March 24, 2017

Lyme-Old Lyme HS Girls Take Second Place at State Gymnastics Championship

Class S State Championship runners-up!

Coach Kim Detuzzi led Lyme-Old Lyme to an amazing second place in the CIAC Class S gymnastics state championship, which was held Saturday at Pomperaug High School in Southbury. This result was the culmination of an extremely successful season during which numerous records were shattered by this talented team.

The contest was won by Woodstock Academy, which triumphed for the fifth time in a row with 151.425 points, while the Wildcats finished with an impressive 132.075 points.

Team members include Mary Bolles, Britney Detuzzi Anna Donato, Caroline Montanaro and Melia Tyrol.

Detuzzi scored 8.925 on both floor exercise and vault, 8.55 on balance beam and 8.2 on uneven bars, achieving the highest score of the team on each event.

The Wildcats, who finished as one of the top four scoring teams in the divisional championships, have now qualified to compete in the open team championship to be held March 4 at New Milford High School.

Congratulations, Wildcats!

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Old Lyme/Valley Warriors Take on St. Joe’s Tonight in Class M Championship Semi-final

Warrior football action from the team's victory over H-K. File photo by Laura Matesky.

Warrior football action from the team’s victory over H-K. File photo by Laura Matesky.

Tonight at 6:30 p.m. on their home field at Deep River, the top-seeded Valley/Old Lyme Warriors face Saint Joseph’s in the semi-finals of the CIAC Class M football championship.

Go Warriors!

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UPDATE: Warriors Win! A Senior Season to Remember: Old Lyme’s Burdick Helps Power Valley Warriors to Top Seed in CIAC Play-Offs

Garrett Burdick (#3) in action in last week's blow-out 31-0 victory over Haddam-Killingworth.

Garrett Burdick (#3) in action in last week’s blow-out 31-0 victory over Haddam-Killingworth. Photo by Laura Matesky.

UPDATE 10:00pm: Warriors win 30:12 over Berlin!  Now the boys advance to the semi-final Monday, Dec. 5, at Valley Regional High School against Saint Joseph.

Tonight at 6:30 p.m. on their home field at Deep River, the Valley/Old Lyme Warriors face Berlin in the quarter-finals of the CIAC Class M football championship. The Warriors are the top seeds in the contest but Berlin’s Redcoats will be no push-over according to sports writer Ned Griffen in an article published at this link in The Day yesterday.

Proud parents Paul and Judy stand with their son, Lyme-Old Lyme High School senior Garrett , at Senior Night celebrations last week. Photo by Laura Matesky.

Proud parents Paul and Judy stand with their son, Lyme-Old Lyme High School senior Garrett , at Senior Night celebrations last week. Photo by Laura Matesky.

Much will ride tonight on the shoulders of Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS) senior Garrett Burdick, who has been enjoying an exceptional season, especially considering the fact that he had never played football prior to his freshman year.  Moreover, he didn’t even attend LOLHS for his first two years of high school and so had to sit out his early games last season to comply with CIAC transfer regulations.

Ned Griffen wrote a comprehensive article at this link highlighting Burdick’s remarkable career and major contribution to the Warriors that was published in the Nov. 27 edition of The Day.

Go Warriors!

 

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Two Lyme-Old Lyme HS Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent to Play D1 Lacrosse

Proud parents Peter and Chrissy Cowell of Old Lyme watch as their daughter Sydney (left, seated) signs her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Quinnipiac University after graduation from Lyme-Old Lyme High School. Similarly, John and Nancy Mesham of Old Lyme watch as daughter Anna (seated right) signs to play at Sacred Heart University. The girls Nor'easter club team coach (wearing black jacket) stands in the center.

Proud parents Peter and Chrissy Cowell (standing left) of Old Lyme watch as their daughter Sydney (seated left) signs her National Letter of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at Quinnipiac University after graduation from Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS) in June 2017. Similarly, John and Nancy Mesham (standing right) of Old Lyme watch as daughter Anna (seated right) signs to play Division I lacrosse at Sacred Heart University, also after her June 2017 graduation from LOLHS. The girls Nor’easter club team coach (wearing black jacket) stands in the center.

A ceremony was held Nov. 13 at Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS) when two seniors signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at colleges in the fall of 2017.

Sydney Cowell (seated left) and Anna Mesham (seated right) sign National Letters of Intent proudly watched by (from left to right) Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS) Athletic Director Hildie Heck, LOLHS Girls' Lacrosse Coach Emily Maciano and LOLHS Principal Jim Wygonik. standing,

Sydney Cowell (seated left) and Anna Mesham (seated right) sign National Letters of Intent watched by (from left to right, standing) LOLHS Athletic Director Hildie Heck, LOLHS Girls’ Lacrosse Coach Emily Macione and LOLHS Principal Jim Wygonik,

Sydney Cowell will play at Quinnipiac University and Anna Mesham at Sacred Heart University.

Congratulations, girls — what a well-deserved honor and achievement!

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Wildcats Win! Gleason’s Girls Take State Championship Title in 1-0 Win Over Old Saybrook

The team with their trophy.

The team with their trophy!  All photos by Caitlin O’Neil.

In Saturday’s Class S championship game, Lyme-Old Lyme High School senior Caleigh O’Neil kicked the ball in the back of Old Saybrook’s net with 37 minutes left on the clock.

The four Wildcat seniors proudly display the trophy.

From left to right, Maddie Zrenda and Wildcat seniors Jenna Peduzzi, Caleigh O’Neil and Mary Bolles proudly display the trophy.

Old Saybrook failed to equalize before the final whistle and so Old Lyme brings home the state trophy, which they also won last year — but as co-winners with Fairfield Notre Dame.

Caleigh O'Neil, who scored the lone goal that won the championship for the Wildcats, was interviewed after being named game MVP.

Caleigh O’Neil, who scored the lone goal that won the championship for the Wildcats, was interviewed after being named game MVP.

This year, Paul Gleason and his amazing band of soccer players have it all to themselves and can place it alongside the Shoreline Championship trophy that they won a few weeks ago.

The Wildcats celebrate the moment of victory. Photo by T. Tinnerello.

The Wildcats celebrate the moment of victory. Photo by T. Tinnerello.

Congratulations, Wildcats on this awesome victory!

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Lyme-Old Lyme HS Alum Nick Walker Finishes 9th of New England Entrants in D3 National Championship XC Race

Nick stands with LOLHS Cross-country coaches Barbara O’Leary and Bill Raider in this 2011 photo.

Nick stands with LOLHS Cross-country coaches Barbara O’Leary and Bill Raider in this 2011 photo.

11/20 UPDATE taken from Bowdoin College website: Nick Walker raced to a strong finish on Saturday at the NCAA Division III Championship meet at E.P “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville, finishing 47th in the men’s 8k race (25:04.5).  In extremely windy conditions, Walker finished ninth among New England entrants, capping a fantastic senior campaign. He finished just 1:24.5 off the winning pace.

Nick Walker, who graduated from Lyme-Old Lyme High School in 2012 and is presently a senior at Bowdoin College, runs today in the NCAA Division 3 National Championship, which is being held at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky. Last Saturday, he came in 10th place overall in the NCAA Division 3 New England Men’s Cross-country Regional Championship, when he ran the 8K (4.97 miles) in 25:00.01 minutes and, as a result, qualified on an individual basis for today’s National Championship.

Walker’s cross-country career began and developed running the roads of Lyme and at both Lyme-Old Lyme Middle and High Schools, culminating in him becoming the Shoreline Cross-country champion in 2011.

This photo shows the Bowdoin Mens Cross-country team. Nick Walker is fourth from the right.

This photo shows the Bowdoin Mens Cross-country team. Nick Walker is fourth from the right.

He has been running at Bowdoin College ever since and has qualified for the first time for the national championship, an exceptional feat requiring a significant amount of training.  He is co-captain of the Bowdoin team and a neuroscience major.

Nick stands with his parents, Cary and David Walker of Lyme, after a recent race.

Nick stands with his parents, Cary and David Walker of Lyme, after a recent race.

Nick Walker in action at Franklin Park earlier this year.

Nick Walker in action at Franklin Park earlier this year.

Nick’s parents are David and Cary Walker of Lyme and his sister Lucy, who also attended Bowdoin, was valedictorian of Lyme-Old Lyme High School’s Class of 2010.

Today’s National Championship meet in Louisville will be broadcast over the web for all those from Lyme and Old Lyme wishing to cheer on Walker (hopefully!) to victory.

For more information on today’s National Championship schedule, visit http://www.ncaa.com/liveschedule

For more information on the Cross-country National Championship, visit https://www.gotolouisville.com/cross-country/

For more information on Bowdoin athletics, visit http://athletics.bowdoin.edu/sports/mxc/2016-17/releases/20161112m6ib7t

Good luck, Nick — we’re all rooting for you!

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Old Lyme Wildcats Face Saybrook Rams in Class S State Soccer Final Today

Photo by Lori Archambault Wallace.

File photo by Lori Archambault Wallace.

Second-seeded Old Lyme face perennial Shoreline Conference rival and 13th seeded Old Saybrook in the CIAC Class S state championship tomorrow at the West Haven Sports Complex. Kick-off is at 11 a.m.

Paul Gleason’s ‘Cats defeated #11 seeds Terryville earlier in the week with a convincing 3-0 win after goals by Jenna Peduzzi, Maddie Ouelette and Keelin Hurtt.

Old Saybrook defeated Portland on penalties to reach the final.  The Wildcats are defending Class S co-champions having drawn 2-2 with Notre-Dame Fairfield in the final last year.

GO WILDCATS!!!!

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Wildcats Advance to State Soccer Final for Second Consecutive Year

Photo by Lori Archambault Wallace.

File photo by Lori Archambault Wallace.

Second-seeded Old Lyme dominated last night’s Class S state semifinal game against #11 seeds Terryville coming away with a convincing 3-0 win after goals by Jenna Peduzzi, Maddie Ouelette and Keelin Hurtt.

Paul Gleason’s team now advances to the final on Saturday against perennial Shoreline Conference rival Old Saybrook, who defeated Portland on penalties last night.  The Wildcats are defending Class S co-champions having drawn 2-2 with Notre-Dame Fairfield in the final last year.

The location and time of this Saturday’s game is yet to be determined.

GO WILDCATS!!!!

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Gleason’s Girls Take on Terryville Tonight in Class S Soccer Semifinal

The Wildcats celebrate after defeating Coventry 2-0 in Saturday's game.

The Wildcats celebrate after defeating Coventry 2-0 in Saturday’s game.

9:50PM UPDATE:  Wildcats Win 3-0!!  Now the girls advance to the state final on Saturday. GO WILDCATS!!!

The Lyme-Old Lyme High School girls soccer team takes on #11 seeds Terryville in the CIAC Class S state semi-final tonight at 7 p.m. at Falcon Field in Meriden.  A win would take the Wildcats, who are seeded second, into the final for the second time in as many years where they potentially could meet perennial local rival Old Saybrook, who play Portland in the other semifinal in Middletown tonight.

Coach Paul Gleason’s girls are defending Class S co-champions after drawing 2-2 with Notre-Dame Fairfield in the final last year.  The Wildcats reached the semifinal on Friday after defeating Coventry 2-0 in the quarterfinal played in Old Lyme.

Go Wildcats!

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Valley/Old Lyme Warriors Qualify for Class M Football Playoffs

Coach Tim King didn’t bother to tell his players that a win Saturday would earn the Valley Regional/Old Lyme cooperative program a trip to the CIAC Class M football playoffs.

His first concern was taking care of business against a struggling opponent, winless Canton.

“The kids did exactly what we asked,” King said. “We wanted to get our varsity kids off the field by halftime and we wanted to get our JV group some experience.” … Read the full article by “Day Staff Reports” and published in The Day on Saturday, Nov. 12,  at this link

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Wildcats Win! Gleason’s Girls Secure Record Fourth Consecutive Shoreline Championship

Champions! Paul Gleason's girls won their fourth consecutive Shoreline Conference championship Friday night at Portland High School.

Champions! Paul Gleason’s girls won their fourth consecutive Shoreline Conference championship Friday night at Portland High School.

The Lyme-Old Lyme High School girl’s soccer team shattered a Shoreline Conference record this evening when they defeated North Branford 1-0 to win their fourth consecutive championship.  Wildcat Mya Johnson scored about five minutes into the second half and the goal stood unanswered until the final whistle.

This win places the Wildcats in the Shoreline Conference history books as four consecutive wins by the same team has never before been achieved.

The girls took a well-deserved few minutes to celebrate their victory

The girls took a well-deserved few minutes to celebrate their victory

The ‘Cats went into the final as top seeds while the Thunderbirds came in at number six after defeating second seeds Cromwell in their semifinal.

CONGRATULATIONS, WILDCATS!

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Wildcat Girls Win, Boys Lose in Shoreline Semis Today

The traditional Wildcat huddle takes place before every game.

The traditional Wildcat huddle takes place before every game. Photo by K. Winters.

3:30pm UPDATE:  Girls defeat Valley 1-0 with goal by Keelin Hurtt with 59.5 seconds left on the clock! The Wildcats now advance to Shoreline finals on Friday. Congratulations, Wildcats!

4:05pm UPDATE: Boys game now in overtime against Morgan.

4:30pm UPDATE: Heartbreak for the Wildcat boys.  They lose 1-0 to Morgan after their own earlier goal was disallowed.

Both the Wildcat boys and girls soccer teams play in the Shoreline Conference semifinals in an exciting double-header at home today.

Paul Gleason’s girls kick off at 12 noon against Valley Regional High School and Marc Vendetti’s boys play The Morgan School of Clinton at 2 p.m.

Go Wildcats!

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‘Bound for the Sound’ Road Race Benefits Lyme-Old Lyme Education Foundation

And they're off! Runners participating in last year's 10K start the race.

And they’re off! Runners participating in last year’s 10K take their first steps in the race.

The Lyme–Old Lyme Education Foundation’s (LOLEF) 5th annual Bound for the Sound Road Race takes place next Saturday, Sept. 24, starting at 8 a.m., on Hartford Ave., in the Sound View area of Old Lyme.

Runners can choose between a 10K or 5K course, or a one-mile Fun Run. The course travels through the scenic, easy terrain of South Lyme. All proceeds from the race benefit the Foundation’s educational programs in the Lyme-Old Lyme Public Schools.

Runners of all ages are welcome, including those in strollers. Register for the race at http://lolef.org or in person before the race. Registration is $35 for adults, $10 for high school students and younger, with faculty and staff of the Region 18 Schools receiving a $10 discount off the registration fee.

Mary Stone, LOLEF President, commented, “We draw a great crowd each year, especially for the 10K. It’s one of the few 10K races in the region: the course is beautiful and runners really love it.” LOLEF race organizer Chris Staab added, “It’s a great community event that supports public education while promoting health and wellness.”

The LOLEF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization, governed by a volunteer board of directors from the towns of Lyme and Old Lyme.

The LOLEF’s mission is to create, continue, and enhance the valuable educational programs above and beyond those traditionally provided by the Lyme-Old Lyme Public Schools. The Foundation aligns its work with the District’s strategic planning process to encourage innovative and effective learning opportunities for students of all ages. It raises and distributes funds to enhance enrichment programs, support innovative teaching and learning, and build educational partnerships between Lyme-Old Lyme students and the community.

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Are You Ready For Some Football? 1pm Kick-Off at Lyme-Old Lyme HS for OL/Valley Warriors v. Saybrook Rams

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Action from last year’s game at Old Lyme.

This afternoon the Valley-Old Lyme Warriors meet the Saybrook Rams in the only game to be played in Old Lyme this season.  The Warriors regular home field is at Valley Regional High School.

Kick-off is at 1 p.m. on the Lyme-Old Lyme High School varsity field.

The Warriors come into today’s game with an unbeaten record having defeated Ellington 14-7 in the only game of the season to date.

We may not traditionally be a football town, but let’s turn out a huge crowd to support our boys!

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US Men’s Eight, with Old Lyme’s Austin Hack as Stroke, Finishes in 4th Place in Rio Olympics

The US Men's Eight in action yesterday morning. A determined Austin Hack is the first rower (the stroke) in the boat facing the camera. Photo courtesy of worldrowing.com

The US Men’s Eight in action Monday morning. A determined Austin Hack is the first rower (the stroke) in the boat facing the camera. Photo courtesy of worldrowing.com

Austin Hack

Austin Hack

In a commendable performance, the US Men’s Eight — with Old Lyme’s Austin Hack as stroke — finished in fourth place with a time of 5:34:23 in the Rio final Saturday morning.

The gold medal winners were England in 5:29:63 followed by Germany (5:30:96), who took the silver, while The Netherlands won the bronze medal in 5:31:59.

Congratulations, Austin and Team USA!

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US Men’s Eight, with Old Lyme’s Hack as Stroke, Qualifies for Saturday’s Olympic Final!

The US Men's Eight in action yesterday morning. A determined Austin Hack is the first rower (the stroke) in the boat facing the camera. Photo courtesy of worldrowing.com

The US Men’s Eight in action Monday morning. A determined Austin Hack is the first rower (the stroke) in the boat facing the camera. Photo courtesy of worldrowing.com

UPDATE: 8/11, 12:30pm: The US Men’s Eight crushed the opposition in the repechage this morning and qualified for the Olympic final at 10:24 EST on Saturday, where they will meet Germany, England, The Netherlands, Poland and New Zealand. Go Austin! Go Team USA!

UPDATE 8/11, 6:30am: Austin’s race is currently scheduled for 9 a.m. EST this morning, but his mom, Barbara Hack, said at around 5:30 a.m. that they are, “Waiting to hear if the wind will cooperate today. Forecast is for 15-25mph though currently seems calm.”  She adds, “Will let folks know when we know!”

UPDATE 8/10, 7:40am:  We just received word from Austin Hack’s mother, Barbara, that all rowing is cancelled in Rio today due to high winds.  The Men’s Eight repechage, in which Austin will again serve as stroke, will be rescheduled. We will post details of the new date and time as soon as they are available.

The US Men’s Eight, with Austin Hack as stroke, gave a strong performance in the second heat Monday morning to achieve second place behind Germany.  Thanks to that win, Germany  — reigning Olympic champions and #2 in the world — qualified directly for the final along with Great Britain, who won the first heat.  

The US team must now row again in the repechage on Wednesday at 9 a.m. EST to secure a spot in the final. We believe the top four from the repechage go forward into Saturday’s final.

Go Austin! Go Team USA!

 

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Old Lyme’s Hack Starts Quest for Rowing Gold in Rio This Morning

The US Men's Eight in action with Austin Hack as stroke. Photo courtesy of usrowing.com

The US Men’s Eight in action with Austin Hack as stroke.
Photo courtesy of usrowing.com

Update:  The US Men’s Eight came in second behind Germany in their heat this morning.  Germany has qualified directly for the final along with Great Britain, who won the first heat.  The US  team must now row again in the repechage on Wednesday at 9 a.m. EST to secure a spot in the final.

Go Austin! Go Team USA!

Austin Hack of Old Lyme, the stroke for the US Men’s Eight, has his first race at 8:20 a.m. Monday (Aug. 8) morning. The schedule had to be reconfigured after today’s racing was cancelled in Rio due to high winds.

 

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Hoping for Gold in Rio, World No. 1 Women’s Cyclist Guarnier Has Old Lyme Connection

The world No. 1 women's road cyclist , Megan Guarnier, who is competing in Rio on Sunday, is the niece of Cathy Nyberg of Old Lyme.

The world No. 1 women’s road cyclist , Megan Guarnier, who is competing in Rio on Sunday, is the niece of Cathy Nyberg of Old Lyme.

We assume the whole town knows that Old Lyme’s Austin Hack is the stroke for the US Men’s Eight and will race for gold in Rio next Saturday, but did you know there’s another Olympian at Rio, also with a strong chance to win a gold, who has a strong Old Lyme connection?

Megan Guarnier, the world No. 1 women’s road cyclist, is the niece of Dr. Catherine (Cathy) Burns Nyberg of Old Lyme. Megan is the daughter of Cathy’s sister, Mary Burns, of Glens Falls, N.Y., and hot favorite to win the gold in this coming Sunday’s 80-mile race.

There’s a wonderful full-page story in today’s Wall Street Journal about Megan — she has an interesting history since she went to Middlebury College as a swimmer, but has since morphed into a world-class professional cyclist, who this year has won the famed Giro Rosa race in Italy and the Tour of California, as well as a slew of other major road races all over the world.

And is Cathy Nyberg in Rio to watch her niece?  No, she’s up in Glens Falls dutifully taking care of her elderly parents while her sister Mary (Megan’s mother) and numerous others of her seven brothers and sisters are in Rio to cheer Megan to victory.

Go Team USA! Go Megan! And of course, go Austin!

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Malloy, Wyman Congratulate CT Athletes Competing in Olympics; OLRA to Host Viewing Party in Lyme for Austin Hack’s Race, All Welcome

The US Men's Eight in action with Austin Hack as stroke. Photo courtesy of usrowing.com

The US Men’s Eight in action with Austin Hack as stroke. Photo courtesy of usrowing.com

Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman yesterday congratulated the Connecticut athletes competing in the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and are wishing them the best in their competitions.  The list of athletes competing includes Austin Hack of Old Lyme, who is the stroke for the US Men’s Eight.  Hack graduated from Lyme-Old Lyme High School in 2010.

His parents, Dr. Gregory Hack and Dr. Barbara Hack,  and sisters Olivia and Molly, along with other family members, left today to travel to Rio, hopefully to watch Austin win a gold medal!

The Old Lyme Rowing Association (OLRA) is hosting a breakfast reception for Austin’s Rio race on Saturday, Aug. 13,  from 9 to 11 a.m. in the barn at 325 Grassy Hill Rd. in Lyme. Enjoy this opportunity to watch the race on a big screen TV with friends and family.  All are welcome. Space is limited. A $10 donation to OLRA is suggested. Contact Jane Montanaro for more information and to RSVP at janemontanaro@aol.com.

In his message to the athletes, Governor Malloy said,”We are honored to have a group of internationally recognized athletes who call Connecticut their home and will represent our state and our nation in one of the most prominent sporting events in the world,”  adding, “We wish all of the Team USA athletes the best in this year’s Olympic Games, but in particular you can guarantee that there will be a strong contingent of us back home in Connecticut cheering for our hometown stars.”

“Congratulations to our Connecticut Olympians – we’re thrilled to be represented on Team USA,” Lt. Governor Wyman said.  “These men and women are tremendous athletes, and their commitment to excellence makes them great role models for all of us back home.  I wish them good luck and urge them to enjoy every minute of the Games.”

The Governor and Lt. Governor also expressed their best wishes to Team USA Women’s Basketball head coach Coach Geno Auriemma and several Huskies, who will be competing on the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team.

Members of the U.S. Olympic team who are from Connecticut include:

o    Donn Cabral – Track and Field (Glastonbury, CT)
o    Andrew Campbell, Jr. – Rowing (New Canaan, CT)
o    Charlie Cole – Rowing (New Canaan, CT)
o    Thomas Dunstan – Water Polo (New Canaan, CT)
o    Austin Hack – Rowing (Old Lyme, CT)
o    Michael Hartfield – Track and Field (Manchester, CT)
o    Devin McEwan – Canoe/Kayak (Salisbury, CT)
o    Alyssa Naeher – Soccer (Seymour/Bridgeport, CT)
o    Chris Wyles – Rugby (Stamford, CT)
(Note: This list was compiled by the U.S. Olympic Committee and is based on the athletes’ hometowns, not their current residence.)
 Go Austin!  Go Team USA!
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Baseball Boys, Lax Girls Fall in CIAC Semifinals

Coach Randy St. Germain strides out towards his team after their victory Saturday afternoon over top-seeded Oxford HS. Photo by Kristen St. Germain.

Coach Randy St. Germain strides out towards his team after their victory Saturday afternoon over top-seeded Oxford HS. Photo by Kristen St. Germain.

Tuesday afternoon, Randy St. Germain’s Wildcats seeded #24 played #4 St. Paul in the CIAC Class S baseball semifinals at New Britain’s Beehive Field. Sadly, the final score was 5-2.

For a full report, see http://www.theday.com/article/20160607/SPORT03/160609336

Later the same day, Emily Macione’s top-seeded lax girls were defeated 15-11 by #4 Canton in their CIAC Class S semifinal at Southington.

For a full report, see http://www.theday.com/high-school-sports/20160607/old-lyme-girls-lose-third-straight-class-s-lacrosse-semifinal.

Congratulations to both teams on their outstanding seasons!

 

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