Unified Sports: Jonathan Law athletes make most of opportunities

They say good things come in small packages and, in the case of Jonathan Law’s Unified Sports program, that certainly is the case.  Law’s Unified basketball program, featuring special needs athletes and their partners, peers who assists them, had 16 participants, less than half the number of some of the programs Law competed against.  With emphasis on player participation over … read more

Girls basketball: Jonathan Law gains state quarterfinals

Jonathan Law advanced to the Class M quarterfinals before losing to No. 6 seed Berlin, 69-55.  Coach Dan Young’s 16th-seeded Lady Lawmen (16-7) opened states with a 66-54 victory over Seymour High, then ousted No. 1 seed Northwestern 79-48 in the second round.  Fallon Andriolas scored 28 points over the top seed.  Cali Jolley had 23 points, Samara Thacker 14, Pam Ellison eight, … read more

Boys basketball: Jonathan Law puts together record campaign

There was a myriad of positive out-takes that Jonathan Law head coach Jamie Anderson and his players can acquire out of last Friday night’s 62-56 CIAC Division IV quarterfinal loss to Classical Magnet of Hartford. Yes, a loss always equates out to a loss. And this defeat, to a team that the Lawmen had beaten, ironically close to a year … read more

Wrestling: Milford sending three to New Englands

Foran High’s Nolan Bannon and Jonathan Law’s Shayne McCourt were runners-up in their weight classes at the State Open Wrestling Championships at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven on Saturday.  Foran’s Umer Khan wrestled back to place fifth with a 4-3 win over Warde’s Hunter Rasmussen.   The trio have qualified to wrestle at the New England Championships this weekend in … read more