James Lofton knows his Stratford High athletic career gave him so much more than just
STRATFORD—Growing up in Bridgeport, Chris Smith knew all the greats. Walt Luckett. Wes Mathews. John
The Stratford Basketball Camp will be holding two one-week sessions this summer at Wooster Middle
STRATFORD—The Albertus Magnus men’s basketball program just got a whole new set of Stratford-based fans.
NEW HAVEN–Maximus Edwards has already rewritten the boys basketball record books around town. Now, he’s
The 2018-19 boys basketball season was a successful one for of the Bunnell and Stratford
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
NEWTOWN–Trailing by one point with three seconds on the game clock, Bunnell boys basketball coach
The 2019 CIAC boys basketball tournament brackets are set. In the Division II tournament, the
STRATFORD–The Bunnell Bulldogs knew stopping Quinton Sneed-Lott and the defending state champions wouldn’t be easy.
STRATFORD — There was only one word that Stratford boys basketball coach Tim Swaller could
STRATFORD–After perusing the film of Tuesday’s season finale, Elijah Alexandre knew his team had to
There is an old sports credo that talks about not looking past the next game.
It was a wild and crazy night of boys basketball on Tuesday with one player
BOYS BASKETBALL Bunnell 79, Joel Barlow 73 Maximus Edwards poured in 40 points to lead
BOYS BASKETBALL Immaculate 53, Stratford 43 In a battle of the first and second place
STRATFORD–The Stratford Red Devils celebrated Senior Night on Monday with an 82-60 home win over
GIRLS BASKETBALL Stratford 58, Brookfield 47 Abby Anka poured in 30 points, including four 3-pointers,
STRATFORD—Jayquan Kirkland’s ride toward Wednesday’s rivalry game between Stratford and Bunnell had been a bumpy
STRATFORD—The old barn known as the Needham Memorial Gymnasium was sold out on Wednesday night
BOYS BASKETBALL Stratford 70, Brookfield 48 The host Red Devils raced out to a 9-point
WRESTLING Bunnell 44, Masuk 30 The Bulldogs earned a big league win over Masuk, 44-30,