Boys Volleyball sweeps early road trip

April 26, 2014
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Two weeks in, and the Knights have yet to lose a game. Two weeks in, and the Knights have yet to play at home. Southington swept past Bloomfield and Daniel Hand last week to improve to 3-0 in the early season. Now, the Knights will turn their sights to their…

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Golfers open with a win; Knights score first ever win over NW Catholic

April 26, 2014
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Over the last two seasons it’s taken the Blue Knight golfers six contests to break the 160-point barrier. In 2012, it took the team 11 tries to cross that first hurdle, but the Knights are off and running in 2014. And they’re doing it on the road. On Thursday, April…

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Fifth graders finish race at Talcott Mountain

April 25, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Fifth grader Andrew Perry of Thalberg School helped code and design a robot that could navigate through a maze, find a fire and then extinguish the fire. Andrew was one of over 20 fifth grader students identified as gifted and talented in the Southington school district who had the opportunity…

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Baseball wraps up road trip with two more wins

April 25, 2014
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By John Goralski Sports Writer The early road trip came to a close with Southington’s first perfect week of the early season. With convincing wins over Tolland and Conard, the Blue Knight baseball team improved to 3-1. “Guys stepped up,” said  Southington coach Charlie Lembo. “We had two games where we executed both offensively and…

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Fighting for every point; Girls Tennis overcomes adversity to start 2-0

April 25, 2014
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Fighting for every point; Girls Tennis overcomes adversity to start 2-0

By John Goralski Sports Writer Alex Barmore struggled against the wind and the cold as her Cheshire opponent rallied for a win in the first set. Susan Murphy and Rianna Susco looked out of rhythm as their Ram counterparts dismantled them in the opening set at No. 2 doubles. On Wednesday, April 16, Lady Knight…

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Softball stays perfect with three shutouts

April 25, 2014
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Softball stays perfect with three shutouts

By John Goralski Sports Writer If there were any questions remaining about the Lady Knight softball team, those critics have been quieted. With a trio of shutouts in the second week, Southington has surged out to an early 5-0 record during their Class LL title defense. So far, the Knights have out-scored opponents, 43-2. A…

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Cyber Knights prep for world championships

April 25, 2014
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Cyber Knights prep for world championships

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer After finishing in second place overall during the New England Championship, the Southington Cyber Knights are now heading to the World Championship in St. Louis. Competing against 53 teams from throughout the region during the New England Championship in Boston, the Cyber Knights finished qualification rounds as the number one…

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Spring vacation; Boys Lax cruises to 3 lopsided wins

April 25, 2014
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Spring vacation; Boys Lax cruises to 3 lopsided wins

By John Goralski Sports Writer It wasn’t a good week for Southington’s starters in the second half. It wasn’t a great week to practice a last minute stand or a comeback charge. The Blue Knight lacrosse team raced out to double digit scores in all three games last week. In three lopsided victories, Southington’s starters…

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Town looks to save on energy; Council votes to approve project

April 25, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer The Town Council recently voted unanimously to approve an energy savings project that would bring equipment upgrades to both town and school buildings. Council members voted during a recent meeting to approve a performance contract with Noresco to move forward with the $13 million project that would bring a total…

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