Posts Tagged ‘ Southington High School ’

Southington High School announces first quarter honor roll

December 23, 2012
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Southington High School recently released its honor roll for the first marking period. Grade 9, First Honors: Leandro Antonio Alejandro, Griffin Alix, Ciara Backus, Alicia Badorek, Angela Balaoing, Mikayla Bedell, Alexandra Bieniek, Samantha Butlien, Lauren Cafasso, Rebecca Caisse, Anthony Cammuso, Grace Cardozo, Victoria Castillo, Katelin Chamberland, Benjamin Chasse, Fizza Chaudhry, Payton Chiaro, Nicole Christensen, Timothy…

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Picking up steam; Knights bounce back from slow start

December 19, 2012
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By John Goralski
Tyler Hyde establishes control over Bristol Eastern wrestler Steve Goodrich during a 170-pound bout on Wednesday, Dec. 12.

By John Goralski Sports Writer On Wednesday, Dec. 12, Travis Daly was tossing around his opponent like a cat with a ball of string, but that wasn’t enough. The defending state champion had to score a pin late in the meet if his team had a chance to win. Bristol Eastern was consistently out-wrestling the…

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Camp Sloper Celebrates with Santa

December 17, 2012
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Rex and Rocket of Fox Glove Farm lead the wagon

Santa and Mrs Claus visited YMCA Camp Sloper on Saturday December 8th.  Families visited the camp for  family oriented activities.  Toys were collected by the Mill Foundation For Kids.  Fox Glove Farm provided horse and carriage rides.  Southington Brass entertained the crowd with holiday favorites.  Crafts projects were provided.  Hot chocolate and cookies were served…

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Learning their lessons; Lady Knights use first week as an early measure

December 13, 2012
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By John Goralski
Senior guard Stephanie O’Keefe drives past a Bloomfield defender during a 58-33 win in the season opener.

By John Goralski Sports Writer You’re never as good as your wins or as bad as your losses. That’s the lesson that Coach Mike Forgione wants his Lady Knight basketball team to take out of the first week of the winter season. Southington manhandled Bloomfield for a lopsided win on opening day, but they squandered…

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Letter of intent; Moquin signs with Mercy College

December 10, 2012
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By John Goralski
Lady Knight ace Jordyn Moquin signs a letter of intent to play at Mercy College next year.

By John Goralski Sports Writer Jordyn Moquin smiled as she gripped the pen and began scrawling her signature across the pages of the contract. Her family and friends lined the wall of the conference room, and a look of relief washed across her parents’ faces. With a flick of her pen, Moquin secured her dreams…

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Southington Welcomes in the Holiday Season.

December 8, 2012
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Hospitality Night (1)

On Friday, Dec. 7, the Downtown Merchants Association held its annual Christmas celebration, Hospitality Night.  Townspeople gathered for the lighting of the green, a choral sing, horse and carriage rides, and to visit with Santa.  For photos of this event, click the  tab to see our gallery.

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Civil rights activist speaks at SHS

December 7, 2012
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By Tammi Naudus
Author and civil rights activist Arthur Miller spoke about bullying and responsibility at Southington High School last week.

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Author and civil rights activist Arthur Miller spoke about bullying and taking responsibility to Southington High School students. After a few years of visiting regularly, he has become a familiar face to the school community. “I try to talk about the greater good,” he said. “If you tell stories, you…

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Last stand; Knights lose rematch with Glastonbury

December 6, 2012
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By Vinny Rossitto
Blue Knight defenders stop Glastonbury quarterback Ben Berey during a Class LL opening round loss on Wednesday, Nov. 28.

By John Goralski Sports Writer A fumble on the first play from scrimmage allowed Glastonbury to take the early lead. Soft coverage after a successful goal line stance set up a Tomahawk field goal at the end of the first half, and defensive breakdown enabled an 85-yard scored in the second half that pushed the…

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Good Intentions; Knights commit to college athletics

November 23, 2012
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Four baseball players sat at a table in the high school and shifted in their seats as they studied the contracts before them. A small collection of hats was scattered in front of them. Each one was a different color, and each one marked a different destination. With a collective…

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A league of her own; Jen Gombotz-Mikowski raised the bar for every athlete at Southington High School

October 26, 2012
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Coach Joe Piazza said he’ll never forget Jen Gombotz-Mikowski’s first at bat against varsity pitching. It came in the mid-1980s during a summer travel game against Wallingford. With only eight players, he scanned the sidelines for a volunteer. “There was no way that we were going to forfeit that game,”…

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