Posts Tagged ‘ SHS ’

These students are tops in their class

May 22, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco
These three are the top students in the SHS senior class. From left, Alex Queen is valedictorian, Dan Connolly is salutatorian and Alexis Dziubek is the class essayist.

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer With graduation less than a month away, Southington High School has announced the top three students in the Class of 2014. For seniors Alex Queen, Dan Connolly and Alexis Dziubek, graduating at the top of their senior class means that four years of hard work and dedication paid off. Southington…

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Southington High School releases third quarter honor roll

May 7, 2014
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Southington High School has released its honor roll for the third marking period. Grade 9, First Honors: Madison Aldieri, Abigail Alfieri, Michael Allen, Hallie Altwies, Alissa Anglis, Jake Aparo, Lily Baker, Ashley Barry, Katerina Belales, Daniel Berube, Kayla Birmingham, Skylar Blumetti, Alyssa Boucher, Sydney Brault, Dorina Bregu, Megan Burke, Laura Calandra, Xaria Callender, William Carbone,…

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New assistant principal at SHS

April 30, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Southington High School has welcomed a new assistant principal. The school board voted unanimously in approval to appoint Dianne Holst-Grubbe to the position of Assistant Principal. Holding a Master of Arts Degree in Education and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, Grubbe has experience working in several different school…

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Cyber Knights prep for world championships

April 25, 2014
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The Cyber Knights honored the late Ben Buckley, who passed away in January.

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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Knights set best times in back-to-back meets

February 21, 2014
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Evan Tuttle knew that his team’s midseason schedule was like getting hit in the face by a 2×4. He knew that most teams would shrink from the challenge of two West Hartford schools followed by a late night meet in Simsbury. Winning? A long shot. But when his team failed…

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Gymnasts continue to roll; Lady Knights improve to 7-0 with win over Farmington

February 7, 2014
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By John Goralski
Kayla Nati performs her floor routine during a win over Farmington on Satur-day, Feb. 1.

By John Goralski Sports Writer It wasn’t spectacular. It wasn’t their highest score of the season, but on Saturday, Feb. 1, the Knights did what they had to do to win. Nagging injuries continued to plague the Lady Knight gymnasts. Many were tired after a night of club gymnastics just a few hours earlier, but…

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The Head of the Class; Knights edge Glastonbury in Class L rivalry

January 24, 2014
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Photo by John Goralski
Vicky Castillo clears the vault during a Lady Knight victory over Glastonbury on Jan. 18.

By John Goralski Sports Writer Fan packed into the seats alongside the beam and crowded into the spaces between mats. Spectators huddled in every open space just to catch a glimpse of the regular season rivalry between Glastonbury gymnasts and  the Lady Knights. Most pundits predict that the Class L title will come down to…

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Cyber Knights begin planning stages for robotics

January 11, 2014
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By Tammi Naudus
Southington High School Cyber Knight members Anthony D'Abramo, Mateusz, and Matthew McLaughlin work on creating a robot during an all day robotics practice on Saturday.

By Ed Harris Editor The Southington High School Cyber Knights team kicked off its 2014 season Saturday, with an all day kickoff event that included a new rookie partner team from Plainville High School. The Cyber Knights team is now in its seventeenth year and currently consists of 65 students. The team is supported by…

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Racing to the new year: Girls Basketball at 5-0

January 2, 2014
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Kaitlin Paterson scores a rebound during a 64-39 win over Bristol Central.

By JOHN GORALSKI EDITOR For the first eight minutes, the Lady Knights tormented Bristol Central ball handlers. They stepped in the lanes. They batted passes. They seemed to climb around the Rams like a swarm of puppies, and the pressure forced 11 turnovers during the first eight-minute stretch. Still, it took the Knights a full quarter…

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Ready for Round 2: Gymnasts return everyone from New England meet

January 2, 2014
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Marilyn Sporbert, Captain

portfolio_slideshow id=8007 By JOHN GORALSKI EDITOR It still brings a smile to Kaitlin O’Donnell’s face when she’s asked about last year’s performance by her Lady Knight gymnasts at the New England championship meet. She remembers the wide-eyed expressions as her young team gathered around her during warm-ups, and the team’s only senior perching helplessly on crutches…

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