Posts Tagged ‘ swimming ’

Senior night; Swimmers back on top

October 24, 2014
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Senior night; Swimmers back on top

By Jon Goralski Sports Writer Kristen Loose clawed through the water between a pair of underclassmen as if she was ushering them toward the finish line of the 100 butterfly. Sam Sagnella was just a few strokes ahead. Patrycja Zajac was a few strokes behind, and Loose seemed to herd them both to the finish…

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Seven in a row; Swimmers sink Farmington

October 17, 2014
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Seven in a row; Swimmers sink Farmington

By John Goralski Sports Writer Farmington swimmers battled for first place in the opening relay, but it was already clear that Southington was the team to beat. The Indian anchor tipped the wall at the end of the medley relay, but there were Lady Knight swimmers on either side of her at the finish. Sure,…

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Still perfect at 6-0; Knights beat East Hartford, Meriden

October 10, 2014
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Still perfect at 6-0; Knights beat East Hartford, Meriden

By John Goralski Sports Writer Six up. Six down. With two more victories last week, the Lady Knights swim team has surged to a perfect, 6-0 start. Now, as the girls dive into the start of their powerhouse conference schedule, Coach Evan Tuttle thinks his team is ready to make some noise. “We’re as ready…

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Swimmers win twice

October 3, 2014
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Swimmers win twice

By John Goralski Sports Writer Evan Tuttle gathered his team at the edge of the YMCA pool and smiled. Southington had just dispatched Manchester, an historical rival, by a wide margin, but it wasn’t the victory that Tuttle was most pleased about. The new lights at the YMCA pool were like a spotlight on his…

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Passing the first test; Swimmers open the season with 2 wins

September 26, 2014
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Passing the first test; Swimmers open the season with 2 wins

By John Goralski Sports Writer Southington faced two rivals to start the fall campaign. Both presented different challenges. Both ended the same. The Lady Knights won easily, qualified swimmers for the postseason, and turned to exhibition races with at least two events remaining. “We’re doing it the right way,” said Southington swim coach Evan Tuttle.…

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Shattering pool records; Girls Swimming returns with high expectations

September 20, 2014
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By John Goralski Sports Writer Records seemed to fall every time that a Southington swimmer hit the water last fall. A senior broke her own record in the 100 breaststroke, and she snapped another record in the 100 freestyle. A freshman broke the 50 freestyle record, and a four-person relay shattered the 200 freestyle mark.…

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Town announces end of summer pool hours

August 13, 2014
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The following is the end of season hours for Southington’s two public pools. The Memorial Park Pool, on Woodruff Street, is open through Friday, August 22. On Friday, August 15, the pool is open noon to 8 p.m. On August 16-17, the pool is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. On August 18-22, it is…

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Local pools open for the season

June 18, 2014
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Southington’s two public pools are open for the season. The pools, at Recreation Park and Veterans Memorial Park, are open to Southington residents only. However, one out of town guest is allowed. Pool hours are subject to change. For more information contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 860-276-6219. Recreation Park Pool, Maxwell Noble Dr.,…

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DEEP issues water quality report about state parks

May 29, 2014
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Listed below are the state park beaches where water quality is tested by DEP to ensure that it is safe for swimming. Samples are collected by Department of Energy and Environmental Protection staff and are analyzed at the Department of Public Health Lab. Local health departments are responsible for sampling municipal swimming areas.  For information…

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Open season for the Blue Knights; 200 freestyle relay advances to the state open championship

March 28, 2014
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Open season for the Blue Knights; 200 freestyle relay advances to the state open championship

By John Goralski Sports Writer Charlie Morelli was the first to hit the water at Yale University during the first leg of the 200 freestyle relay. He was the first one to the far wall and the first one to complete the lap. Just a few days earlier the Knights left the Class LL finals…

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