"She never stops playing at her best no matter whether it's a practice or a game," Waterford softball coach Andy Walker said of junior Maddie Burrows. "Whether it's just shagging a fly ball, she's going full bore, never taking a moment off."
About six years ago, East Lyme High School senior Dan Singer found his father’s old golf clubs while cleaning the basement with his mother. Little did Singer know that the discovery would lead to a love affair with the sport.
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East Lyme junior Sydney Sager was named The Day's 2021 All-Area Girls' Lacrosse Player of the Year. A first team all-state pick, Sager finished with 33 goals and 12 assists, but it was her ability to control the midfield which stood out.
East Lyme senior Matt Valakos had 64 goals and 68 assists this season for 132 points. He earned Class M all-state and U.S. Lacrosse All-America honors, as well as being named The Day's 2021 All-Area Boys' Lacrosse Player of the Year.
Waterford High School freshman Sarah Hage was named The Day's 2021 All-Area Girls' Tennis Player of the Year. She was the ECC champ, dispatching Stonington's Maddie Hamm 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 in a 3-hour, 16-minute match.
No one in the Shoreline Conference was better than Old Lyme senior George Danes, who went undefeated in singles action for the third regular season in a row, winning the Shoreline title and earning all-state honors.
Barring a dramatic change of direction, Texas and Oklahoma are moving toward taking the Red River Rivalry to the Southeastern Conference in a seismic shift that will have repercussions in college sports from coast to coast
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Puleo started 12th in the 19-car field, calmly moved up through the field and roared underneath Buddy Charette with 9 laps to go en route to his first win of the season. Puleo has seven career SK Lite wins, but this was his first since 2018.
Held hitless into the eighth inning by Domingo Germán and looking feeble, Alex Verdugo and the Boston Red Sox suddenly erupted for five runs to shake Fenway Park and storm past the New York Yankees 5-4