The Week 10 Day of New London Coaches Poll: Middletown out, North Haven in

Like today’s GameTimeCT/Register poll, The Day’s coaches also ousted Middletown from its top 10.

Meanwhile, North Haven (8-1) moved up into the no. 10 spot.

New Canaan (9-0) remained No. 1 and picked up three first-place votes. Ansonia (9-0) remained No. 2.

West Haven (8-1) wrested itself from a tie with Newtown to claim the No. 3 spot vacated by Middletown. Newtown (10-0) chimed in at No. 4. Glastonbury is No. 5.

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Dropped out: Middletown (3).
 
Also receiving votes: Southington (7-1), 120 points; Darien (8-1), 117; Middletown (8-1), 93; Capital/Classical/Achievement-Hartford (9-0), 82; Barlow-Redding (8-1), 80; Hall-West Hartford (7-1), 75; Fairfield Prep (7-2), 66; Valley Regional/Old Lyme (8-0), 46; Farmington (8-1), 42; Staples-Westport (7-2), 31; Hand-Madison (6-3), 28; Ledyard (7-2), 26; Naugatuck (8-1), 23; Shelton (6-3), 18; Woodland-Beacon Falls (8-1), 8.
 
The following coaches voted: Tom Brockett, Ansonia; Jim Buonocore, Ledyard; Craig Bruno, Naugatuck; Scott Daniels, Glastonbury; Joe DellaVecchia, St. Joseph; Steve Filippone, Hand; Rob Fleeting, Windsor; Steve George, Newtown; Tanner Grove, Montville; Tim King, Valley Regional/Old Lyme; Sean Marinan, Xavier; John Murphy, New Milford; Marce Petroccio, Staples.

Comments

  1. Pat McGroin says

    Great question, and obviously if McMahon had won, would they have gotten into the Top 10? All relative questions really, is NC #1 w/out Casione? And does Middletown deserve to drop from 3 or 4 to out?

    Again, all relative, I think as time goes on, we’ll know more.

    • ACL says

      I agree that dropping Middletown out from #3 is a bit harsh when you consider they lost on a field goal on the last play of the game, on the road, against a hot New London squad playing their first home game in almost a month. Middletown was due for a letdown, especially after the Farmington game.

      I also agree that its all relative.

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