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Torrington senior Jolie Fox goes up for a block during the Raiders 3-0 win over St Paul on Tuesday night at THS. A big match with Seymour comes Friday.

Bob Diaco's Huskies barely survived Saturday against Virginia

Torrington goalie Luke Wassik leaps to make a save on a breakaway by Oxford's Ali Kalici in second half action of the Raiders 1-0 win.

The man of the hour, Joe Friscia, surrounded by his wife Leslie (L) and one of the event organizers, Kat Zagrodnik (R). Well over 300 came out to Joe's Pasta Supper.

Mills junior Alyssa Wrabel gets off a shot that found the back of the net during first half action of the Spartans 3-0 win over Housatonic on Tuesday night.

The Friscia Family. (L-R) Leslie, Joe, Jimmy and Jenn. A great Torrington family fights on.

The Torrington football team will look to recover from a tough 49-7 opening night loss to Seymour when the travel to face Wilby on Thursday at Municipal Stadium at 6 p.m.

Mike Fritch Jr and the boys soccer team had an impressive opening day 4-0 win at Holy Cross on Friday. The Raiders are home Friday night against Oxford at 6 p.m.

There were alot of positives that came out of the Huskies 28-24 loss to Navy on Saturday afternoon but getting that close at the end made it a tough one to swallow.

Torrington girls volleyball head coach Christine Gamari and her Raiders kicked off their 2016 campaign with a quality 3-0 win over a tough Woodland squad on Friday night.

The Torrington boy's soccer team gets their regular season underway on Friday, September 9 as they travel to take on NVL rival Holy Cross.

The 2016 Torrington Girl's Volleyball team has high hopes as they return a seasoned squad in 2016. THS is coming off an 18-4 season in 2015.

It wasn't pretty, it wasn't smooth but the UConn football team pulled out a 24-21 opening night win over the Maine Black Bears on Thursday night in East Hartford.

Bryant Shirreffs and the UConn Huskies kick off action against Maine on Thurdsay night in East Hartford.

The Torrington football captains for 2016. (L-R) Justin Egliskis, Andrew Schimanski and Tori Hammond. The Raiders host Seymour on Friday, September 9.

Arkeel Newsome (L) and Ron Johnson (R) and the UConn Huskies open their 2016 campaign on Thursday, September 1 when they host Maine at 7 p.m.

Hey, look who's full time at Torrington High School as athletic trainer. None other than Sara Brewer, one of the best in the business. Congrats are in order!

One returning star for the Torrington girls volleyball team will be senior, Carissa carbone. The Raiders start play on Friday, 9/9 versus Woodland at THS.

We are about to enter our eighth year as a media company. It's been a great ride that just keeps getting better! We thank you for your support.

L-R) Casey Cochran, Rick Wilson and Patrick Tiscia. The former UConn quarterback was a guest on the LCS Cable 5 Show on Monday night in Litchfield, talking concussions.

Your 2016 Tri-State League Champions, the Watertown Blaze. The Blaze beat the Naugatuck Dogs by a 3-1 score in a series they won 2-1.

2016 Tri-State HOF Inductees.(L-R) TJ Campion, Tony Santoro, Dan Hamel, Donny Crossman, Chris Beach and Jim Isaacson.

Warriors quarterback Alex Gillotte breaks free for a long touchdown run in his teams win over Woddland on Tuesday night at the Torrington Middle School.

Torrington Warriors eighth grade head coach Rich Romanchick goes over plays at halftime of the teams game against Woodland. The Warriors were impressive, as was the crowd on hand.

Coming off a 9-1 regular season, the Torrington football team, one that lost a great deal to graduation, gets back to work on Friday, August 19.

Another fine group of THS student/athletes were honored this week by the Torrington Varsity Alumni Club.

Head coach Rich Boulli (back row, left) and the Torrington Little League 9-10 year old softball team. These are players to watch after a tremendous run this past spring.

Here's Thomaston standout Casey Carangelo blocking a shot Thursday night at the Torrington Armory against Torrington.

Connor Lewis pitched a four hit shutout as the Titans beat Worcester, 1-0 in game one of two. Torrington would take the nightcap, 5-4 in 8.

Torington Titans right fielder Griffin Garabedian drove in the game winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Titans beat Bristol, 5-4 to stay alive in the playoff hunt.

Under the watchful eye of coach Rich Romanchick, a Torrington Warrior goes through one of the many conditioning drills on Monday night as they prepare for the 2016 season.

If it's August, that must mean it's time for Torrington Warriors conditioning drills. Day one took place on Monday night at the Torrington Middle School.

Watertown native Nick Mondak has been the story of the summer on the mound for the Torrington Titans with a 4-1 record and a 1.14 ERA.

Torrington Titan DH Mike DeMartino scores in the fifth inning of the Titans 7-1 win over the Wachusett Dirt Dawgs on Thursday night at Fuessenich Park.

Mark and Dennis Fowler with their Soccer Skills Camper on Tuesday at Terryville High School. Two great guys giving back to their community.

The Bonvicini Family. (Front L-R) Joe and Tracey. (Back, L-R) Fred, Ben and Matt. Ben (football) and Matt (baseball) with both play for UConn next season.

Rodney Purvis and the UConn Men's Basketball team will kick off their 2016/2017 campaign on Friday, November 11 vs Wagner in Storrs.

Won't be long until the Fourth Annual Tee It Up For T-Cons Golf Tournament at Fairview Farms Golf Course on August 20. Great day, better people.

You never know who you may meet at the Travelers Golf Championship. Last year, our scribe, Rick Wilson met with former wrestler Bob Backlund.

Tim Gaffney spent some time on Monday at Trumbull High School with their Kidsmarathon Director, Cathleen Kosak discussing how they run one terrific Final Mile!

LCS's own Tim Gaffney participated in the Tri-State/Titans Home Run Derby on Monday. No long balls but no injuries either. A good day.

Former Holy Cross and Torrington Titans star, Ryan Plourde, won the Home Run Derby betwen the Titans and Tri-State. Plourde is a member of the Naugatuck Dogs.

Titans DH Jose Negro went 3 for 4 with a run scored in the teams 2-0 win over North Shore on Thursday night at Fuessenich Park.

Watertown native Nick Mondak pitched a gem on Thursday night at Fuessenich Park as he threw seven innings of one-hit ball, striking out 11 in a 2-0 win for the Titans.

Jonathan Wilson and his Connie Mack Terryville team dropped a 7-5 decision to Torrington despites his 3 for 4 effort at the plate.

Incoming freshman guard, Crystal Dangerfield hopes to be ready for the start of the 2016/2017 campaign after undergoing hip surgery earlier this month.

Batouly Camara, a transfer from Kentucky, will sit out the 2016/2017 season due to NCAA rules but will still have three years of eligibility when she joins the Huskies.

Sophomore Katie Lou Samuelson talked to the CT media on Monday about her health and what it's like to be without the "Big Three." Rich Elliott reports.

UConn junior Gabby Williams will expected to be one of the leaders of the 2016/2017 women's basketball team.

Mike Schettino and the Torrington Titans fell by an 8-2 final to the Nashua Silver Knights on Friday night at Fuessenich Park to fall to 7-13 on the season.

Mike DeMartino gets congrats after hitting a two-run, opposite field home run in his teams 12-run fifth inning. Torrington topped Pittsfield, 16-4 in the first game of a twin bill.

The 2015/2016 All-Torington High School Spring winners. All in all, a tremendous group of some of the best and brightest at THS.

Your Winter All-Torrington High School Team, honored by Litchfield County Sports at their 2nd Annual Banquet on June 9.

The 2015/2016 All-Torrington High School Fall Team. The group was part of 40 athletes honored by LCS on June 9.

Former Watertown High School star Nick Mondak dazzled in his first start as a member of the Torrington Titans. Mondak struck out 10 over six innings and got the win.

A pack of seven runners stayed together on Sunday during the 40th running of the LHRR until just past Gallows Hill, something we don't see often. A great finish!

Nancy Nzisa won the women's race at the LHRR on Sundayin a time of 38:47. John Torsiello will have the story of the 40th running.

In one of the most contested races in recent memory, Tadese Yae Dabi beat Senbeto Gen Guteta by six seconds in the 40th Annual Litchfield Hills Road Race.

Torrington graduating senior Caitlyn Cornish signed her letter of intent to attend Post University Friday at the THS Library. Cornish will run track and play volleyball for the Eagles.

The All-LCS Spring team at our end of the year banquet held at Chatterley's in Torrington. Good food, good friends and great student/athletes made for a memorable evening.

The All-LCS Winter Team was honored on Thursday night before a packed room that heard from Tony Turina, Ali Bronson and Rod Dixon during the banquet.

The All-LCS Fall Team was celebrated at Chatterley's in Torrington on Thursday night with 140 players, coaches and family members on hand.

Sir Rodney Dixon brought his Kidsmarathon to Torington High School for the first time on Tuesday. Hundreds of kids finished their last mile in their effort to complete 26.2 miles

Always great to see Torrington Alum Frankie Graziano back at THS, taping a segment for CPTV Sports on Rod Dixon and his kidsmarathon.

Carissa Carbone and the Torrington softball team fell to Fitch, 3-0 in the Class L semi-finals on Tuesday night in Stratford.

Paul O'Heron, RJ Poniatoski and Dan O'Heron at the Fifth Annual Raider 5K run on Saturday. Another great event run by the VAC.

Torrington High School Alumni got together before the running of the 5th Annual Raider 5K which was another great event run by a terrific group of folks.

Former Lewis Mills track star, Anna Shields won the 5th Annual Raider 5K run on Saturday afternoon at the high school. Sheild was the top female finisher a year ago.

The Fifth Annual Raider 5 K kicks off on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Starts on Robert H. Frost, ends in parking lot! Should be a great day to run! .

Torrington junior Alexis Tyrrell and the Raiders have a semi-final match up with top ranked Fitch on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at DeLuca Field in West Haven.

Torrington junior Jason Vinisko pitched a complete game and drove in the game winner as the Raiders beat Platt Tech, 3-2 in a Class L first round game.

Kidsmarathon was represented in the Torrington Memorial Day parade by founder Rod Dixon along with Brent "Hawk" Hawkins and his wife Mary. LCS owner Tim Gaffney walked as well.

In a sure sign of summer, the Torrington Titans held their first practice of the year on Friday afternoon at Fuessenich Park. Opening Day is Wednesday, 6/1 vs Pittsfield.

Celebrating 40 years of giving. The 2016 Dick's Restaurant Scholarship winners and committee members.

Thomaston second basemen, Jonathan Wilson and his Golden Bears team stands at 12-6 with two games to go before the States.

Gutsy effort by Ali DuBois on Monday night in the NVL semi's. DuBois struck out 13 but the Raiders fell to Holy Cross, 4-3.

Torrington senior guard, Zak Mancini will be one of 44 athletes honored at the 2nd Annual All-LCS Torrington High School awards banquet on June 9.

Our good friend, Dennis Fowler, said goodbye to his best friend, his dad Phillip on Wednesday. Tim Gaffney will have the families remarkable story on Saturday.

Rod Dixon brings his kIDSMARATHON to Torrington on Tuesday, June 7 at 4 p.m. Don't miss it, it's a remarable event to witness in person.

Torrington ace Ali Dubois and the Raiders open play in the NVL Tournament on Saturday when they host Naugatuck at 1 p.m.

If you didn't get a chance to see our latest Cable 5 Show last Thursday, fear not. See it this Thursday night between 8-9 p.m.

Cierra McGowan and Ashley Dowd were honored on Tuesday during Senior Day ceremonies before Torrington got by Woodland by a 9-6 final. The Raiders hold a 15-4 record.

St Paul's Brian Considine and 159 other student/athletes took part in the Naugatuck Valley Leadership Conference on Tuesday at Camp Mataucha in Watertown.

Torrington thirdbasemen Carissa Carbone races home to score during her teams 10-2 win over Watertown on Monday at a windy THS.

Thomaston's Alex Nolan and Jack McMahon swept the top two spots in the 3200 durng the 2nd Annual VAC Track and Field Challenge on Saturday at Torrington High School.

Torrington senior, Connor Finn, is one of 14 Fall sports athletes who have been named to the All-LCS Torrington Team for 2015/2016. Finn led the Raider football team to a 9-1 mark.

A great Cable 5 Show last night, made possible by two terrific guests! (L-R) Ali Bronson (ESPN Radio), Tim Gaffney and Art Benedict (WAPJ Radio). Replays next Thursday 8-9 p.m.

Torrington junior, Ali Dubois pitched a one hit shutout with 13 strikeouts as the Raiders got by Wolcott by a 1-0 final on Wednesday at Torrington.

Litchfield junior pitcher Josh Guilmart led the Cowboys to their second win of the season in a 7-5 upset win over Thomaston on Tuesday afternoon. Guilmart drove in a pair to boot.

He's gone a long way since his days as a Torrington Twister. Stephen Strasburg is expected to sign a 7-year, 175 million dollar contract with the Washington Nationals.

Torrington third baseman Ryan Ahlman reaches for a throw during Monday action against Sacred Heart. It was not a good for the Raiders, who fell 17-2.

Cam Cerruto and the Torrington baseball team were back in action on Monday night when they faced off against Sacred Heart at Fuessenich Park.

Okay, after this week, San Diego may just start looking nicer and nicer. Already with the rain....I can hear the grass growing. .

Next time you head out to the Robert H Frost Sports complex at THS, take a look at the terrific records board, donated by the Torrington Varsity Alumni Club.

Monday's game at Fuessenich Park between the Torrington Raiders and St Paul Falcons has been beaten by the relentless one, Mother Nature. No game tonight!

It's coming soon! The Fifth Annual Raider 5K Run will kick off on Saturday, June 4 at Torrington High School. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. A great event, sign up now!

Torrington first basemen Delvin Alvarez (#9) is congratulated by his teammates after his solo home run in the fifth inning of a 2-0 win over Wolcott.

It was the Jason Vinisko show on Wednesday afternoon at Fuessenich Park. The junior hurler pitched a complete game, six-hitter with 10 strikeouts in a 2-0 win over Wolcott.

Torrington athletes Grace Ingoldsby and Carissa Carbone are all smiles at the 13th Annual Unified Sports Banquet held on Monday night at the Aqua Turf.

Four great HOF members. (L-R) Gerry Carbone, Michael Fabiaschi, Gino Fabisachi and Tony Turina. Another great evening celebrating Torrington's finest.

2016 THS HOF Class. (L-R) Michael Conway, Joe Rinaldi, Gino Fabiaschi, Pat Fairchild, Michael Fabiaschi and RJ Poniatoski. Not Pictured: Herb Lehmann III.

Great LCS Cable 5 Show on Thursday night. (L-R) Former THS basketball coach Tony Turina, Tim Gaffney, Raider star Michael Fabiaschi and Patrick Higgins.

The soon (?) to be finished Dunkin Donuts Park in Hartford. The Yard Goats are off to a fast start at 10-4.

Torrington standout, Carissa Carbone and the Raiders take on Oxford on Friday at 4 p.m. at THS.

The Track and Turf Project at the Robert H Frost Complex won a National Award. Ed Arum and Mario Longobucco presented Torrington Mayor Elinor Carbone with the award on Monday.

Don't let that smile fool you. Torrington's three-sport star, Kobe Covington knows how to have "Serious Fun" in all the sports he excels at. Tim Gaffney has his story.

Torrington first basemen Delvin Alvarez and the Raiders will be in action on Tuesday when they host BL foe Litchfield at 3:45. The Raiders start the week 4-2.

UConn running back Ron Johnson explodes down the right sideline on his way to a 63-yard touchdown run during the Huskies Spring Game on Saturday. Patrick Tiscia has the story.

Moriah Jefferson is going home to Texas after being drafted by the San Antonio Stars with the second pick of the 2016 WNBA draft.

As expected, former UConn star Breanna Stewart was picked first in the 2016 WNBA Draft, held Thursday at Mohegan Sun. Stewart is pictured with league president Lisa Borders.

Raider right fielder Ben Vanotti drove in two runs during the Raiders' 4-1 win over Woodland on Saturday afternoon in the team's home opener.

Jake Reynolds pitched six innings on Saturday, allowing just one run in the Raiders' 4-1 win over Woodland at Fuessenich Park. Torrington is now 2-0 this spring.

Ali Dubois and the Torrington softball team inproved to 2-1 this season with a 9-0 win over Woodland in Beacon Falls.

Sydney Matzko led the Torrington softball team to the NVL semifinals in 2011. Check out the story from then in this week's #FlashbackFriday.

Geno Auriemma cuts down the nets after his team took care of Syracuse by an 80-51 final. That's 11 rings folks. Photo by Ian Bethune.

Breanna Stewart completed her mission of winning four National Championships in her remarkable career with an 80-51 win over Syracuse on Tuesday night. By Ian Bethune.

The UConn women won their fourth consecutive National Championship on Tuesday with an 82-51 win over Syracuse.

Morgan Tuck and the UConn women are a game away from history as they go for their fourth straight National Championship against Syracuse on Tuesday night.

Really Mother Nature? Not what most had planned for April 4. Snow once again forces changes in schedule. More changes then we had all winter it seems!

ESPN women's basketball commentator, Kara Lawson, hold court on Saturday morning in Indianapolis. Our own Rich Elliott (L) listens in. His preview of Oregon St/Uconn is up.

Torrington ace, Ali Dubois and the Raiders opne their 2016 campaign on Saturday when they travel to take on Woodland at noon.

Katie Lou Samuelson and UConn head coach Geno Auriemma embrace after the Huskies 86-65 win over Texas for a trip back to the Final Four, their ninth straight.

It's on to the Final Four for the ninth straight time for the UConn Huskies who will take on Oregon on Saturday in Indianapolis after beating Texas, 86-65.

Torrington head coach Pat Richardson talks with his team during practice on Tuesday at the high school. The Raiders open play against Woodland on Saturday, April 2.

The netting has arrived at the Robert H Frost Complex in Torrington! Thanks to generous donations of $15,372, the complex is complete.

Emily Briggs (22) scored 18 points as the Canton Warriors claimed the Class S title with a 64-51 win over the defending champions from Thomaston on Saturday.

Thomaston girls basketball fans showed up in mass to send the team off to Mohegan Sun on Friday afternoon. The Bears take on Canton at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

The Thomaston girls basketball team made its annual appearance at the CIAC Banquet on Wednesday. Thomason meets Canton for the Class S crown Saturday.

Morgan Sanson and the Thomaston Golden Bears are going back to Mohegan Sun for the fourth straight year after beating Kolbe, 59-37 in the Class S semi's.

The McKenna boys. (L-R) Ben and his father Michael. Ben just finished his first hockey season with the Post University Eagles. Michael is the Athletic Director at Torrington High School.

The smile on this Unified Sports player tells you all you need to know about the Unified Sports NVL basketball tournament, held at Torrington High School on Thursday.

Thomaston senior Morgan Sanson drives for two of her 20 points in Tuesday's 60-47 victory over Classical Magnet in the Class S state tournament.

UConn senior Breanna Stewart was named the Most Outstanding Player of the AAC Tournament after leading her team to a 77-51 win over USF on Monday night.

UConn sophomore Kia Nurse has been a different, more confident player over her last two plus games. She scored 12 points in the Huskies 82-35 win over Tulane.

Charley Harbach and Aaron Lefkowski. Two refs who have terrific reputations around the state and for good reason. They work hard at their craft.

Moriah Jefferson and the UConn Huskies moved on to the semi-finals of the AAC Tournament with an easy 92-51 win over ECU. Tulane is on deck Sunday at 4:30 at Mohegan Sun.

Michael Fabiaschi, (third from right), was the heart and soul of the 2006 Torrington boys basketball team that won the Division II State Championship.

Northwestern's Tucker Kreh goes up in traffic on Wednesday night during the BL Championship game, won by Nonnewaug, 42-40 on two late FT's by Nicholas DeCicco.

Breanna Stewart and the UConn Huskies completed their eighth unbeaten regular season with a 79-59 win over USF. Stewart came alive for 20 of her 27 points in the second half.

Jalen Adams and the Huskies suffered a tough loss to Houston on Sunday,

UConn freshman Katie Lou Samuelson shook off a tough start on Saturday to lead the Huskies to a 80-40 win over Tulane with a game high 21 points.

Our series on the 2006 Torrington boys basketball Division II championship season begins Sunday night. Tim Gaffney previews the remarkable run to glory.

Add another Berkshire League title to the Thomaston girls basketball trophy case. The Bears dismantled Nonnewaug, 58-39.

UConn star Breanna Stewart comes away with a steal during the final day of the USA Basketball National Team training camp. Stewart showed she belonged once again.

Northwestern guard Anthony Case made some big plays down the stretch to lead Northwestern over Nonnewaug.

Former UConn great Diana Taurasi was in Storrs on Sunday as the 2016 USA Basketball Women's National Team held the first of three days of training camp.

THS Boys Basketball Senior Night. (L-R) David White, Zak Mancini, Jake Boccio and Connor Finn were honored pre-game.

Jalen Adams and the Huskies held off SMU on Thursday.

The City of Torrington said goodbye to Raymond "Brooklyn" Colangelo (first row, second from left) on Monday at a packed St Peter Church in Torrington.

Caron Butler was honored during UConn's win over Tulsa on Saturday.

The Torrington Unified Sports program played Naugatuck in basketball on Thursday night at the high school. Always a great night filled with smiles and teamwork!

Senior Night at THS. (L-R) Caitlyn Cornish, Ashlynn Cook and Lindsey Mathieu. The Raiders beat rival Naugatuck, 38-34.

Sterling Gibbs took four stitches to his head in the first half but his team came away with an 85-67 win over ECU. Gibbs had 12 points.

Lewis Mills girls soccer coach Dennis Fowler stands with Maddie Murdick (L) and Ailene Berry (R) on Wednesday after the duo signed DI Letters of Intent.

Former Torrington girls basketball star, Sarah Royals is stepping into another role, this time as a referee. Tim Gaffney has her story in our new series named "Feature Friday" starting Feb 5.

Jalen Adams and the Huskies suffered a tough loss to Cincinnati on Thursday.

The Torrington girls basketball team raised money to fight all forms of cancer on Wednesday night on "Cross up Cancer" night at the Connie Donahue Gymnasium.

It was "Cross up Cancer" night on Wednesday at Torrington High School. Assistant coach Joe Leftkowski (L) and head coach Mike Fritch Sr. sport the tee's.

Torrington senior Zak Mancini has simply played superb basketball this year for the Raiders. On Monday, he went off for 31 in a 71-64 win over Naugatuck.

The UConn men won a hard fought battle against Georgetown on Saturday.

Sidnee Kovall scored 11 points, leading Torrington past Wolcott Friday night.

Gabby Williams scored a career-high 19 points as the UConn women rolled again, this time over UCF.

(L-R) Torrington football assistant coach Andrew Therriault, his wife Cheryl and Parker. Tim Gaffney tells the story of Parker and his battle with a heart defect.

The 2015 Torrington football team celebrated their outstanding 9-2 season with their end of year banquet at the Elks Lodge on Sunday night. Pictured are the seniors who were on hand.

UConn picked up a big AAC win Saturday against Memphis.

Torrington senior Zak Mancini went off for 29 points in the Raiders 92-77 loss to Crosby. Mancini connected on 8 three-pointers.

Natalie Butler and the UConn women blew past Tulsa by a 95-35 final at the XL Center to improve to 12-0. Butler and her inside game is not good news for opponents.

Omar Calhoun and the Huskies dropped their AAC home opener to Temple Tuesday night.

UConn star Moriah Jefferson will miss Wednesday nights game against Tulsa because of a hamstring injury. Saniya Chong will start in her place.

Former Torrington girls basketball players with head coach Mike Fritch on Tuesday night after the Raiders dropped a 61-36 decision to Kennedy.

Torrington head coach Eric Gamari watches during second half action of his teams 85-58 loss to Holy Cross on Wednesday night in Torrington. The Raiders are now 1-1.

Daniel Hamilton posted the 11th triple double on Wednesday against CCSU with 11 points, assists and board in a 99-52 win.

The Torrington P-38's celebrated the 1975 American Legion State Championship team at their annual banquet on Sunday night.

It's never a bad thing when you are helping others, especially this time of the year. The Raiders girls soccer team pitched in with the Salvation Army in town on Saturday.

The Torrington girls soccer team helped out those in need on Saturday by ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at Price Chopper in Torrington.

Torrington sophomore Shannon Reardon has started strong for the Raiders. On Friday night, she scored six points in a 63-23 win over Career Magnet at Torrington High School.

Brie Pergola heads to the basket on a fast break on Friday night during a 63-23 win over Career Magnet. Pergola had 17 points and five assists.

Torrington junior Brie Pergola led Torrington with 13 points as the defending NVL champions opened with a win over Woodland.

A freshman, Alyssa Maria was at point guard for head coach Mike Fritch Tuesday night as the Raiders got by Woodland in the season opener for both teams.

Torrington senior Caitlyn Cornish and Woodland's Carla Piccolo battle for the opening tip of the '15-'16 season on Tuesday night in Torrington. The Raiders beat the Hawks, 42-31.

Omar Calhoun, Shonn Miller and the Huskies rolled past Ohio State on Saturday.

UConn dropped a 10-point decision to Maryland at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night.

The Torrington boys basketball, led by head coach Eric Gamari, talk during Monday's practice at the high school. The Raiders kick off their season on December 21 at Derby.

Ansonia's Tajik Bagley ran for over 200 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Chargers to the Class S title game.

UConn senior Breanna Stewart led the Huskies to a 91-81 win over Notre Dame with 28 points and 10 rebounds. UConn improves to 7-0 while the Irish fall to 7-1.

After Notre Dame freshman Marina Mabrey torched the UConn Huskies for 21 first half points, Moriah Jefferson held her to just two in the second half of a 91-81 UConn win.

Daniel Hamilton had another strong game in UConn's win over Sacred Heart on Wednesday.

Rodney Purvis scored 19 points to pace the UConn Huskies to a 82-49 win over Sacred Heart at the XL Center. Patrick Tiscia has the story.

Torrington senior Newton Frias ran for 128 yards on Tuesday night in a 33-6 loss to Wethersfield in the Class L playoffs. Frias ends the season with 1095 rushing yards.

Torrington football head coach Gaitan Rodriguez and his Raiders host Wethersfield on Tuesday night in a Class L playoff game at 6:30.

Torrington guard, Brie Pergola is regarded as one of best players in the Naugatuck Valley League as she enters her junior year for the Raiders. Day one of practice is in the books.

Arkeel Newsome and the Huskies dropped a 27-3 decision to Temple on Saturday.

Former members of the Torrington boys basketball team ended a great day for the Varsity Alumni Club on Friday night with coach Tony Turina (back row, far right) taking to the court.

The Varsity Alumni Club action switched to the Torrington Armory for girls basketball on Friday night. A great chance for old teammates to catch up.

Alumni from the Torrington boys soccer team easily won the award for numbers on Saturday. Great turnout for the VAC Alumni Day at the Robert H Frost.

The Torrington Varsity Alumni Club put on four events on Friday at THS. First up were alumni from the girls soccer team.

'The Helmet" remains in Torrington for yet another year after the Raiders beat Watertown by a 52-21 final.

Head coach Gaitan Rodriguez and his Torrington Raiders are going to the post season in just his third season. Some kind of turnaround for THS.

Torrington senior quarterback Connor Finn and the Raiders capped a 9-1 season with an impressive 52-21 win over rival Watertown. Home state playoff game up next Tuesday.

UConn Husky senior Breanna Stewart joined eight other players who have scored 2000 points in their careers in the Huskies 97-57 win over Kansas State on Monday night.

UConn sophomore Gabby Williams just keeps getting better every day in her second season with the Huskies. Her 16 points and 12 boards helped the Huskies beat Kansas State, 97-57.

The move by Morgan Sanson that led to the State Championship winning goal on Saturday for the Thomaston Field Hockey team.

Omar Calhoun nails a three-pointer in UConn's win over Furman Saturday.

The "Core Four" . Julia Romaniello, Nicole Schaefer, Morgan Sanson and Gabrielle Hurlbert collect the Class S State Championship trophy after beating HK, 2-1.

Pure happiness. It's a look the Thomaston Golden Bears girls will be wearing for some time after winning the Class S Championship on Saturday after a 2-1 win over HK.

Golden Bear sophomore Alexa Milius helped control the action in the HK end on Saturday during the Bears 2-1 win in the Class S State Championship game.

Thomaston senior Morgan Sanson gets past H-K goalie, Meghan Cerino on her way to the Class S title game winning goal. Thomaston prevailed, 2-1.

Lewis Mills soccer coach Ben Kulas consoles goalie Ben Lewis after Wednesday night's Class M semifinals loss to Tolland in a game decided by penalty kicks.

Sterling Gibbs (L) led the UConn Huskies with 21 points as they improved to 2-0 with an 85-66 win over New Hampshire. The Huskies chemistry is in mid-season form.

The Thomaston High Field Hockey team is heading to the state championship game for the first time in school history after Tuesday's 3-2 victory over Canton in the semifinals

Sterling Gibbs scored 20 points in UConn's season-opening win over Maine.

Alexa Millus makes a pass during Friday's Class S quarterfinal against Lewis Mills. Mills scored 1:36 into the third overtime to lift the top-seeded Bears into a semifinal matchup with Canton.

Caitlyn Cornish (L) and Lauren Gaghan (R), go up for a block against Avon on Thursday night during the Raiders 3-1 loss to the Falcons in Class L action.

Former Torrington High School three sport star, Alyssa Otis is now serving an internship with the Boston Celtics with bigger dreams on her mind as she finishes at Roger Williams University.

Sophomore Gabby Williams has drastically improved her game from a year ago and her head coach, Geno Auriemma could not be happier.

Rodney Purvis slams in two of his 11 points for UConn on Saturday.

Torrington trainer, Sara Brewer, works on senior Stefan LaForge on Friday night during the Raiders 53-27 win over Sacred Heart. An unsung hero for sure.

The UConn women opened their exhibition schedule with a 95-39 win over Texas Lubbock. Breanna Stewart goes up for two of her game high 25.

Moriah Jefferson and the UConn women kick off their exhibition season against Texas Lubbock. Four quarters in effect is just strange.

Jalen Adams made a strong first impression for the Huskies on Sunday.

UConn freshman Katie Lou Samuelson is expected to have a big impact on the 2015/2016 Huskies team. Geno Auriemma knows he has a special player in KLS.

Our own Rich Elliott talks with Saniya Chong about her need for a breakout season in her junior year with the Huskies.

It was an important win for the UConn Huskies football team on Friday night as they beat ECU by a 31-13 final to move to 4-5.

Jolie Fox goes up for a block during the Torrington Raiders 3-1 win over Holy Cross on Saturday in the NVL semi-finals.

A tremendous crowd packed the Robert H. Frost Complex on Friday night. An estimated 3000 people packed in but saw the home team fall by a 54-14 final to Ansonia.

The Torrington boys soccer team is in action against Holy Cross tonight at 6 p.m. at the Robert H. Frost Complex Pictured: Some of the players at their golf tournament on Sunday.

Torrington High School football coach Gaitan Rodriguez works with his team as they prepare for a huge contest on Friday versus Ansonia at 7 p.m. Get there early folks.

Ansonia's Arkeel Newsome continues to get better at UConn.

Bryant Shirreffs threw for 365 yards and ran for 127, but it wasn't enough as UConn fell at home to USF, 28-21, Saturday afternoon.

Even the Torrington cheerleaders came out and supported the Unified Sports Program held at Torrington High School.

The determination and passion is always on display when you get the athletes from the Unified Sports Program. Torrington hosted three teams on Thursday.

Torrington's Zack Mancini and the Raider football team are riding the wave of a 5-0 start in 2015. THS faces their toughest foe to date on Friday in Wolcott at home Friday night.

"GN" running back EJ Claman moves downfield on Saturday during his teams 20-10 loss to Hyde. The 'Jackets fall to 3-2 on the year.

Torrington senior Tyler Marens and the Raiders are flying high at 5-0 after their 34-7 win over Oxford. Wolcott and Ansonia on deck at THS.

Torrington High School Cross Country standout Shadow Pereira finished ninth with a time of 18:28 in the Raiders four team meet on Tuesday.

THS QB Connor Finn threw for three touchdowns as the Raiders beat up on Derby by a 54-14 final to stay perfect at 4-0 on the year.

Carissa Carbone and the Torrington girls volleyball team made fast work of visiting Norwalk in a 3-0 shutout that took less then 45-minutes to complete.

They will make you laugh, they might make you cry but count on one thing, they are Unified. The THS Unified Sports team. A more joyful group you will never find.

Terrific Cable 5 LCS taping on Monday night. (L-R) Patrick Tiscia (LCS), Brian Campbell (ESPN Boxing), Tim Gaffney (LCS), Ed Gadomski (Tri-State) and Rick Wilson (LCS). Airs Oct 8 at 8 p.m.

It was a great day at The Rent for Torrington girls head coach Mike Fritch on Saturday as he was inducted into the CT Coaches Hall of Fame.

Keenan Reynolds rushed for three touchdowns, moving into third on the NCAA's all-time rushing touchdown list, in Navy's triumph over UConn on Saturday.

Bryant Shirreffs threw for two touchdowns and 219 yards in UConn's 28-18 loss at home to Navy on Saturday.

Can Breanna Stewart catch up to Maya Moore and be a three-time Player of the Year? Highlights from Tuesday in Storrs from Tim Gaffney and Rich Elliott on Wednesday.

Torrington girls basketball coach Mike Fritch Sr. will be at Rentschler Field on Saturday as he is inducted into the CT Coaches Hall of Fame at halftime of the UConn/Navy game.

It's back to Storrs today to see Brianna Stewart and the UConn women's basketball practice. Rich Elliott and Tim Gaffney will be on hand to talk with the three-time defending champions.

Mitchell Gesmondi and the Torrington boys soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision to St Paul on Monday night at home but their effort was far better then had been seen earlier this season.

Connor Finn and the Torrington Raiders rolled over Woodland by a 44-13 final on Friday night. Tyler Marens (209) and Newtown Frias (146) led the Raiders running game.

Torrington defender Jacob Pestritto looks to stop Crosby forward Javier Guevara-Furtado during first half action of the Bulldogs 2-1 win over the Raiders.

Red-shirt sophomore Bryant Shirreffs and the UConn Huskies hit the road to play Missouri, ranked No. 20 in the country. Can UConn make a dent in the 23-point Vegas spread?

Tim Gaffney will be on the sidelines when Mike Fritch Jr and hos Torrington boys soccer team clash with Crosby on Thursday night at 6:30 at the Robert H. Frost Complex.

The awards and pictures are displayed proudly on the desk of Rich Romanchick, the head coach of the Torrington Warriors oldest group, the seventh and eighth graders at TMS.

Connor Finn and the Torrington Raiders invade Beacon Falls on Friday to take on Woodland. Pat Tiscia and Tim Gaffney will be on hand.

Josh Marriner and the UConn Huskies took care of Army by a 22-17 score on Saturday afternoon to improve to 2-0 in 2015.

Torrington and Crosby got together on Friday night in the season opener for both teams. The Raiders took this one by a 50-31 score.

Senior Zak Mancini and the Torrington football team kick off the 2015 season on Friday against Crosby at the Robert H Frost Complex at 7 p.m.

Sophomore linebacker Luke Carrezola and the UConn Huskies have a tall task ahead of them on Saturday when they host Army at noon.

Former Ansonia star, Arkeel Newsome, scored on a dynamic 27-yard screen pass during the UConn Huskies 20-15 win over Villanova.

Bryant Sherriffs and the University of Connecticut football team kick of their 2015 campaign on Thursday night when they host Villanova in East Hartford looking to start strong.

Torrington Raider head football coach Gaitan Rodriguez and his team open action on Friday, September 11 versus Crosby at the Robert H. Frost at 7 p.m.

Torrington girls soccer head coach Mario Longobucco and his team will be in action on Tuesday as they srimmage against Northwestern at THS.

A familiar face will be on the sidelines for the Torrington girls soccer team this fall as Morgan Thulin joins the coaching staff.

Bobby Chatfield and the Tri-Town Trojans fell to the Naugatuck Dogs by a 6-1 final in the Stan Musial State Championship Game on Sunday at Fuessenich Park.

Sharon Pelkey and Tim Gaffney before the taping of the LCS Cable 5 Show. Thanks also to Scott Langenheim and Dom Sabia for two great shows!

Tim Gaffney, Owen Canfield and Fay Vincent. The former MLB commish was in Torrington filming part of a documentary on Fuessenich Park. Great stories from a terrific man.

Cody Lemieux (17), Vinny Lemieux and Carlee Lemieux. Tri-State baseball honored the life of Mary Jane Lemieux on Friday night in Torrington. Photo and story by Gerry deSimas.

Kia Nurse (B-2nd from right) led her Canadian National Team to an 81-73 win over the US in the Pan American Games Monday night over teammates Breanna Stewart and M. Jefferson.

Image from La Jolla beach in San Diego. Used to be a seal haven until residents wanted them out. I think they were there first. Still a great view though.

Will the Mets be able to hang another banner any time soon? If they do, Tim Gaffney writes, it will because they hang on to their young and talented pitching staff.

Will the USA Women's National Team's win over Japan in the World Championships mean increased numbers of girls trying out for coaches like Mario Longobucco from THS?

The latest LCS Cable 5 Show airs Thursday from 8-9 p.m. (l-r) Mike DiMauro (The Day of New London), Tim Gaffney, Rick Wilson and Pete Paguaga (The Norwalk Hour). Great guests.

Privileged to record a segment about the storied history of Fuessenich Park at the Torrington Historical Society on Saturday, following the great Owen Canfield who had some terrific stories.

"Team Daniel" was out in full force at Fuessenich Park on Friday night for Epilepsy Awareness Night. Daniel Kolukisa (2nd from left, front row) is never alone in his battle.

13-year old Ethan Couch talks with comedian George Lopez at the Celebrity Pro-Am. Couch, who has an inoperable brain tumor, was there as a guest of 2014 winner Kevin Streelman.

UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma after his shot off the first tee at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell during the Travelers Championship Pro-Am on Wednesday.

Celebrity Pro-Am participants. (l-r) Bubba Wallace (Nascar), JJ Henry (Pro), Ryan Sheckler (Pro-Skateboarder) and Matt Lauer (Today Show Host) on the course in Cromwell.

Celebrity Pro-Am participants. (l-r) Chris Berman (ESPN), Stephen Gostkowski (New England Patriots), Ernie Els (Pro) and Andre Tippett (Former Patriot Linebacker).

Rick Wilson talks with golf legend Ernie Els at the Celebrity Pro-Am in Cromwell on Wednesday afternoon. Wilson has the Els angle and more in his column about a day in the sun.

UConn sophomore Daniel Hamilton will join teammates Amida Bromah and incoming freshman Jalen Adams attending a number of clinics in California this summer.

We will once again be live from the Litchfield Saltwater Grille this Sunday, bringing you play by play of a very unique game of Monopoly, right outside the restaurant.

Look for week long coverage of the Travelers Championship from Cromwell this week. John Torsiello, Rick Wilson and Tim Gaffney will be on hand bringing you back all the action.

The UConn women's basketball team was on hand for the Geno Auriemma Charity Golf Tournament on Monday. Incoming freshman standout Katie Lou Samuelson met the media.

Eight members of the Torrington Titans visited with students from the Harwinton Consolidated School on Thursday. Great job by Delfina McKenna in making it happen.

The All-State Volleyball All-Star game was played at Southington Tuesday night. Pictured, Matt Dell'Agnese from the Wolcott Tech Wildcats sets up a teammate. Picture by John Dell'Agnese.

Tim Gaffney, Lori Riley (Hartford Courant) and Rick Wilson at the LHRR on Sunday.

Your 2015 Class S Champions. The Holy Cross Crusaders. Cross got by defending champion Thomaston by a 4-0 final on Saturday in West Haven behind MVP Sarah Lawton.

It was a tremendous run while it lasted but Morgan Sanson and the Thomaston girls lost the Class S final to Holy Cross by a 4-0 final in West Haven on Saturday afternoon.

The ever energetic Rod Dixon gets ready for the start of the 2015 kIDSMARATHON final mile, run at Plumb Hill in Litchfield on Saturday morning. John Nestor has the story.

Nicole Schaefer and the Thomaston Golden Bears are back in the Class S finals after a 14-4 win over Hale Ray on Wednesday in West Haven. A 10-run fifth inning did the trick.

Former Torrington Titans and Wamogo HS star Michael Odenwaelder was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 16th Round of the MLB Draft on Wednesday.

Wolcott Tech standout, Taegan Murphy goes up for a kill during his teams 3-1 loss to Barlow. An outstanding campaign came to an end on Monday night at Shelton High School.

Torrington girls basketball coach Michael Fritch will be inducted into the CT Hall of Fame at Rentschler Field at halftime of the UConn/Navy football game on Saturday, September 26.

Recipients of awards from the Torrington HS Varsity Club Gold T event outside of P-Sams in Torrington on Sunday. Mike C. Fritch, Debbi Schapp and Julie Beckwith won the Gold T awards.

Steve Pretak makes his way to the finish line of the Varsity Alumni Club Raider 5K race in 17:01. It's the second time in four years that Pretak has taken the top spot.

The start of the 4th Annual Torrington Varsity Alumni Club 5K Race at Torrington High School on Saturday morning. Steve Pretak was the overall winner. A great day per usual.

The Torrington Titans dropped a 9-6 decision to the Pittsfield Sun on Thursday night in front of a packed house at Fuessenich Park. Starter Brett Susi delivers a pitch.

Sophomore Ali DuBois and the Torrington softball team is in the Class L quarterfinals after beating East Lyme by a 4-0 final. North Haven visits THS on Friday at 4 p.m.

Alexa Milius, second from right, is met by teammates at home after hitting a two-run home run during Thursday's 10-0 win over Westbrook. Pic by Mic Nicosia.

Thomaston's Alexa Milius prepares to throw to first for the final out in Thursday's 10-0 win over Westbrook. It's back to the quarters for the Golden Bears. Pic by Mic Nicosia.

Raider Pride Day raised over $17,000 for local organizations on Friday at the high school. Senior Mia Barbieri won the "frozen tee-shirt" competition to help the senior calls win the day.

Father Jim Sullivan is on Day Four of his ride to raise money for St Peters/ St Francis School. After a quick fix of a flat on Sunday, Father Sullivan is currently in New Jersey.

Torrington Titans manager Dan McNamara talks with LCS writer John Nestor on Wednesday during the teams Media Day. McNamara is back for his second year at the helm.

Torrington landed two players on the All-Naugatuck Valley League team. Marissa Morris (L) and Ali Dubois (R) surround Naugatuck honoree, Kara Klimaszewski.

Your 2015 Berkshire League champions, the undefeated Thomaston Golden Bears. 19-0 after beating Lewis Mills, 8-2 on Senior Day at THS. Truly remarkable and hard to describe.

Here's what perfection looks like. Morgan Sanson and the remarkable Thomaston softball team beat Lewis Mills, 8-2 to finish with a spotless 19-0 record. John Nestor has the story.

A remarkable float saluted those who served and in some cases didn't make it back home from the Vietnam War during the Torrington Memorial Day Parade on Monday morning.

Torrington Titans GM, Chris Myslow ((L) talks with his players on day one of their 10-day spring training. Manager Dan McNamara listens in the back round. Opening Day is June 4 vs Pittsfield.

Ali DuBois and the Torrington Raiders beat Naugatuck, 6-0 to move into the Naugatuck Valley League semi-finals on Tuesday. DuBois struck out five and drove in two runs.

Members of the Torrington swimming and dive team held a car wash at McDonalds on a tremendous Saturday afternoon. Quality wash job, by the way.

Wolcott Tech senior Matt Dell'Agnese goes up for the block on Wednesday night against Lewis Mills in the Wildcats 3-0 win over the Spartans.

The Dick's Restaurant Scholarship Committee with the 2015 winners at P-Sam's in Torrington. A great gathering of some of the best people in Torrington.

The Dick's Restaurant Scholarship winners for 2015. (L-R) (3rd) Katherine Bossone, (2nd) Taylor Yurgalevicz and (1st) Matt Stevens. The trio was honored at P-Sams on Tuesday night.

Brittany Young, Brittany Anderson and Marissa Morris. The trio of seniors leading the Raiders in 2015. THS faces Watertown on Tuesday in their regular season finale. THS sports a 15-3 mark.

The dynamic duo of Marissa Morris and Ali DuBois. The Catcher and the Pitcher. Strong play from a terrific battery has the Raiders at 13-3 as the 2015 regular season winds down.

It was Little League night at Fuessenich Park. The varisty team came away with an 11-5 win over visiting Wilby in front of a large, supportive crowd.

Members and representatives of the 1975 Raiders baseball State Championship team at Fuessenich Park on Friday night. The 2015 THS version beat Wilby, 11-5.

Torrington's Jason Vinisko launches a double during his teams 11-5 win over Wilby. Vinisko would drive in four runs in the Raiders seven run second inning, including a two-run HR.

Torrington swim coach, Andrew Marchand, (L) congratulates Matt Traub after the Raider star signed his letter of intent to attend Boston University on Friday at THS.

Mike Tyler did a tremendous job running the show during the first ever Torrington Track Invitational, held on Saturday afternoon at the Robert H. Frost Complex.

Torrington and Thomaston squared off in a BL/NVL match up on Saturday at Fuessenich Park. The Raiders scored seven seventh inning runs to bet the Bears, 12-8.

Former Raider Kaylee Cerruto. Working hard at something she loves; coaching the future of Torrington girls basketball with PAL with an eye on bigger things at THS.

Oxford pitcher Matt Gramesty handed the Torrington Raiders their first loss of the season in a 4-0 Wolverines win on Monday afternoon at Fuessenich Park. Gramesty allowed just three hits.

The 2015 Torrington Hall of Fame Inductees. (F) Erika Fritch Pratt, Daniela Ponte, Ali Bronson. (B) Ed Arum, Joe Lefkowksi. A tremendous addition to a great organization.

It was all hand on deck Saturday morning at the Robert H Frost as volunteers worked to spruce up the area in and around the magnificent complex. Great job by all involved.

Torrington throwing standout, Kendra Covington throws the javelin during the Raiders first home meet in nearly two years on Tuesday afternoon at the Robert H Frost Complex.

He certainly has had a hop in his step during his freshman year as a member of the UConn baseball team. Willy Yahn, a Housatonic graduate, is having a great year for the Huskies.

There's a new blazing hurler in town and her name is Ali DuBois. Dubois and her Torrington mates beat up on Kennedy by a 20-0 score. Dubois struck out 11 and allowed one hit.

The number two overall pick in the WNBA Draft was Amanda Zahui B from the University of Minnesota, who came out after her junior year, as did Jewell Loyd.

Former Notre Dame star, Jewell Loyd, was the #1 overall pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft and was picked by the Seattle Storm, along with UConn star, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis.

The Seattle Storm picked former UConn star, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis with the third pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft. She joins the #1 overall pick, Jewell Loyd and UConn legend Sue Bird.

Torrington's Dom Sabia is congratulated by manager Pat Richardson after hitting a sixth inning grand slam during the Raiders' 19-5 win over Seymour. Sabia was 5 for 5 with 8 RBI.

Manny Rios went three for four with a pair of RBI's and two runs scored as Torrington beat Nonnewaug, 8-3 in the season opener for both teams at Fuessenich Park.

The Seniors: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Kiah Stokes celebrate their third consecutive National Championship on Tuesday night. Photo by Ian Bethune from Sox and Dawgs.

The celebration was on in Tampa after the UConn Huskies beat Notre Dame, 63-53. Photo by Ian Bethune of Sox and Dawgs.

He's officially out of fingers. Geno Auriemma holds his tenth National Championship net after his Huskies beat Notre Dame, 63-53, on Tuesday night in Tampa. Photo by Ian Bethune.

Former University of Connecticut National Champions on the court on Tuesday night after the current version of their team won their third straight title in a 63-53 win over Notre Dame.

The magnificent Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is preparing to play her last college game on Tuesday night in the National Championship game against Notre Dame. Rich Elliott looks back.

The Final Four is down to two. It's UConn versus Notre Dame on Tuesday night for the women's National Championship. Tip off is slated for 8:44 p.m. on ESPN.

Morgan Tuck helped UConn advance to the Championship Game on Tuesday night with 24 points. It's UConn versus Notre Dame. Photo By Ian Bethune of Sox +Dawgs.

Breanna Stewart wrapped up a day of awards by being named the AP Player of the Year on Media Day at the Final Four in Tampa. UConn is in the final after beating Maryland 81-58.

Rebecca Lobo spoke with the media on Saturday, including Rich Elliott and Rick Wilson from LCS. A long day of talking basketball uncovered a ton of great stories. Lobo was classic.

Breanna Stewart was named the Wade Trophy winner on Friday during Final Four Media Day. The Huskies take on Maryland on Sunday night at 9.

Notre Dame standout, Jewell Loyd, works on her shot during practice on Friday in preparation for her team's game versus South Carolina on Sunday.

Media Day is underway and Notre Dame was up first. Pictured are Irish guard, Jewell Loyd and head coach Muffet McGraw.

Rick Wilson and Tim Gaffney in the land of the Palm Trees in Tampa Florida for the Women's Final Four. A full media day is on tap for Saturday, check back for updates.

UConn head coach Geno Auriemma hugs point guard Moriah Jefferson after the Huskies advanced to the Final Four with a 91-70 win over a feisty team from Dayton.

The two seniors, Kiah Stokes and Kaleena Mosqueada-Lewis, hold the Albany Regional Trophy after the Huskies beat Dayton by a 91-71 score to advance to the Final Four in Tampa.

(F) Abbi Fisher, Shelby Howe, Taylor Howe. (B): Kendra Covington, Paige Middleton, Mia Barbieri, Brittany Anderson. The 7 were honored at the THS girls basketball banquet on Sunday.

Moriah Jefferson and Breanna Stewart combined for 56 points in the Huskies' 105-54 demolition of Texas on Saturday afternoon in their Sweet 16 match up.

Breanna Stewart (R) was a force to be reckoned with on Saturday in the Huskies' 105-54 win over Texas. Stewart scored 31 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

UConn head coach Geno Auriemma and the Huskies are in Albany for the NCAA Regionals. Gaffney and Wilson report.

It's Media Day at the Times Union Arena in Albany, New York as the UConn women prepare to take on Texas on Saturday at noon in a Sweet 16 match up.

Thanks to Nicole Schaefer (L) and Gabby Hurlbert (R) for appearing on the Litchfield County Sports program on Wednesday with Tim Gaffney and Rick Wilson.

Thanks to a 9 p.m. start time and a less than stellar opponent, the UConn Husky women played in front of a small crowd of 3,486. What's to be done? It's all about television.

The stroke was sweet as usual for UConn senior Kalenna Mosqueda-Lewis on Monday night as she scored a game-high 23 points in the Huskies' 91-55 win over Rutgers.

After a stellar senior season at UConn, Ryan Boatright now prepares for the NBA.

Former Canton High School star Sarah Benedetti and her college team, St. Francis of Brooklyn, fell to the UConn Huskies by a 89-33 final. Benedetti scored a team-high 13 points.

The Thomaston Golden Bears: Back-to-Back Class S Champions

Julia Quinn scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds as Thomaston beat Canton by a 52-50 final. That's two straight Class S titles for the Bears.

Two of the keys to the Thomaston Golden Bears bringing home their second consecutive Class S Championship title, Julia Quinn and Nicole Schaefer, celebrate their 52-50 win over Canton.

Gabby Hurlbert and Bob McMahon are champions again. Thomaston defeated Canton in the Class S title game.

The Thomaston Golden Bears are Class S champions again.

UConn's season came to an end with a loss to Arizona State in the first round of the NIT.

"The Quest for 10" starts on Saturday for the UConn women as they open NCAA play with a match up against St Francis of Brooklyn at 9 p.m. at Gampel Pavilion.

UConn ran out of gas in the AAC Tournament final, falling to SMU.

If there is to be another championship banner hoisted at the XL Center this year, it will have to come from the UConn women after the men lost to SMU in the AAC title game.

Ryan Boatright and the Huskies pulled off a stunning, come-from-behind win over Tulsa in the AAC Tournament semifinals.

Ryan Boatright celebrates with the fans after his buzzer-beater knocked off Cincinnati in the AAC Tournament quarterfinals.

Thomaston sophomore Julia Quinn sparked her team with 14 points on the way to a 57-41 win over Immaculate. It's on to Mohegan Sun to face Canton for the Class S crown.

We might start calling it "The Thomaston Sun." The Bears are going back to Uncasville after a 57-41 semifinal win over Immaculate of Danbury.

Tim Gaffney and Rick Wilson at the studios of Thomaston High School after taping their weekly sports talk program. It can be seen on Cable 5 on Thursday night from 8-9 p.m.

Former Torrington Twisters GM Kirk Fredriksson is currently scouting for the Baltimore Orioles, looking to help bring more talent to play at Camden Yards.

Amida Brimah and the Huskies rolled over USF in the first round of the AAC Tournament.

Daniel Hamilton helped the UConn Huskies move on in the AAC Tournament with 20 points in a 69-43 win over USF at the XL Center.

The UConn men will need some home cooking at the AAC Tournament in Hartford this week.

Thomaston's Casey Carangelo and the Golden Bears will look for a third straight appearance in the Class S finals when they take on Immaculate on Friday night at Wilby High School.

UConn senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis was named the Most Valuable Player of the American Athletic Conference Championship after leading her team to an 84-70 win over USF.

Kia Nurse and the UConn women defeated USF in the AAC Tournament title game at Mohegan Sun Arena on Monday.

Thomaston's Charlotte Eberhardt drives against O'Brien Tech's Hannah Gordon during Friday's game. The Bears ran away with a 69-23 win.

Breanna Stewart (Player of the Year), Kia Nurse (Freshman of the Year), Geno Auriemma (Coach of the Year) and Jamie Kaplan (Tulane, Scholar Athlete) were honored at Mohegan Sun Friday.

Ryan Boatright and the Huskies suffered another last second loss at Gampel Thursday, this one to Memphis.

It's all over for the Torrington girls basketball team after it dropped a 55-48 decision to the Kennedy Eagles in the second round of the Class L State Tournament. Picture by Mic Nicosia.

Lewis Mills senior, Ruta Martisauskaite, sinks a late free throw, part of her 21-point effort in a 40-37 Class M win over Tolland.

Brie Pergola and the Torrington girls were defeated by Kennedy Thursday night in the state tournament.

Rodney Purvis scored a career-high 28 points in leading UConn over SMU, 81-73.

UConn held off SMU and its Hall of Fame coach, Larry Brown, Sunday in Hartford.

Members of the 1989-90 UConn squad that was the first team to play at Gampel Pavilion. The team was introduced at halftime of the Huskies' game versus Memphis.

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is introduced with her family on Senior Day in Storrs. KML passed the 2,000 point mark in the first half.

UConn senior Kiah Stokes is introduced with her family on Senior Day at Storrs. Stokes got her 300th block early in the Huskies' win over Memphis.

In the moment of the day during Senior Day festivities, UConn head coach Geno Auriemma hugs KML's brother, Xander.

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis warms up before Senior Day here in Storrs. UConn/Memphis in the final home game of the season.

It's Senior Day here in Storrs as the UConn women get ready to honor Kaleena Nosqueda-Lewis and Kiah Stokes. KML will also take her place in the Huskies of Honor before the game.

Make that four Berkshire League Tournament titles in a row for the Thomaston Golden Bears. They took care of Nonnewaug by a 56-36 final on Friday night at Northwestern Regional 7.

That smile has never faded. Albany standout Sarah Royals and her Great Dane teammates beat the Hartford Hawks by a 65-50 final on Thursday night. Royals had seven points in the win.

Torrington's Paige Middelton looks for an opening during Wednesday's NVL championship win over Holy Cross. Middleton scored nine points as THS played a remarkable game.

For the second straight game of the NVL Tournament, Shelby Howe came up huge for the Torrington girls, scoring 13 points in a 56-55 win over Holy Cross.

Brie Pergola was named the NVL Tournament MVP after leading Torrington to a 56-55 win over Holy Cross. Count on this not being the last trophy the talented sophomore takes home.

Kendra Covington and Paige Middleton hold up the NVL Championship trophy after the Raiders knocked off rival Holy Cross by a 56-55 score for their second title in three years.

Emma Beltrandi from Northwestern received the Ed Kolakoski award voted on by the League coaches. She is pictured with her coach, Fred Williams.

The Thomaston girls moved on to the BL finals thanks to a 52-35 win over Housatonic. Charlie Eberhardt (15) defends Mountaineer guard Chelsea Kearns (24) in second half action.

Torrington senior Shelby Howe came up big in the Raiders 45-42 win over Kennedy with nine points. THS takes on Holy Cross in the NVL Finals on Wednesday. Picture by Mic Nicosia.


How will the 2016 UConn football season go?

6-6 and a Bowl loss.
7-5 and a Bowl win.
4-8 and a lost season.
5-7 and just miss out on a Bowl game.

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