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The latest on youth sports, high school as well college and the pros.
Quick Nearly Flawless in U.S. Olympic Debut

Quick Nearly Flawless in U.S. Olympic Debut

The Old Avon Farms grad allows only one goal in the U.S. Men's Hockey team 7-1 win over Slovakia.
Snow Business: More Game Management from Seirus

Snow Business: More Game Management from Seirus

Company owner Mike Carey is an NFL referee.

NHL Faceoff: Quick Vs. Bonino

Which former Avon Old Farms School hockey star's team will emerge victorious on Jan. 25...the L.A. Kings and Jonathan Quick or the Anaheim Ducks and Farmington's Nick Bonino?
State Pride: Two CT Residents on U.S. Olympic Ski Team

State Pride: Two CT Residents on U.S. Olympic Ski Team

Mac Bohonnon, of Madison, and Eliza Outtrim, of Hamden, are going for gold in Sochi.
Snow Business: Bunny Hops are Covering a Lot More Terrain at Jiminy

Snow Business: Bunny Hops are Covering a Lot More Terrain at Jiminy

A new teaching method has been introduced that is aimed at increasing the fun factor.
New Rowing Center to Provide Training Space for Avon High School, Middle School Athletes

New Rowing Center to Provide Training Space for Avon High School, Middle School Athletes

The private business, run by two coaches, will also hopes to draw adults with fitness programming.
Avon is Game for a New Athletic Complex

Avon is Game for a New Athletic Complex

Town official seek funding source for Thompson Road athletic complex preliminary site plan.
Snow Business: The Hill is Alive at Powder Ridge

Snow Business: The Hill is Alive at Powder Ridge

The Middlefield snow sports area is alive and well.
Quick, Former Avon Old Farms Hockey Player, to Represent Connecticut in Sochi Olympics

Quick, Former Avon Old Farms Hockey Player, to Represent Connecticut in Sochi Olympics

Scroll down for a complete TV schedule. The women's team starts Feb. 8, while the men start Feb. 13.
For Farmington Basketball, Supporting American Cancer Society, Robin Roberts' Bee the Match Cause is a Slam Dunk

For Farmington Basketball, Supporting American Cancer Society, Robin Roberts' Bee the Match Cause is a Slam Dunk

The Farmington High School girls basketball team will host a fundraiser on Feb. 4.
UHart Alum Vin Baker Among Former NBA Players Taking Part in North Korea Exhibition

UHart Alum Vin Baker Among Former NBA Players Taking Part in North Korea Exhibition

Baker's number was retired by university located in West Hartford, where he attended from 1989-93 before moving on to the NBA.
Snow Business: It's More Than a Picnic in the Park for Girls at Ski Sundown

Snow Business: It's More Than a Picnic in the Park for Girls at Ski Sundown

Sundown's Girls Rock the Park event is on tap for Jan. 11.
Grace Kucharski Becomes First AVCA All-American for Golden Bears Volleyball

Grace Kucharski Becomes First AVCA All-American for Golden Bears Volleyball

The junior defensive specialist is also the CCC Libero of the Year.
Snow Business: The Skida Bandana ... It's Like Your Favorite Pair of PJs

Snow Business: The Skida Bandana ... It's Like Your Favorite Pair of PJs

There's also a charitable element to the Vermont company.
LGBTQ Group & Sound Tigers Team-up to Fight Homophobia in Sports

LGBTQ Group & Sound Tigers Team-up to Fight Homophobia in Sports

Located in Norwalk, Triangle Community Center (TCC) is an LGBTQ Community Center serving all of Fairfield County. The "You Can Play Day" event has an expected attendance of over 6,000 people
Taking Sports Pics in Avon?

Taking Sports Pics in Avon?

We want to see them!
Snow Business: Okemo Serves Up an Epic Weekend

Snow Business: Okemo Serves Up an Epic Weekend

The season is off to a stellar start at the Vermont mountain.
Snow Business: Powder Ridge 'Turning Up the Volume' on Snow-Making

Snow Business: Powder Ridge 'Turning Up the Volume' on Snow-Making

Under new ownership, the revived ski destination in Middlefield is taking advantage of December snow and cold temperatures to hit the slopes running.
With Plenty of Snowmaking Power, Ski Sundown Set to Open Friday Afternoon

With Plenty of Snowmaking Power, Ski Sundown Set to Open Friday Afternoon

New features this year include additional carpet lift, third terrain park, revamped web site and free NASTAR race series.
Snow Business: So Far, There's Snow in Those Hills

Snow Business: So Far, There's Snow in Those Hills

So far, things are pretty good.