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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Seymour Hall of Fame looking for inaugural inductees

The Seymour High School Sports Hall of Fame committee is looking for members to assist with the formation, planning, and selection of the inaugural class of inductees.

Interested persons can e-mail or contact Paul Sponheimer at (203) 734-0233 or Anthony LoPresti (203) 888-4461.

A meeting will take place on Mar. 14 in Room 109 at Seymour High School. Please enter on the east side of the building.


Fairfield Prep's Jean-Baptiste headed to Stonehill

Via press release.

Fairfield Prep senior Serge Jean-Baptiste signed an Athletic National Letter of Intent to play football for Stonehill College on February 13.

Serge has been a three-year starter as an offensive and defensive lineman. In his sophomore year, Jean-Baptiste played defensive tackle and was chosen as the team’s Most Improved Player. As a junior he led his team in tackles for a loss and sacks. He was selected as a team Co-Captain for the 2011 season and, to enhance his team’s ability to score, he moved to offensive guard.

His size, 6-2 and 275 lbs, and his athletic ability made him an outstanding pulling guard and he led his team to rush for 210 yards per game in the highly competitive Southern Connecticut Conference.

Serge was named to the Coaches’ Class LL first team All-State team and first team All-SCC. Serge has been a member of the S.E.E.D. Diversity Club and volunteered at the Jewish Home for the Elderly in Fairfield. He is a resident of Norwalk.

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Athlete of the Week: Harold Cooper, Hillhouse

Harold Cooper, Hillhouse indoor track & field: The sophomore won the 55 dash (6.55) and was a member of the second-place sprint medley relay team and third-place 4x200 relay team at the State Open.


Mike Lee, Hamden hockey: The sophomore forward had a hat trick and added an assist in a 7-4 win over East Haven.

Jake Scinto, Cheshire indoor track & field: The senior won the high jump (6-4) and the long jump (21-11.75) at the State Open.

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