GameTimeCT / Register Top 10 Girls Basketball Poll: Capital Prep No. 1 yet again

 

Team Points Last Class

1. Capital Prep (6-0) (15)

506 1 L
Last game: Def. Grasso Tech 60-11, def. Capitol Christian Academy 80-66.
Bottom line: Like we said last week, Capital Prep’s non-conference schedule is better than most team’s conference schedules.

2. Mercy (9-0) (2)

476 2 LL
Last game: Def. Sacred Heart Academy 52-19.
Bottom line: The Tigers continue to run through the Southern Connecticut Conference.

3. Career (7-0)

432 3 LL
Last game: Def. Branford 49-35, def. North Haven 70-28, def. East Haven 70-27.
Bottom line: The Panthers take on Lauralton Hall Monday in an interesting matchup.

4. RHAM (8-0)

352 4 L
Last game: Def. Manchester 58-53, def. E.O. Smith 66-65, def. Suffield 65-51, def. Rockville 69-53.
Bottom line: Four games in one week? No problem for the Sachems.

5. South Windsor (6-0)

350 9 LL
Last game: Def. Weaver 56-55, def. Wethersfield 68-31.
Bottom line: The Bobcats defeated two Top 10 teams in Weaver and NFA.

6. Lauralton Hall (7-1)

348 6 LL
Last game: Def. Weston 77-10, def. Oxford 59-31, def. Newtown 56-42.
Bottom line: The Crusaders look strong heading into Monday’s game against Career.

7. Wilton (9-0)

306 8 L
Last game: Def. Westhill 71-42, def. Trinity Catholic 65-32, def. Staples 55-32.
Bottom line: The Warriors are clearly the best team in the FCIAC.

8. Norwich Free Academy (8-1)

282 7 LL
Last game: Def. Montville 60-43.
Bottom line: The Wildcats had a light week, but didn’t disappoint.

9. Weaver (6-1)

265 5 L
Last game: Def. Hartford Public 97-18, lost to South Windsor 56-55 and def. Manchester 80-20.
Bottom line: The Beavers winning streak ended this week. Can they start a new one?

10. Danbury (8-1)

195 NR LL
Last game: Def. Trumbull 48-28, Norwalk 57-24, Westhill 47-39.
Bottom line: Win over Trumbull bumped the Eagles out of the Top 10 and put the Hatters in.
Dropped out: Trumbull (10).
First-place votes in parentheses and points tabulated on a 30-28-26-24-22-20-18-16-14-12-11-10-9-8-7 basis.
Others receiving votes: Holy Cross (9-0) 178; Farmington (7-1) 112; Cromwell (8-1) 71; Ledyard (6-1) 69; Trumbull (7-2) 64; Bristol Central (8-0) 62; Fairfield Warde (8-1) 55; Fairfield Ludlowe (8-1) 43; Amity (9-1) 40; Stamford (8-1) 34; Morgan (7-1) 31; Westhill (7-2) 21; Kolbe-Cathedral (5-1) 18; Lyman Hall (8-1) 8; E.O. Smith (5-2) 7.
The following voted: Mary Albl, Journal Register; Jim Bombaci, Haddam-Killingworth; Doug Bonjour, Connecticut Post; Henry Chisholm, New Haven Register; Vinnie Cianfarani, Tolland; Dave Danko, Fairfield Warde; Eric DeMarco, Norte Dame-Fairfield; Scott Nails, Foran; Dave Phillips, Lori Riley, Hartford Courant; Shoreline Newspapers; Mike Suppe, Hersam Acorn Newspapers; Nick Velles, Franklin School; Fred Williams, Northwestern; Rick Wilson, Waterbury Republican-American; Richard Zalusky, Willimantic Chronicle; Jimmy Zanor, Middletown Press.
Poll compiled by: Henry Chisholm.

Comments

    • Henry C says

      Can’t wait *Bart Scott voice * lol Early prediction, Mercy will win, it won’t be close. Career is good, needs time and more scoring to go around Atkinson.

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