Monthly Archive for December, 2009

: December, 2009

First BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player Of The Week Coming Tomorrow

The nominating has ended for the first-ever BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player of the Week award, and the winner will be announced here tomorrow. The winner will receive a plaque with his/her name on it

Last Call For Nominations For First BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player Of The Week

There is still 15 hours left before the nominations close at noon tomorrow for the first-ever BlueStreak-Overtime Player of the Week award. So far we have received a number of outstanding

Poll: Which Team Was The Best Sports Story Of The Fall Season?

There is still a little more than a day until winter, and because of vacation, previews and launching a new award on the blog, I was remiss in posting what I consider an interesting poll question:

Nominate An Athlete For BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player Of The Week

With today’s schedule likely to wiped out by snow, the week should be all over for FCIAC athletes and their body of work complete as the nominating process remains open for the first winner of the

Reminder: Make Your Nominations For FCIAC Player Of The Week

Just a reminder: the nominating process is open for the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player of the Week award. You can nominate an athlete until noon on Tuesday, and we will announce our first-ever

The Public School-Private School Debate

Of all the hot topics in high school sports in this area, I don’t think any stir as much passion as the debate about whether private schools should compete against public schools in athletics. And

Time To End The Fortt Knocks

I guess I have been in a mood the last two days to take on some of the recent hotbed issues in high school sports. Since it has been the source for a lot of debate on this blog earlier in the fall, if

Video: Trinity Catholic Stuns St. Joseph On Boykin’s 50-Foot Shot At Buzzer

One of the great additions to our sports coverage with the Hearst Connecticut Newspaper Group has been the introduction of online content, scoring updates on Twitter and, especially, the use of video.

Breaking Down Trinity Catholic-St. Joseph

Discuss the top boys basketball rivalries in the FCIAC and Trinity Catholic-St. Joseph ranks among the best, and not just because they are the only two private schools in the conference. The teams

A Stunning Win Caps Off Emotional Day For Trinity Catholic

On an emotional day in which the Trinity Catholic High School basketball team had to deal with the arrest of one of its star players, the Crusaders were able to get something to smile about tonight