A Friday morning tradition continues with a new edition of Linked Up. Lots of territory covered in this one including stories about nearly all the CIAC winter sports.
- From the Meriden Record: Coach Mike Forgione preaches defense for the Southington girls basketball team. His team is listening.
- From Forbes: This is an impassioned pronouncement in favor of high school sports, and even suggests how to fund them.
- From Pandodaily: A story on working together to try and gather more information about injuries.
- From the Waterbury Republican-American: I believe a story on the previous meeting between these teams also was featured in Linked Up, but amazingly the sequel was just as good as the original.
- From the New London Day: Orrin Parke is making noise with his accomplishments on the track, but that is about all the noise he is making.
- From the Norwich Bulletin: One wrestling team is sorry to see the regular season end, but there is competition still to come.
- From the Hartford Courant: Fermi wrestling is excelling way ahead of schedule.
- From the Foothills Media Group: Thomaston High School has been a cradle of coaches for girls basketball in the state.
- From the Middletown Press: This column from Jim Bransfield provides an example of how the high school sports experience provides opportunity to be involved in a wide-range of activities, including being involved in the Inauguration.
- From the Norwalk Hour: John Chacho thought he was done receiving honors for his career. Turns out, he was wrong. Also from the Hour, this story about a school and district working to prevent violations of eligibility guidelines.
- From the Bristol Press: It is never clear how a co-op might work, but it is so far so good for the Bristol swimming co-op.
- From the Connecticut Post: Mike Cardillo takes a look at the area boys basketball lineups, and fills out his dream five. There is also a preview of upcoming girls basketball showdowns for Lauralton Hall.
- From the Milford-Orange Bulletin: The nature of high school coaching has changed, particularly for football coaches, leading to lots of vacancies.
- From the New Haven Register: Injury issues have Ansonia girls basketball depleted, but not defeated.
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