Monthly Archive for April, 2010

: April, 2010

Westhill-St. Joseph Resumption Rescheduled

I saw Westhill baseball coach DJ Mulvany this morning. The resumption of last Friday’s game with St. Joseph, which was played at Cooperstown, N.Y., and called for darkness with the score tied, 7-7,

Keller, Nethercott BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Players of the Week

Brooke Nethercott Kevin Keller of the Darien High School boys track team and Brooke Nethercott of the Greenwich girls golf team are this week’s winners of the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player of the

Finalists Announced For BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player Of The Week Award

There is an exceptionally strong group of five males and five females for this week’s BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Male and Female Athlete of the Week awards. The winners will receive a plaque and

Hanratty Headed To Notre Dame

I just got off the phone with Terry Hanratty, who told me he was watching an NBA playoff game and how much he prefers the college game to the pros. “Oh, and Conor committed to Notre Dame,” he said.

Westhill And St. Joseph Fit To Be Tied

Lost in all the attention of Vlad Ducasse and the two other Stamford high school football players involved in the NFL Draft was the bizarre circumstances surrounding Friday’s baseball game between

Redd, Fortt Make Penn State Debuts

Former King star Silas Redd had four carries for 16 yards and made two tackles to help lead the Blue team to a 17-3 win over the White team in the Penn State spring football game. Khairi Fortt, who

Nate Collins Signs With Giants

Virginia defensive tackle Nate Collins just signed a free agent contract with the New York Giants. It was the dream location for the former King star, whose college roommate was Giants linebacker

Joseph Signs With Packers

Former Stamford High School football star Alex Joseph signed as a free agent five minutes after the draft ended with the Green Bay Packers. Joseph played linebacker at Temple and was a teammate of

Vlad Ducasse’s First Day As A Jet…..And Watch His First Press Conference

I just got off the phone with Vlad Ducasse and his football coach at Stamford High School, Kevin Jones, who are on their way back from the Jets’ headquarters in Florham Park, N.J., where they spent

Fortt and Redd On Television Today

While all the attention has been focused the last 36 hours on Vlad Ducasse, Alex Joseph, Nate Collins and the NFL Draft, there are two other Stamford football players guaranteed of television time