Falcon Field in Meriden hosted two state soccer championships Saturday. Two Suffield teams experienced very different outcomes on the day. The Suffield boys triumphed over Ellington to win their third consecutive Class M state title. Earlier however, the Suffield girls team was bested 2-1 by a strong St. Joseph’s performance in the Class LL championship.
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- Alert to the arrival of her car, seagulls flock for a buffet of cheezy popcorn courtesy of Rocky Hill resident Marian Lazzeri Thursday afternoon. Lazzeri brings the popcorn, her favorite, to the Rocky Hill boat launch to feed the birds every day. MICHAEL McANDREWS | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Renata Wawszkiewicz, of Bristol, shows her daughter, Olivia, 2, a shell she found on the beach while holding Olivia's little sister, Kamila, 7 months, at Hammonasset Beach State Park Wednesday. The Wawszkiewiczes stopped at the beach to get some fresh air after going to a doctors appointment nearby. "I've been coming here since I was a kid and we camp here every summer," said Wawszkiewicz. "I just love the beach." CLOE POISSONemail@example.com
- At Silver Sands State Park in Milford on Sunday, Jordan (from left) and her husband AdrianFischer, of Milford, play with Suki, their one-year-old chocolate lab mix, as she leaps at the fresh snow generated by Adrian. PATRICK RAYCRAFT | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Promise (at left) and Putnam have become best friends and colleagues in their work at the Enfield police department where they work in the same Enfield K-9 Unit with Officer Brian Croteau. Promise, who is ten years old, will soon retire. Putnam, who is almost two years old, wil start training soon with Croteau. At that point, Promise will remain at home and Putnam will go to work as the drug-sniffing dog for the Enfield Police Department. PATRICK RAYCRAFT | email@example.com