Just like the GameTimeCT.com poll, The Day’s Coaches poll saw some shakeup as well, particularly at No. 1 where Ansonia moved back ahead of New Canaan.
The two teams had been tied the week before. New Canaan lost a No. 1 vote despite its 66-20 rout of Greenwich.
Other movement included St. Joseph grabbing a No. 1 vote and moving ahead of Norwich Free Academy, which retained two No. 1 votes.
Shelton dropped out this week in favor of Newtown for the No. 9 spot, tied with Windsor.
Also receiving votes: Tie, Masuk-Monroe (3-0) and Shelton (3-0), 132 points; Xavier-Middletown (2-1), 111; West Haven (2-1), 102; Ledyard (3-0), 73; Staples-Westport (2-1), 49; Fairfield Prep (2-1), 48; Naugatuck (3-0), 47; Capital/Classical/Achievement-Hartford (3-0), 35; Farmington (3-0), 34; Platt-Meriden (3-0), 27; Glastonbury (2-1), 21; Tie, Valley Regional/Old Lyme (2-0) and Woodland-Beacon Falls (3-0), 16; Barlow-Redding (3-0), 14; Rocky Hill (3-0), 10; Tie, Hand-Madison (2-1) and Notre Dame-West Haven (1-2), 7.
The following coaches voted: Tom Brockett, Ansonia; Jim Buonocore, Ledyard; Craig Bruno, Naugatuck; Scott Daniels, Glastonbury; Joe DellaVecchia, St. Joseph-Trumbull; Steve Filippone, Hand-Madison; Rob Fleeting, Windsor; Steve George, Newtown; Tanner Grove, Montville; Tim King, Valley Regional/Old Lyme; Sean Marinan, Xavier-Middletown; John Murphy, New Milford; Marce Petroccio, Staples-Westport.