STRATFORD—The Bunnell High athletic department tipped its proverbial cap to four seniors who will take
STRATFORD—New Bunnell High School football coach Tywan Jenkins had just introduced himself to approximately 50
BRIDGEPORT—Aniyah Pettway and her Kolbe Cathedral teammates were 24 seconds away from a trip to
FAIRFIELD—The Stratford PAL 7th grade boys basketball team has never backed down from a challenge.
GLASTONBURY—Thirty-seven points from Maximus Edwards was not enough to push seventh-seeded Bunnell past No. 2
TORRINGTON—The Stratford boys basketball team had taken Torrington’s opening punch and bounced back. A combination
TORRINGTON—One by one, they emerged from the locker room, wearing the look of fallen gladiators.
STRATFORD–It was not pretty, but Bunnell escaped with a victory Wednesday night in the second
STRATFORD—It was a cool, fall night at Penders Field and Stratford quarterback Jack Ryan, facing
STRATFORD—It had been 11 days since the Stratford boys basketball team had played a meaningful
BUNNELL—The million-dollar question lingered all weekend: Would Bunnell High settle for its league title, or
NEWTOWN—For as long as the Frank Scott Bunnell High School stands in the north of