Ready for Utah

(Taylor Zito is coming off a stellar sophomore season as the pitcher for Stamford High School’s softball team, leading the Black Knights to a league playoff berth and a win in the state tournament.
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Missing an Angle

I guess when you are writing about someone who has so many varied interests and skills, you are bound to miss a good story angle. That was the case with my profile in today’s paper on Darien’s Sam
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Video Interview: Peter Stokes

When Bryan Fox stepped down as Trinity Catholic High School’s football coach after last season, athletic director Tracy Nichols did not have to look far for a replacement. Nichols hired Peter Stokes,
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Yankees’ Cashman Making Another Dream Come True

Mike Nemchek was picking up a pizza last week when his cell phone rang. The caller on the other end said he was Brian Cashman. “I thought someone was pulling my leg because it was my personal cell
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Sam Stevenson: A Video Day In The Life

Sam Stevenson has become a household name, both in Darien and the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference. She was the leading scorer for the Blue Wave lacrosse team that won league and
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Taylor Zito: A Small Roster Produces A Big Win

(Taylor Zito is coming off a stellar sophomore season as the pitcher for Stamford High School’s softball team, leading the Black Knights to a league playoff berth and a win in the state tournament.
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