Tuesday, July 12, 2011

WEDNESDAY: Today's cover & top stories

Kemba was the big story in Middlesex County Tuesday, and he brought a cast with him to Cromwell. UConn head coach Jim Calhoun and assistant coach Kevin Ollie (also a former award recipient) were there. Get the full recap here, courtesy of Press Correspondent Todd Kalif.

Special shoutout to photographer Steve McLaughlin, who took some outstanding photos at the event, including the two on the cover.

I headed out to Wallingford yesterday for some American Legion action, where Middletown Post 75 committed a few costly errors, opening the door for Wallingford to win it.

Big game for United States women's team today, taking on France at noon in semifinal action. According to wily veteran Abby Wambach, "losing is not an option." Watch it live on ESPN or on your computer at work (God forbid!) on ESPN3.

I'm an Elm City girl.
The return of Caroline Wozniacki is big Connecticut news. The world No. 1 will try for her fourth consecutive title in New Haven, and try to shake off her Slam jinx later this summer in New York City. I got you covered with my take on whether Wozniacki will ever break through in a major, and a special treat, some vids I shot last year when she was in New Haven.

Keep your eyes peeled for some footage from the Middletown-Wallingford Legion game, and be sure to hold your breath for Athletes of the Week ... that comes out tomorrow.

Happy Wednesday!

No comments:

Post a Comment