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William Sanders  led the field throughout  the Polar Bear Run around Lake Waramaug on Sunday, Feb. 27. Sanders, age 34, finished the 7.6 miles course in 39 minutes 10 seconds. Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Return of the Polar Bear Run

NEW PRESTON — Sunny skies greeted the record number of runners who came to Lake Waramaug for the Polar Bear Run on Sunday, Feb. 27.

After last year’s event was canceled, 626 runners were eager to race the 7.6 mile Lake Waramaug course again.

Salisbury’s Roy Sherwood will be highlighted in an exhibit about Winter Olympic competitors. This photo was taken at the 1956 Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. Photo courtesy Salisbury Assn.

A rich Olympic history, on view

SALISBURY — For a small rural town, Salisbury has had a large number of participants in winter and summer Olympics.

Housatonic Valley Regional High School’s Sydney Segalla went up for a basket during a game against Nonnewaug High School March 9, 2021. Segalla surpassed 1,000 career points last week. Photo by Tom Brown

Segalla makes Mountaineers history in senior season

FALLS VILLAGE —Hanging in the Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) gymnasium is a plaque that represents the elite 1,000 Point Club.  In the 83 years of school history, only 10 HVRHS athletes have achieved this, the latest being senior Sydney Segalla.

Photo by Janet Manko

Strong showing

On Tuesday evening, Jan. 25, at home in Falls Village, Housatonic Valley Regional High School varsity boys basketball played hard against rival Northwestern Regional High School from Winsted, but came up short with a 70-59 loss.


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