A year removed from winning its first CCC tournament title, Weaver is the top seed in the 2015 tournament.
The Beavers finished the regular season with a 16-2 conference record tied with Middletown, Hartford Public and Newington.
The tie-breaker is divisional record in crossover games and since the CCC North was the strongest, Weaver gets the No. 1 seed.
Middletown, who lost to Weaver in the first round a year ago is second, Newington is third and Hartford Public fourth. Maloney made the finals a year ago and is the fifth seed this year.
Simsbury, Bloomfield and East Catholic, the 2014 Class M state champions, round out the top eight seeds.
South Windsor has qualified for its first CCC tournament since at least the 2007 season and is the 14th seed. New Britain, the top seed from a year ago slides in at 15 and the 2014 Class L state champions, Windsor is the 14th seed.
Six CCC North teams have qualified for the conference tournament, the most of any of the four divisions.
Thursday, Feb. 26 at Higher Seeds, 7 p.m. unless noted
No. 1 Weaver 63, No. 16 Bristol Eastern 39
No. 2 Middletown 66, No. 15 New Britain 59
No. 14 Windsor 65, No. 3 Newington 59
No. 13 South Windsor 55, No. 4 Hartford Public 53
No. 5 Maloney 70, No. 12 Wethersfield 63
No. 11 Glastonbury 65, No. 6 Simsbury 47
No. 7 Bloomfield 65, No. 10 East Hartford 58
No. 8 East Catholic 68, No. 9 Bristol Central 58
Saturday, Feb. 28 at Bulkeley High School
Wednesday, March 4 at Bulkeley High School
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Thursday, March 5 at Bulkeley High School, 7 p.m.
No. 1 Weaver 83, No. 14 Windsor 66
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