Terryville High School
Terryville High School is a public high school that serves students living in Plymouth, Terryville, and Pequabuck, Connecticut. It is located at 33 North Harwinton Avenue in Terryville, CT. It is the only school in town to offer grades 9−12. Formerly located at the site of what is now Eli Terry Jr. Middle School, a new Terryville High School building was completed and opened in January 2008.
Terryville High School has a wide variety of athletic activities; school sports include baseball, softball, boys' and girls' basketball, boys' and girls' soccer, cross country, tennis, volleyball, track & field, golf, and wrestling.
Its gymnasium is adorned with banners representing many years of athletic achievements. Historic sports moments for Terryville include six state basketball championships. Art Hamm coached the team to Connecticut state high school basketball championship victories in 1983 and 1984. The most recent basketball title was won in 1995 on a 3-point shot at the buzzer. The varsity boys' basketball team finished their 2008−09 season with an undefeated record of 20−0, making the first basketball team, first boys' team, and second overall team in school history to have an undefeated season at Terryville High School; the first team to have an undefeated season was the girls' volleyball team in 2000.
In 1991, Phil Lyga coached his soccer team to a co-champion Berkshire League title. Tom Morgan coached the golf team to six BL championships in 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000. Jerry Daniels and his wrestling teams won several Berkshire League titles and coached many state champions. The Terryville softball squad was a very dominating team which came very close to winning the state title in 2008.
The New Terryville High School
Work on the new Terryville High School began on January 25, 2006. Less than two years later, it was opened for operation on January 7, 2008..
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