Unbeaten Fitch is the No. 1 team for the second straight week.
Last week: Defeated Bacon Academy 26-3.
Bottom line: The Falcons and NFA were tied at 1 after five innings before rain forced the game to be halted last Friday. The teams will resume from that point beginning at 4 p.m. on Thursday.
Last week: Def. Woodland 6-2 and Ansonia 16-0.
Bottom line: The Wildcats have four games this week, including at St. Paul (8-2) on Tuesday.
Last week: Def. Shelton 16-0 and Sheehan 3-0.
Bottom line: The Rams have four big road games this week at Mercy (Monday), Amity (Wednesday), East Haven (Thursday) and Sacred Heart Academy (Friday).
Last week: Def. Glastonbury 8-0.
Bottom line: The Blue Knights host unbeaten Rocky Hill on Tuesday.
|5. ST. JOSEPH
Last week: Def. Ridgefield 11-0.
Bottom line: The Cadets play five times this week, including at Fairfield Warde (Wednesday) and at Westhill (Saturday).
|6. NORTH BRANFORD
Last week: Def. Morgan 11-4 and Cromwell 9-1.
Bottom line: The Thunderbirds host Sheehan out of the SCC on Thursday.
|7. EAST HAVEN
Last week: Def. Wilbur Cross 16-0 and Branford 21-5.
Bottom line: The Easties have won four in a row since losing to Hand on April 22. East Haven travels to Hand Monday for the rematch.
Last week: Def. Lyman Hall 8-1 and lost to Lauralton Hall 1-0.
Bottom line: The Spartans have not scored in two of their three losses.
|9. LAURALTON HALL
Last week: Def. Hamden 18-1, Amity 1-0 and North Haven 13-2.
Bottom line: The Crusaders have won seven straight games.
|10. ROCKY HILL
Last week: Def. Middletown 18-9 and Platt 7-1.
Bottom line: The Terriers host 9-4 Berlin Monday night at 6:30 at Elm Ridge Par
Dropped out: Foran (9).
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
Foran (12-1), 152; Maloney (10-1), 113; Norwich Free Academy (11-2), 109; Masuk (12-1), 105; Holy Cross (12-2), 92; Westhill (10-2), 45; Bristol Central (10-3), 40; Conard (10-2), 36; Notre Dame-Fairfield (12-1), 25; Thomaston (11-2), 23; Torrington (8-4), 9; Hand (8-5), 8; East Granby (10-2), Haddam-Killingworth (9-2) and Mercy (8-5), 7.
The following voted
Amanda Acampora, Lauralton Hall; Marc Allard, Norwich Bulletin; Scott Aresco, Maloney; Doug Bonjour, Connecticut Post; Tony Calcagni, Coginchaug; George DeMaio, WELI; Vickie Fulkerson, The Day of New London; Mike Madera, Elm City Newspapers; Ken Pereiras, Seymour; Mike Pucci, New Haven Register; Lori Riley, Hartford Courant; Mike Suppe, The HAN Network; Peter Vander Veer, The HAN Network; Peter Wallace, Register Citizen; Jimmy Zanor, Middletown Press.