Posts Tagged ‘ basketball ’

Double digits at the break; Lincoln beats Springfield Tech to secure 10th win

December 21, 2013
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Double digits at the break; Lincoln beats Springfield Tech to secure 10th win

By John Goralski Sports Writer With four fouls, Kyre Jackson slipped between the ball and the basket and dug in his heels. There were two minutes left on the clock, but Jackson wasn’t worried about fouling out. He was just trying to draw a charge to keep the Wildcats in the game. On Tuesday, Dec.…

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Girls are off and running; Lady Knights rally for 2 wins on opening week

December 20, 2013
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Girls are off and running; Lady Knights rally for 2 wins on opening week

By John Goralski Sports Writer With six seconds left, freshman Maggie Meehan skipped the basketball to a junior on the wing. With four seconds left, Kaitlin Paterson fed Sarah Mongillo the ball in the paint. Mongillo missed her first shot, but she crashed the boards to get her own rebound. With just over one second…

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Wildcat momentum; Lincoln men are on a 5 game win streak

November 29, 2013
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Wildcat momentum; Lincoln men are on a 5 game win streak

By John Goralski Sports Writer After three weeks, a pair of one-possession losses in week two remain the only blemishes on Lincoln College’s schedule. The Wildcats are making some noise in 2013. With victories over three conference opponents last week, the Lincoln College men’s basketball team has improved to 7-2 overall. The Wildcats are riding…

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Building blocks; Wilcats are looking for points, rebounds, and community service

November 23, 2013
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Building blocks; Wilcats are looking for points, rebounds, and community service

By John Goralski Sports Writer Preston Beverly looked back over his shoulder with quiet satisfaction as his Lincoln College New England men’s basketball team raced for the locker rooms at halftime. It wasn’t his team’s five point lead that brought a smile to the athletic director/coach. It was the swarm of kids from the Bristol…

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Lincoln College falls to .500 in week 2

November 13, 2013
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Lincoln College New England opened their conference schedule last week with a trio of road contests in Massachusetts. The Wildcats won the first one, but were edged by a total of three points over the next two games. With the win and two losses, the Wildcats fell to .500 (2-2),…

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Wildcats topple No.2 in opener

November 6, 2013
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Wildcat coaches couldn’t have been too disappointed when their Lincoln College NE basketball team trailed the No. 2 team in the NJCAA division III rankings nine points at the half, but on Saturday, Nov. 2 the Wildcats were just getting started. Jordan Taylor led the locals with 20 points, 15…

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The Blue Knight; After 3 decades Ernie Blue remains the measuring stick for Southington scorers

August 30, 2013
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The Blue Knight; After 3 decades Ernie Blue remains the measuring stick for Southington scorers

By John Goralski Sports Writer Bloomfield raced to a 26-17 lead in the first quarter of the 1971 season opener, so Blue Knight coach Ed Nardi gave Ernie Blue ‘the signal’ at the break between quarters. Blue had already scored nine of Southington’s 17 points against the fast-breaking Bloomfield squad, but the first year Southington…

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Lincoln College hires Stokes; Bristol Eastern assistant named as women’s hoops coach

August 13, 2013
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by Michael Letendre Staff Writer Bristol Eastern girls basketball assistant coach Mike Stokes has been a big part of the Lancers’ program since the late 1990s. Stokes have been head coach Tony Floyd’s right hand man for years now but the career assistant was looking for a bigger challenge and a team of his own.…

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Without question; Meghan McNicholas-Leggett set the standard for team players

August 4, 2013
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Without question; Meghan McNicholas-Leggett set the standard for team players

By John Goralski Sports Writer Maybe it was because of a late season slump that former Lady Knight softball coach Joe Piazza sent his prized sophomore to the plate to bat left-handed in the 1990 Class LL championship game. Maybe it was because his team was trailing by one run, and the coach saw something…

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Alexander the Great;Borofsky commits to hoops at Eastern

April 8, 2013
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Alexander the Great;Borofsky commits to hoops at Eastern

By John Goralski Sports Writer As a senior, Alex Borofsky scored almost half his shots inside the three-point arc and almost one third of his shots from beyond. Nobody scored more points in the paint. Nobody scored more on the perimeter. He led the team in assists, rebounds, and blocked shots. In his final game…

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