Shoreline Conference

Thirteen schools, primarily located in Middlesex County in the southeast portion of the state, make up the Shoreline Conference. The league does not sponsor football competition in the fall, although many of its members do play football in the football-only Pequot Conference. The Shorline Conference sponsors 18 sports in total competition and earned six CIAC State Championships this past academic year.

Last hurrah for field hockey today: Junior Select and Senior Select All-Star games at Cheshire High

(Peter Hvizdak - New Haven Register) Erin Mammele of Hand battles for the ball.

The 2014 Connecticut high school field hockey season has one last hurrah today as the annual CHSCA Junior Select and Senior Select All-Star games will be held at Cheshire High. The Junior Select All-Star game will be held at 5 p.m. followed by the Senior Select All-Star game at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 for […]

Girls soccer: Final 2014 state coaches polls

Final Class LL-L First-place votes in parenthesis Team                                     Points 1. Glastonbury (7)              79 2. Fairfield Warde              68 3. Immaculate (1)              66 4. Avon                                  57 5. Simsbury                         43 6. St. Joseph                        39 7. Ridgefield                        25 8. Guilford                           18 9. Mercy                               15 10. Staples                            9 Others […]

Baseball: H-K’s Moskey lands at Quinnipiac

Derek Turner — GameTimeCT.com
Haddam-Killingworth senior Brian Moskey is surrounded by family, friends and coaches as he signs a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Quinnipiac University in Hamden. Brian’s family, center from left, include sister Kellie, parents Frank and Cindy Moskey, and grandparents Frank Sr. and Lorraine Moskey. Also pictured are H-K coach Mark Brookes and his wife, Rae, and H-K athletic director Lynne Flint.

          HIGGANUM>> Brian Moskey, a standout pitcher and infielder at Haddam-Killingworth, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Quinnipiac University in Hamden. With family and friends gathered around, Moskey put pen to paper last week and made his decision official. “When I went there for the first time […]

Girls soccer: Portland defied the odds

The Portland girls soccer team captured its second straight Class S title on Saturday. Pictured, from left, are Emilie Hernandez, Brooke Marconi, Carli Sienkewicz, Alina Pantano, and Kayla Hardesty. Photo by Jimmy Zanor - Middletown Press

The odds of winning a state championship as a No. 29 seed are stacked higher than Portland’s Arrigoni Bridge. You need to have the soccer gods on your side. And sometimes even that’s not enough. Your chances, however, become a little better when you’ve got a team who believes that the regular season is one […]

Boys basketball: Sacred Heart to remain in Class S division for 2014-15

Sacred Heart's boys basketball players celebrate their Class S championship last March. The Hearts will be back to defend their title.
 (Mara Lavitt - Register

Preseason boys basketball doesn’t begin until Dec. 1, but we can still get you in hoop mode now that the fall season has come to a close – other than football. Monday (Nov. 17) was the last day teams can petition to “play up.” Teams can petition to play up in Class LL only. One […]

Class S girls soccer: Portland edges Housatonic Regional in OT thriller to win title

Housatonic Regional sophomore Lauren Segalla (13) and Portland junior AnnaRose Zampano battle for the ball in Saturday's Class S state championship game. (Jimmy Zanor - Middletown Press)

WATERBURY >> The Portland girls soccer team’s days of sharing the Class S championship trophy are over. Highlanders sophomore forward Mikayla Stefanski scored the winning goal during a mad scramble after a Kayla Hardesty corner kick in the 105th minute and No. 29 Portland capped an amazing state tournament run with a thrilling 2-1 double-overtime […]

CIAC Class M Field Hockey: Omdahl, Pavano lead Hand to title over Wilton

Hand's field hockey team celebrates its Class M state championship, 2-1 over Wilton in Wethersfield Saturday (Photo Peter Paguaga)

WETHERSFIELD >> Hand field hockey coach Sue Leckey’s four previous trips to the Class M state championship game weren’t much fun. The Tigers went 0-4. On Saturday against Wilton at Wethersfield High, Leckey finally had some fun — and enjoyed the added benefit of sharing that good time with her daughter, Hannah, a senior defender […]

Class S Girls Volleyball Final: H-K sweeps past Seymour for crown

Haddam-Killingworth coach Rich Langer poses with his players after a 3-0 victory in the Class S championship Saturday in Glastonbury. Langer coached his final game of his 40 season career.

GLASTONBURY >> Prior to the year, Haddam-Killingworth coach Rich Langer said this would be his last. He’s coached 40 years of volleyball at H-K and is the only coach the program has ever had. But he did have second thoughts on leaving. “As I’ve said for 36 of those 40 years, there’s always going to […]

Class S Boys Soccer: East Hampton and Somers play to scoreless draw, named co-champions

Somers poses with the Class S trophy after tying with East Hampton on Saturday in New Britain. Derek Turner-GameTimeCT

Eighty minutes was not enough for these two teams and neither was the additional 30 in overtime to try and get a decisive winner. The result was a 0-0 tie between Somers and East Hampton in the Class S boys soccer championship game at Veterans Memorial Stadium in New Britain. For East Hampton it was enough […]

Class M Field Hockey Final: Hand faces tough Wilton challenge on emotional day for Leckeys

(Register file photo) Hand field hockey coach Sue Leckey (left) and daughter Hannah Leckey, a defender for the Tigers

The Hand field hockey team has a long history and tradition of success, but one goal has always eluded the Tigers. They have never won a state championship. The No. 2-seeded Tigers will have a daunting task in trying to dethrone three-time defending champion and No. 1 seed Wilton today at Wethersfield High at 2:30 […]

CIAC Field Hockey: State championship Game Day capsules

(Peter Hvizdak - New Haven Register) Erin Mammele of Hand battles for the ball.

CIAC FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP GAMEDAY CLASS S No. 1 LEWIS MILLS vs. No. 3 GRANBY • When: Today, 10 a.m. • Where: Wethersfield High • Records: Lewis Mills 18-0; Granby 16-1-0-1 • Internet: NFHSNetwork.com • Championship game appearances: Granby makes its 20th championship appearances with 13 titles (Class M and S combined). The last title came in 2011 with a 1-0 double-overtime win over Lauralton […]

Girls soccer: State championship gameday capsules

Photo by Pete Paguaga
Hailey Davis takes possession during Immaculate's semifinal-round win against Wethersfield.

CLASS LL No. 1 GLASTONBURY (21-1) vs. No. 6 FAIRFIELD WARDE (17-3-3) When: Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Where: West Haven High Internet: NFHSNetwork.com Championship game appearances: Glastonbury is 1-7 in the final, only winning in 2011. Fairfield Warde is making its second appearance. The Mustangs beat Farmington in the 2007 Class L final. What to look […]

Boys soccer: State championship gameday capsules

(Catherine Avalone - New Haven Register)
Aaron Radulski is about to kick away for Branford against Notre Dame-West Haven earlier in the tournament. The Hornets face Avon for the Class L state championship on Saturday.

CLASS LL No. 4 FARMINGTON (17-3-1) vs. No. 15 GLASTONBURY (14-5-2) When: Saturday, 10 a.m. Where: Willowbrook Park, New Britain Internet: NFHSNetwork.com Championship game appearances: Farmington is 11-5. Glastonbury is 6-5-1, earning a co-championship with Ridgefield last season. What to look for: Farmington moved up to Class LL after winning the previous two Class L […]

CIAC Class L girls swimming: Darien wins 4th straight title; Boyer, Smalec lead Cheshire to 3rd

Darien's swim team celebrates its fourth-straight Class L title (Photo Catherine Avalone)

NEW HAVEN >> While many Cheshire swimmers were improving their times at the Class L state championship meet on Wednesday at Southern Connecticut State, it was Cheshire freshman sensation Liz Boyer who provided the most impressive finish. Boyer earned the Rams’ lone win of the night in the 100-yard breaststroke with a meet-record 1 minute, […]

Class S Girls Volleyball: Seymour sweeps Morgan, headed to final

(Photo by Peter Hvizdak/Register)
Jesica Litwa of Seymour, right,  celebrates with teammates after Seymour defeated Morgan during the CIAC Class S girls volleyball tournament semifinals at East Haven High School Wednesday evening.

EAST HAVEN >> Following season after season of falling short in the state tournament, Seymour coach Cathy Federowicz bounced around the idea of leaving Class S. “I had talked about moving up a class because we also ways ran into Morgan and Coventry and Haddam-Killingworth,” she said. “We made the decision not to, because we […]

Class S Girls Volleyball: Haddam-Killingworth prevails, to face Seymour in final

(Peter Hvizdak - New Haven Register)
The Haddam-Killingworth girls volleyball team celebrates their win over Coginchaug during the CIAC Class S girls volleyball semifinals  at East Haven High School.

EAST HAVEN >> Coach Richard Langer’s last season couldn’t be going any better. In his 40th and final season coaching Haddam-Killingworth girls volleyball, his Cougars stopped Morgan’s run of 22 straight Shoreline Conference titles and on Wednesday, the top-seeded Cougars clinched a berth in the Class S championship with a 3-0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-23) victory […]