The CIAC tournament pairings will not be released until Friday morning, but we can take a look and see what the brackets will look like.
FCIAC teams may be all over the field in LL, but not among the top four seeds. Those belong to Glastonbury, Suffield, Southington and Shelton, which will all be at home through the quarterfinals if seeding holds to form. FCIAC teams Staples, St. Joseph and Ridgefield are seeded No. 5 through 7, respectively.
Amity is the No. 9 seed and would travel to Newtown for a second-round game if seeding holds to form.
As of Sunday night, only 24 teams have qualified in Class L, which would mean the top eight teams would receive byes into the second round. Mercy is the top seed, followed by Watertown and Woodstock Academy.
Lewis Mills is currently the top seed in Class M with two games left. A loss or tie and Granby moves up to the top spot. Plainfield and Platt Tech are seeded third and fourth, respectively, followed by Morgan at No. 5.
If East Catholic wins on Monday, it could become the 31st team to qualify, only leaving the top seed with an opening-round bye.
A rematch from the regular season could exist in Monday’s opening round when No. 21 Law visits No. 12 North Branford. The teams played to a scoreless tie back in September.
Only 21 teams have qualified in Class S as of Sunday night, which means the top 11 teams would receive first-round byes. Housatonic Regional is currently the top seed, but the most dangerous team in the field sits at No. 4: Immaculate.
Old Lyme, the defending champion, will host an opening-round game.