Killingly Board of Education Chairmen John Burns sent a letter to the school community on Thursday stating Killingly High School would no longer be using the name Redmen nor imagery of Native Americans for its athletic teams, the Norwich Bulletin reported. The Killingly Board of Education voted last month to have the town’s superintendent of […]
Killingly is the latest high school to consider changing its nickname, according to reports in the Norwich Bulletin. Killingly has used the Redmen as its nickname for about seven decades. The Board of Education voted at the end of June to ask the Nipmuc Tribe if it finds the Redmen name and logo offensive. If […]
Here is our annual breakdown of state championships by school. This list includes only CIAC sanctioned sports and team championships. It does include both Class and State Open titles. New England and national titles are not included. Here’s a look back at 2017-18 2018-19 state championships by school Bloomfield (7) Football (S) Boys Indoor Track […]
HARWINTON — East Catholic avenged last year’s playoff loss to Killingly for the CIAC Division III state golf championship Tuesday at Fairview Farm Golf Course in Harwinton as Lewis Mills’ Colby Norton shot a dazzling 69 fo…
The 2019 GameTimeCT All-State Gymnastics Team. Compiled by Rich DePreta. Photos by Hearst Connecticut Media. Designed by Pete Paguaga. FIRST TEAM ♦♦♦ Gymnast of the Year Lydia Taft Woodstock Academy Stats: No. 1 qualifier in state on all-around (36.4875 point average); No. 2 qualifier in state on floor exercise (9.4875); No. 3 qualifier in state […]
KILLINGLY — Matt Charron had signed his boys up with Killingly Youth Wrestling when they were 8, and now here they were in the Guilford High gym a decade later on his 41st birthday.
“At first we didn’t like…
GUILFORD — Getting a response from coaches to the question which teams were best positioned to win a Class M championship brought about a litany of choices.
Defending champion Foran High and last year’s run…
Where: Trumbull High School
When: Saturday, 9 a.m. (finals scheduled for 5 p.m.)
Defending champion: Danbury
The big finish to the girls gymnastics season begins next weekend as Jonathan Law High School will host the Class L, Class M and Class S state championships in Milford on Saturday, Feb. 23.
As teams use thi…
There are no more easy matches now.
Conference championship weekend crowned individual and team champions across the state, and now the cream will rise to the top even further. Class meets are set to start …
If performing well down the stretch of a grueling regular season has an impact on postseason performance, then a championship banner might be hanging in the Simsbury High gym by the time February ends.
The semifinals are set and will be Sunday, Dec. 2. at sites of the higher seeds. The championship games will be held Saturday, Dec. 8 at sites and times to be determined. Schedule changes noted in red. You can purchase tickets online here. Sign up for the Whistle Newsletter from GameTimeCT and get this and other […]
SIXTEEN DOWN. Sixteen remaining. All with a shot to reach the glorious state championship games this Saturday. Welcome to the War room. Our own personal NORAD for the Connecticut high school football state playoffs, the place where you can track everything happening in today’s state football semifinal round. 2018 FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SCOREBOARD If you’re stuck at […]
The question before the house when St. Joseph played host to Killingly for a spot in the Class M title game was simple. Could St. Joseph’s defense keep Killingly’s balanced attack off the field long enough for the Cadets’ offense to maintain i…
More Semifinal Previews: Class LL | Class L | Class S 2018 Class M football preview capsules, compiled by Sean Patrick Bowley and Pete Paguaga. Schedule changes noted in red. No.4 Killingly at No. 1 St. Joseph WHERE/WHEN – at McDougall Stadium, Trumbull HS, Sunday, 2:30 p.m. TICKETS – Adults $10, Students/Senior Citizen $5 RECORDS – […]
TRUMBULL — The equation going into one half of the Class M semifinal bracket seems fairly straightforward.
Top-seeded St. Joseph scores a lot of points.
Fourth-seeded Killingly scores even more points.
Welcome to the fourteenth edition of the GameTimeCT football podcast. Thirty-two teams entered postseason season play on Tuesday and now 16 teams are left as the season heads towards the semifinals this weekend. We saw a handful of good games across the board and a couple of routs. You can check out the full postseason […]
The 2018 Class M football quarterfinal preview capsules. Compiled by Pete Paguaga. More quarterfinal previews: CLASS LL | CLASS L | CLASS S All games Tuesday, Nov. 27, 6:30 p.m. No. 8 Rockville at No. 1 St. Joseph WHERE – At Penders Field, Stratford TICKETS – Adults $10, Students/Senior Citizen $5 RECORDS – Rockville 7-3, St. […]
The 2018 Eastern Connecticut Conference All-Star Football Teams. Division 1 Offense Center — Austin Beebe, Fitch Lineman — Joe Klick, NFA Lineman — Jeffrey Andruskiewicz, NFA Lineman — Josh Morton, East Lyme Lineman — Rahtrel Perry, New London Quarterback — Elijah Parker, NFA Receiver — Zehki Burgess, New London Receiver — Spencer Duthrie, East Lyme Receiver — Kevin Pomroy, NFA Back — Jacob Commander, New […]
CIAC Real-Time Qualifying Tables: CLASS LL | CLASS L | CLASS M | CLASS S It turned out to be a rainy, cold and miserable night for all of Connecticut’s football teams playing Friday, even those that pushed their games up a few hours in anticipation. But for a few teams, including a majority of […]
KILLINGLY — In the growing darkness of an early September evening, up in the state’s Quiet Corner, a familiar voice began counting.
“One Mississippi! Two Mississippi! Three Mississippi!”
Here was Jack Cochran, perhaps the brightest mind Connec…
Vitals COACH — CHAD NEAL (14th year, 67-83) CONFERENCE — ECC Division II PLAYOFF CLASS — M (377 boys enrollment; CIAC school-of-choice playoff success promotion) HOME — Killingly High School Sports Complex, Dayville 2017 RECORD — 13-0, Class M Champion 2018 OPENER — Sept. 7 vs. Plainfield, 6:30 p.m. TEAM WEBSITE — MaxPreps | killinglyfootball.wixsite.com/khsfootball | […]
It wasn’t named the Kelly Award winner as the No. 1 high school football team in Connecticut, yet Killingly’s football program was the toast of the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s Breakfast of Champions Saturday morning at the Omni Hotel in New Haven. The Class M champions earned just about every other honor. Running back Spencer […]
GameTimeCT producer and editor Sean Patrick Bowley — who might have been one of only two people next to CIAC’s Joel Cookson to see three state championships live — joined Noah Finz and Marc Robbins for the final time this 2017 football season. The discussion, of course, was a breakdown of the four state championship […]
The Final 2017 Football Playoff Scoreboard And so another Connecticut high school football season comes to a close. After three eye-opening state championship games to wraps things up on Monday night, we now turn the voters in the New Haven Register’s Top 10 poll to take final stock of what we witnessed throughout this season, […]
Killingly defeated Barlow 41-14 on Monday night at Veterans Stadium in New Britain to claim the Class M championship.
Spencer Lockwood, who has bruised and battered his way to a 3,000-yard rushing season and has Killingly playing for its first state championship since 1996, is the 2017 Gatorade State Player of the year, the organization announced Monday. Lockwood, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior running back and linebacker, has run 306 times for 3,027 yards and […]
Vitals Where/When Veterans’ Memorial Stadium, New Britain, Monday, December 11, 6:30 p.m. Broadcast Info ON THE AIR/WEB: NFHS Network | WINY 1350-AM | CIAC on Facebook COMPLETE ROSTERS/INFO | TICKETS Seeds/Records No. 1 KILLINGLY 12-0 No. 6 BARLOW 9-3 Coaches Killingly: Chad Neal — 13th season (66-83) Barlow: Rob Tynan — 26th season Scouting Report How they Got Here […]
KILLINGLY — Spencer Lockwood ran 30 times for 265 yards and four touchdowns as top-seeded Killingly routed No. 4 Berlin 49-7 in the Class M semifinals Sunday afternoon. The win, Killingly’s first semifinal victory in three-consecutive appearances, propels the Redmen to their first state championship game since winning it all over New Canaan in the […]