The Easton Baseball League has rounded third and crossed home plate on its newly renovated 50/70 Majors field for eligible fifth, sixth and seventh graders playing in the Cal Ripken youth baseball league. Located at 650 Morehouse Road, the field—which measures 70 feet from home plate Continue reading “Play Ball! Easton Baseball League Upgrades Field”
This coming spring, Easton Baseball League will have a brand new playing field. League officials have been hard at work renovating and building a “stadium-like” 50/70 field for athletes to play on within the town.
Rob McDermott, president of Easton Baseball, believes the field Continue reading “Easton Baseball to Build 50/70 Baseball Field”
After all of the unfortunate events following the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Easton and Redding communities have been fortunate enough to have playing fields and outdoor sites where local youth can continue to play.
The Boys & Girls Club of Easton-Redding has multiple Continue reading “The Future of Youth Sports During a Pandemic”
An emotional rollercoaster, crushing, torn away.
Those were some of the initial reactions and emotions coming from members of the Joel Barlow football team, who have had to endure a back-and-forth decision regarding playing football by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference Continue reading “Falcons Continue to Practice as Possible Season on the Horizon”
STAR’s fourth annual Golf Tournament will be an 18-hole best ball scramble with a shotgun start on Monday, Oct. 19 at the Connecticut Golf Club, 915 Black Rock Turnpike, Easton. Join STAR to support our neighbors with intellectual and developmental disabilities Continue reading “STAR Inc. Hosts Golf Tournament to Benefit People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities”
Update for 9/25/2020
I am happy to report that the Town of Easton continues to weather the pandemic and unlike so many other districts we have been able to keep our schools open. Our numbers remain good even after Labor Day Weekend with the town party Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Looking to add a challenge to your outdoor workout routine? The Easton 175th Anniversary Virtual 5k will take place from Sept. 1 to Sept. 30, any place you enjoy to run or walk.
Sponsored by the Easton Park and Recreation Department, the team has put Continue reading “On Your Mark, Get Ready: Easton 175th Anniversary Virtual 5k Starts Soon”
For Easton Conn. resident, Jordan Carr, 13, the road to competing on Season 2 of American Ninja Warrior Junior, the youth edition of the famed American Ninja Warrior show, was a hard-won effort.
“I’d been a competitive climber for almost a decade when. I saw the first season of Continue reading “Easton Girl Competes on American Ninja Warrior Junior Television Show”
After consecutive years in which Kolbe Cathedral fell in the SWC conference tournament semifinals, the Cougars broke through and found their way back to the championship game following a 48-42 win over Joel Barlow on Tuesday night at the Cardinal Shehan Center in Bridgeport.
They say good things come to those who wait.
Following a 2019 season in which the Joel Barlow High School basketball team missed out on the SWC tournament, on Friday night the Falcons used senior leadership to pull away late in a 51-44 victory over sixth-seeded Pomperaug High Continue reading “Falcons Soar Into SWC Semi-finals”