New London remains No. 1, while Career, Middletown and Holy Cross enter.
|1. NEW LONDON
Bottom Line: The Whalers visit Norwich Free Academy (Tuesday), host Fitch on Thursday and then travel to New Haven for a bout with No. 7 Career.
Bottom Line: The Eagles have road games this week against Greenwich (Tuesday) and St. Joseph (Saturday).
|3. CAPITAL PREP
Bottom Line: The Trailblazers lost for the fourth time this season to an out-of-state opponent when they were defeated by Franklin (N.J.) 76-58.
Bottom Line: The Tigers have won eight straight games since losing to No. 2 Trumbull on Dec. 23. Ridgefield travels to No. 7 Career on Thursday and to NFA on Saturday.
Bottom Line: The Eagles saw their unbeaten season come to an end with a 67-62 loss to E.O. Smith. Enfield had won the earlier meeting this season between the teams.
Bottom Line: The Tigers defeated No. 9 Mercy but lost to No. 7 Career last week.
Bottom Line: The Panthers have lost only to No. 6 Hand and No. 9 Mercy.
Bottom line: The Blue Dragons have won four in a row since losing to Glastonbury on Jan. 14.
Bottom Line: The Tigers host Guilford (12-4) Monday.
|10. HOLY CROSS
Bottom Line: The Crusaders get back to action with a home game against Woodland Monday. Holy Cross has not played since Jan. 20.
Dropped out: East Haven (7), New Fairfield (8), Notre Dame-Fairfield (10).
First-place votes in parentheses and points tabulated on a 30-28-26-24-22-20-18-16-14-12-11-10-9-8-7 basis.
Others receiving votes
East Haven (13-2), 145; Conard (13-1), 140; Notre Dame-Fairfield (12-2), 138; New Fairfield (12-2), 127; Glastonbury (12-2), 102; Bethel (13-2), 58; Norwich Free Academy (11-4), 50; Stamford (10-4), 36; Canton (12-2) and Norwalk (10-3), 26; Hall (12-3) and Hamden (11-3), 19; E.O. Smith (9-5), 17; Suffield (12-1), 8; Bacon Academy (10-5) and RHAM (9-4), 7.
The following voted
Marc Allard, Norwich Bulletin; David Danko, Fairfield Warde; Eric DeMarco, Notre Dame-Fairfield; Vickie Fulkerson, The Day of New London; Tim Jensen, Patch; Ken Lipshez, Meriden Record-Journal; Mike Madera, New Haven Register; Dave Phillips, Shoreline Newspapers; Mike Pucci, New Haven Register; Lori Riley, Hartford Courant; Mike Suppe, HAN Network; Derek Turner, GameTimeCT; Rick Wilson, Waterbury Republican-American; Richard Zalusky, Willimantic Chronicle; Jimmy Zanor, Middletown Press.