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The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Arkeel Newsome rushed for four TDs as Ansonia claimed a third straight state title by defeating Woodland 51-12  in the Class S championship game. (GW Images photo)

Running To Another Title

Arkeel Newsome rushed for four TDs as Ansonia claimed a third straight state title by defeating Woodland 51-12 in the Class S championship game. (GW Images photo)

Ansonia rolled past Woodland 48-7 at Municipal Stadium to capture its third straight NVL football championship and sixth title in the past eight years. (GW Images photo)

Pulling Away

Ansonia rolled past Woodland 48-7 at Municipal Stadium to capture its third straight NVL football championship and sixth title in the past eight years. (GW Images photo)

Ansonia outlasted Seymour 21-20 to clinch the Brass Division title in Week 9 action, which also featured big wins for Naugatuck, Woodland and Wolcott. (GW Images photo)

Escaping With a Win

Ansonia outlasted Seymour 21-20 to clinch the Brass Division title in Week 9 action, which also featured big wins for Naugatuck, Woodland and Wolcott. (GW Images photo)

Ansonia's Arkeel Newsome ran for 388 yards and six TDs -- setting a new state mark for career rushing yardage in the process — in the Chargers' 56-21 win over Masuk.

Rushing King

Ansonia's Arkeel Newsome ran for 388 yards and six TDs -- setting a new state mark for career rushing yardage in the process — in the Chargers' 56-21 win over Masuk.

NVL football action in Week 5 featured comfortable wins for favored teams such as Ansonia, Wolcott and Seymour, and four runners topping 200 yards rushing.

Runaway Winners

NVL football action in Week 5 featured comfortable wins for favored teams such as Ansonia, Wolcott and Seymour, and four runners topping 200 yards rushing.

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

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Arkeel Newsome rushed for four TDs as Ansonia claimed a third straight state title by defeating Woodland 51-12  in the Class S championship game. (GW Images photo)

Running To Another Title

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Ansonia rolled past Woodland 48-7 at Municipal Stadium to capture its third straight NVL football championship and sixth title in the past eight years. (GW Images photo)

Pulling Away

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Ansonia outlasted Seymour 21-20 to clinch the Brass Division title in Week 9 action, which also featured big wins for Naugatuck, Woodland and Wolcott. (GW Images photo)

Escaping With a Win

4
Ansonia's Arkeel Newsome ran for 388 yards and six TDs -- setting a new state mark for career rushing yardage in the process — in the Chargers' 56-21 win over Masuk.

Rushing King

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NVL football action in Week 5 featured comfortable wins for favored teams such as Ansonia, Wolcott and Seymour, and four runners topping 200 yards rushing.

Runaway Winners

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School Description/Info

Ansonia High School (AHS) is a Grade 9-12 school serving over 700 students. It is located at 20 Pulaski Highway on the “Hilltop” section of the city. AHS offers a wide variety of courses, including numerous college-credit classes, as well as extracurricular activities. Joseph Dobbins is Ansonia High’s principal, while Anthony Piccolo is the school’s athletic director.

According to a statement on the school’s website, the mission of Ansonia High School is “to prepare all students to reach their potential by teaching them the knowledge, skills and behaviors necessary for academic, social and civic success. Students will be prepared for life in the ever changing technological world of the 21st century by meeting high expectations, engaging in authentic problem solving, and utilizing critical thinking.”

Athletics Programs

Known throughout the state for its highly successful football program, Ansonia High School offers students the opportunity to participate in ten NVL sports, plus cheerleading and dance teams and competitions. The Chargers’ football, baseball and tennis teams play home games at the Nolan Field complex, while the basketball, soccer, volleyball and softball teams host home games at the school grounds. Seasonal schedules for Ansonia teams below (taken from the CIAC site) reflect games for all levels of each individual sport, including any varsity, JV and freshman contests.
 

Football

Head Coach: Tom Brockett

2014 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Soccer

Head Coach: Ryan Santos

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Soccer

Head Coach: Jerry Labriola

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Volleyball

Head Coach: Brian Casey

2013 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Basketball

Head Coach: Todd Manuel

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Basketball

Head Coach: Patrick Lynch

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Baseball

Head Coach: Michael Vacca

2014 Schedule/Results

Softball

Coach: Lindsay Wheeler

2014 Schedule/Results

Golf

Head Coach: John Hunt

2014 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Tennis

Coach: Richard Balouskus

2014 Schedule/Results


 
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