Monthly Archive for August, 2009

: August, 2009

Cay’s Court: Goodbye Summer, Hello Volleyball

(Cayleigh Griffin, a senior on the Trinity Catholic High School volleyball team, will be blogging about her experiences this season. This is her first entry) By Cayleigh Griffin Saying goodbye to

A Hiatus For Overtime’s Hiatus

I wasn’t planning on updating the blog during my vacation until I got a text message earlier this evening from new guest blogger Cayleigh Griffin saying she had finished her first entry and is sending

An Overtime Hiatus

With the start of the high school season just 18 days, it is time for one last break before we kick things into high gear. So Overtime is taking one last summer break. I’ll be back on Sept. 8 as we

Video Interview: Colby Billhardt

There are few programs that have had greater success or are more respected in Connecticut than the Darien High School volleyball team. The Blue Wave have won 18 Fairfield County Interscholastic

Fortt, Griffin and Lewis To Be Guest Bloggers This Fall

Due to the popularity of the work done by our guest bloggers last spring, I am happy to announce I have put together a lineup this fall that should be more than up to the task of continuing to blaze

Preston Hirten’s Speech

The fallout from the tragic death of Preston Hirten, the former Staples High School soccer player who collapsed during practice at Mary Washington University last week due to an enlarged heart,

McCullough headed to Fairfield

Gavin McCullough’s six-month ordeal since learning that the University of Vermont was dropping its baseball program has landed him close to home. McCullough, the Stamford High School graduate and

Louis: My Time Will Come

Westhill graduate Cliff Louis, like the rest of the New York Giants, was reeling tonight after Saturday’s 17-3 preseason loss to the Bears. The entire team played poorly and, worse, defensive tackle

New Stickin’ With Sam, New Guest Bloggers This Fall, and Twittering

I just got off the phone with Sam Stevenson, who is on day 3 as a freshman at the University of Richmond. Not much has happened yet lacrosse-wise: she is still getting adjusted to life at her new

Video Interview: Shayna Colon and Allie DeLuca

The members of Stamford High School’s field hockey team are going into the new season with their eyes wide open. Eight starters are gone from the team that won a second state championship last fall.