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Bluefish Report: Fish will be a contender for rest of season

Who would have thought it? After staggering to a barely .500 plus mark in the first half of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball season, most fans weren’t expecting out local heroes to compete […] Continue Reading…


Harding, Bassick struggle against long odds

As the midpoint of the scholastic baseball season nears, it’s once again quite apparent that Harding and Bassick are struggling to even be competitive in the always tough FCIAC. On Monday, Harding was routed by […] Continue Reading…


The Bluefish Report: 4-8 team struggles to meet expectations

Granted it’s early in the season, but to date the results have not looked good. Through Sunday, the Bridgeport Bluefish have struggled to a 4-8 mark, far below expectations. After last year’s journey to […] Continue Reading…


Recalling an icon of local sports scene

It’s been about four years now, but I still think about Bill Gonillo. Y’know, the guy with the camera. Once upon a time, a couple of friends and I traveled to New Haven to […] Continue Reading…


Sound Tigers season not a total washout

For all the losses, the Sound Tigers season was not a complete and total washout. There could have been a great deal of wailing and gnashing of teeth emanating from the Webster Bank Arena […] Continue Reading…


Sound Tigers prove they’re not pussy cats

The Sound Tigers season is coming to a close and it is a season that defies analysis. The Bridgeport icemen are by far and away the worst team in the American Hockey League, there’s […] Continue Reading…


The sports memorabilia of Mike Riccio

The Fairfield County Sports Commission hosts numerous events every year and two of the most notable are the annual Hall of Fame dinner every October and the annual celebrity breakfast held at the Continental […] Continue Reading…


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