DeLorenzo impresses in Blue-White game   Published Apr 16, 2014
While most Huskies fans were already dreaming of a dual championship parade this past weekend, one UConn team in particular was more focused on their game they still had yet to play. The Connecticut football team’s annual Spring Blue-White game, … more ...
Week 1 brought many positive results   Published Apr 17, 2014
Girls golf The BHS girls golf team began its title defense with a 191-219 victory over Farmington at Timberlin Golf Course. The team was led by junior Ashley D’Attilio, who medaled with a score of 43. Fellow juniors Julia Kemmling … more ...
Hall of Fame: Wenzel, Clifford   Published Apr 15, 2014
Scot Wenzel, Class of 1989 Scot had an outstanding career in both football and basketball. In football, he was a three-year starter with a team career record of 25-6. He was a two-time All-Northwest Conference selection as a defensive back … more ...
Sporting events don’t always have to be morality plays, but it’s awfully sweet when they are. Because we here in Connecticut know Kevin Ollie and his UConn men’s basketball team did more than run through the NCAA tournament. We know … more ...
Sporting events don’t always have to be morality plays, but it’s awfully sweet when they are. Because we here in Connecticut know Kevin Ollie and his UConn men’s basketball team did more than run through the NCAA tournament. We know … more ...
Hall of Fame: Buckley, Bedard   Published Apr 9, 2014
Mark Buckley, Class of 1984 In football, Mark was an All-Northwest Conference defensive selection three times. He led the team in tackles as both a junior and a senior. Mark received both the Outstanding Achievement Award and Coach’s Award his … more ...
BHS Hall of Fame: Marturano, McKeon   Published Mar 31, 2014
Frank Marturano, Class of 1966 Frank Marturano participated in football, baseball, and track and field. He was a starting linebacker as a freshman, and was a member of the 1963 undefeated team that won the Northwest Conference championship as a … more ...
Baseball Coach: Leo Veleas (27th season). Assistants: Frank Naples, Nick Pepe, John Jacko (statistician). Last season: After finishing the regular season 13-7, the boys lost to Waterford, 7-2, in the Class L quarterfinals. Key losses: Connor Bennett, the team’s number … more ...

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Berlin cheer preps for New Englands   Published Mar 19, 2014
If you’ve wandered into Gibney Gymnasium on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night over the last few weeks, you’ve most likely been greeted by something other than a basketball game or hundreds of screaming fans. Instead, the court has been … more ...
Veteran BHS coach moves on   Published Mar 14, 2014
Things are going to look very different on the sidelines of the soccer pitch next season. Veteran coach Dave Francalangia is no longer in charge of the successful Redcoat squad. He has taken over as athletic director at Lewis Mills … more ...
Young grapplers impress at state level   Published Mar 12, 2014
A small contingent of Berlin Minutemen traveled to Thomaston High for another chance to take home gold, as 10 local wrestlers competed in the 2014 Second Chance State Tournament. Zachary Skinner, who attended the state tournament as an alternate, was … more ...
The 2014 CIAC cheerleading season wrapped up this past weekend at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven, and several local squads ended the year on a high note. The Berlin Redcoats placed third at the Class L championship … more ...
Hockey After a long and successful regular season, the co-op Indians squad consisting of Newington, Berlin, and Manchester’s top ice men is ready to defend its back-to-back state titles. Yet, before calling themselves “champions” again, NBM will need to square … more ...
Hall of Fame: Jack Cooney   Published Feb 25, 2014
Jack Cooney, Class of 1945 As a 6-foot-4 center, Jack was a three-year starter on the basketball team. In his senior year he was the leading scorer and served as a captain of the team. Jack was also a three-year … more ...
Boys basketball With the chips stacked against them, the Redcoats kept their state tournament hopes alive through a strong push to finish the season. Yet, a season-ending, must-win contest against Middletown didn’t go as planned for the Berlin boys, and … more ...
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