Tag: Blue Devils

Wrestling: Blue Devils are matching up well on the mat

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT There is an atmosphere of excitement along the Plainville sidelines this wrestling season as new head coach Todd Krolikowski has instilled a team first mentality among his grapplers. “Wrestling can be viewed as an individual sport but…

Plainville roundup: The Blue Devils’ week in review

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT This week’s Big Blue Award for outstanding performance goes to Joe Michalic. The junior swimmer had to two first place finishes and part of two first place relays teams in the Blue Devils first team win of…

Boys Basketball: Blue Devils come of age during OT victory

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT It was there for the taking in the waning moments of regulation on Jan 10 against Platt, but shots from Alec Couture and Louis Passaretti rolled around the rim and out. Instead of clinching the contest in…

Plainville roundup: The Blue Devils’ week in review

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT This week’s Big Blue Award for outstanding performance goes to Javan Paradis. The junior guard on the boys basketball team knocked down 17 points in a 65-60 overtime win against Platt on Jan 10, and he did…

Project Graduation plans, fundraisers kick into high gear

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Plainville High School seniors are six months away from receiving their diplomas and heading out into the world. But before they make that transition, Plainville parents want to ensure that the last event of the school…

Boys Basketball: Will the Rybczyk tourney be the turning point?

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville boys came into the Rybczyk Holiday tournament with some issues on offense that got them off to a slow start on the season. Those issues still needed to be resolved after Plainville dropped a 61-47…

Wrestling: Grappling with success

Kaleb Korona, top, scrambles for control over Danny Cruz of Westhersfield during the Bristol Central Invitational last Saturday. Bristol Eastern scored 210.5 points to secure the tournament title. Five Blue Devils medaled at the tournament, and Plainville (75) placed 11th…

Indoor track is growing by leaps and bounds

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville indoor track team is growing by leaps and bounds going from 19 athletics last year to just over 54 this season under the direction of head coach Tim Shea and assistant coach Ryan Acey. According…

Plainville roundup: The Blue Devils’ week in review

KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville High School basketball teams opened up the winter season last week with three girls games and two boys contests during the holiday week. The Blue Devils are still looking for their first wins of the…