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CRHS Boys Soccer Update

The team started out with a tough loss against Morgan on Sept. 12 to begin their season but went on to beat Foran on Sept. 15 and Westbrook a day later. They then lost against Cromwell 4-3. The week of the...

Devils Start with Pride

The Coginchaug Blue Devils are ready and equipped for a memorable season. Senior captains Cameron Powers, Westly Benjunas, and Brenden Rushford lead the team with the goal of making a mark in their...

Devils Take on the Panthers

Coginchaug football kicked off the season against Cromwell with a full crowd and suspenseful game. Many fans came out Saturday, Sept. 12 to watch the Devils. The crowd ranged from the youth football team,...
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CRHS Athletes attack CIAC Decathlon, Heptathlon

On Tuesday, June 16, five Coginchaug athletes competed at the CIAC Outdoor Track Multievent Championships at Willow Brook Park in New Britain. Junior Alec Bogen is in fourth overall headed into day two of the...

CRHS Girls Tennis Shoreline Recap

Senior Jessica Hendley and sophomore Paige Larkin, doubles team 2 for CRHS girls tennis,  competed in Shorelines against North Branford's second doubles team followed by Cromwell's third doubles; they faced...

Coginchaug v. Valley Regional (5/21/15)

On their Senior Night, the Blue Devils defeated Valley 5-4. The game went into extra innings and was won in the 9th by Senior Zach Terrill's RBI single that brought freshman pinch runner Danny Turseck home....

CRHS Junior Places #1 in the Country

Junior Morgan Cunningham attended Varsity’s The Summit cheerleading competition in Orlando, Florida on May 2nd and 3rd. Ten percent of the all star cheerleading teams in the country ever get a bid to go, and...

CRHS Senior Places 13th in the World

Senior Olivia Tubis competed with Spirit All Stars Lady Kryptonite at The Cheerleading Worlds on April 26 in Orlando, Florida. Originally, the girls received an At-Large Bid to Worlds at the Athletic...

CRHS Cheer at QU

On Saturday, Feb. 21, Coginchaug's cheerleaders competed at Quinnipiac University's Cheer Challenge in the small varsity division (15 or fewer members) against 15 squads. The girls hit most of...

Pink-Out Game Raises Money to Fight Cancer

The Coginchaug Regional High School girls and boys basketball teams recently joined the fight against cancer by hosting a “Pink Out” Coaches vs. Cancer Event, a program associated with the American Cancer...

Track Duo Honored by CIAC

PRESS RELEASE FROM CRHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT: Congratulations to Bailey Thayer and Christian Alberico for being recognized as Coginchaug Regional High School’s CIAC Scholar-Athlete Award winners! The...

Indoor Track Shatters Records

Last Saturday, Jan. 10, five indoor track members competed in The Hispanic Games in New York City. Senior Bailey Thayer, juniors Samantha Drop and Jessica Drop, and sophomore Allie Alsup participated in the...

All Star Cheerleading Season Kick-off

CRHS's junior Morgan Cunningham and senior Olivia Tubis will be performing on Fri., Dec. 5 at Derby High School with their competitive cheerleading teams from Spirit All Stars out of Hamden. This cheerleading...

CRHS Homecoming Football Game

Players during half-time. Coginchaug Homecoming Football Game Tim McDermott With temperatures in the mid 30s the Coginchaug Blue Devils suited up for their homecoming game versus Nonnewaug. Despite the...

Volleyball Poised for Postseason

As the regular season came to an end, the Coginchaug girls varsity volleyball team honored their dedicated seniors on Oct. 22. The volleyball team is 10-10 which is a pretty solid record in the Shoreline...

NFL Image

The NFL is a multi-billion dollar industry and, according to ESPN, “the most popular sport in the US.” With so many people watching the sport and paying attention year-round, every player and coach is...

Females and Football?

Across the nation, football is categorized as a man’s sport. With gruesome tackles, exhausting runs, and plenty of physical contact, many believe that the fragility of a woman’s body wasn’t built for...

Big Blue Skies Ahead

As soon as the clock read 1:00 pm September 13, crowds of fans, parents, students, and band members were lined up on the bleachers at the stadium of Coginchaug to welcome back the “boys in blue” who were...