Posts Tagged ‘ college ’

Blue Knight wrestlers commit to next level

May 1, 2015
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Blue Knight coach Derek Dion surveys his senior trio as they commit to wrestle at the next level during a ceremony on April 24 at the high school. From left, Zach Bylykbashi, Shawn Devin, and Zack Murillo.

By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER Three Southington Blue Knights wrestlers signed their college letters of intent at the high school to wrestle at the next level. On Friday, April 24, Zack Murillo, Zach Bylykbashi, and Shawn Devin committed to grapple for four more years. “Really, the story of all three of them starts with the parents…

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Six grade students enriched in college classes

May 2, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Katherine Drechsler and Morgan Duling of DePaolo Middle School recently made a public service announcement (PSA) video called, “Be a Buddy…Not a Bully.” Besides displaying recent facts about bullying nationwide, the video also featured school administrators, faculty and other students holding up signs to share the PSA’s message of anti-bullying…

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Knights show great intentions; Five student-athletes sign letters of intent during early signing period

November 29, 2013
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Photo by John Goralski
Blue Knight teammates Kevin Cop, left, and Michael Lange, right, commit to rival college teams on Thursday, Nov. 14. Cop has committed to play lacrosse at Quinnipiac University in Hamden. Lange will play at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield.

By John Goralski Sports Writer It’s almost becoming common place to find family members and friends herded into a small conference room tucked away in the back corner of the high school while photographers are ushered into the room by coaches in suits. The NCAA opened its early signing period on Wednesday, Nov. 13, and…

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

November 23, 2013
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By John Goralski
Jalen David attacks the rim during a win over Quinsigamond CC on Saturday, Nov. 16 at Bristol Eastern. With two wins last week, Lincoln College NE improved to 4-2.

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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Schools offer new enrichment program; Like Learners to offer new opportunities

September 19, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer With the lost of the SOAR program last May due to budget cuts, the Southington School District decided to devote its time over the summer to creating a new enrichment opportunity for gifted and talented students in all eight elementary schools and the two middle schools. Superintendent Dr. Joseph Erardi…

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The next level; Dave Palladino joins a growing list of college-bound Knights

May 26, 2013
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By John Goralski
Dave Palladino signs a letter of intent on Friday, May 17 to play college baseball at Eastern CT State University.

by John Goralski Sports Writer Dave Palladino’s game face finally cracked as he grabbed the pen and scribbled his signature across the page. The Southington catcher didn’t smile during either of his no-hitters. He didn’t smile at home plate after any of his three home runs as a senior. Palladino has become known for his…

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