Monthly Archive for November, 2009

: November, 2009

Video Spotlight: Conor Hanratty

He has one of the most recognized names in high school football, but New Canaan High School offensive tackle Conor Hanratty is long past being known solely as the son of former Notre Dame and

Hanratty To Be Part Of Football Camp

Former Notre Dame and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Hanratty, who lives in New Canaan, and his partner, Michael Fenske, the founder of MJF College Football Recruiting, are holding a football

Video Spotlight: Sam Stevenson

Former Darien High School volleyball and lacrosse star Sam Stevenson has been doing a great job writing a blog for us all year following her freshman season as a student-athlete on the Richmond

COMING SOON: BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player Of The Week

After several weeks of planning, I’m happy to announce today the introduction of the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player of the Week award. BlueStreak Sports Training in Stamford has agreed to become the

Another MVP Award For Gorski

This has been a special week for Sarah Gorski, the 6-foot-1 middle hitter on Darien High School’s volleyball team. On Saturday, Gorski was named the most valuable player of the CIAC Class L

Cay’s Court: A Season To Remember

(Cayleigh Griffin, a senior captain on the Trinity Catholic High School volleyball team, blogged about her experiences this season. This is the final entry of the volleyball season, but Cayleigh has

Video Spotlight (rewind): Westhill Girls Soccer Team

The Westhill High School girls soccer team claimed the first state championship by a Stamford school in the sport last night with a dramatic 2-1 victory over Glastonbury. It was one of the strangest

Vikings’ State Title A Family Affair

There are certain teams that capture the imagination, blending talent with unique qualities to make lasting memories. The Westhill High School girls soccer team is a perfect example. The Vikings made

CIAC Hits A Home Run With New Football Format

I have a reputation for being one of the CIAC’s most outspoken critics, but today is an occasion to give the governing body for high school sports in Connecticut full praise for fixing a huge problem

Nick Koules Dead at 92

Nick Koules, a legendary Stamford sports figure, passed away this morning at the Sunrise Assisted Living home in Stamford. He was 92. Koules, who had been in declining health, was a longtime fixture