Linked Up – 5/5/14

Westhill baseball player Ronald Jackson is back doing what he loves after a year away. J. Gregory Raymond - Stamford Advocate.

Westhill baseball player Ronald Jackson is back doing what he loves after a year away. J. Gregory Raymond – Stamford Advocate.

Linked Up returns a few days later than normal, but still with plenty of great stories to share from across the state. With so many spring sport athletes competing there are a tremendous number of stories to tell, and you can hopefully continue to find something interesting in each edition of Linked Up.

From the Stamford Advocate: Ronald Jackson is back in the place he finds a lot of joy — on the baseball field for Westhill.
From the Waterbury Republican-American: Meghan Kelly feels grateful towards her adopted parents, and Wolcott High School feels the same way towards her.
From GameTimeCT: Torrington’s Mitch Zagrodnik has become a poster child for the development and maturation student-athletes experience during high school. Also from GameTime, the Foran softball team is going above and beyond for one of their own.
From the New London Day: Jodi Weiss is “Jodi Softball” for Waterford softball team and she is a devoted sister to her twin brothers.
From the Bristol Press: The Bristol Eastern first doubles duo of Clayton Caggiano and Brendan Plasczynski have been impressing their coach all season.
From Westhill senior runner Claire Howlett has left an impressive legacy before turning her attention to the west coast.
From the Norwalk Hour: Don’t let the size of Norwalk’s Marissa Mastrianni fool you, she is big on talent.
From the Hartford Courant: A pair of East Hampton hurlers are being led by very knowledgeable catcher.
From the A look at the midseason status of the FCIAC baseball and softball seasons.
From the Norwich Bulletin: A look at a great group of student-athletes who will be taking their talents to the college level.
From The Shoreline Times: A strong start in the outdoor season turned the spotlight on Guilford harrier John Reagle.
From the Meriden Record Journal: The Platt Hall of Fame Class is an impressive group with a great history.
From With a touch of “One Shining Moment” the memories continue to pile up for the Thomaston girls basketball team.
From the CT Post: Defending LL champions Amity has yet to find its stride this season.
From the Darien News: The Cinderella story has been long in the offing for the Darien baseball team.
From the Ellington tennis coach Richard Williams earned an honor for his work on and off the courts.

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