The contents of the poll remain much the same with the exception of Coventry re-entering for the first time in four weeks.
Farmington completed its third undefeated season in four years to finish the regular season as the No. 1 team and is the top seed in the CCC tournament. RHAM is No. 2 and Greenwich No. 3.
Amity, the top seed in the SCC tournament is back to No. 4 after spending a week two spots lower.
Stamford, who entered the poll last week for the first time, is up three spots to No. 5 knocking Lyman Memorial down to seventh.
Haddam-Killingworth dropped the most, from fourth to eighth in a tie with Coventry.
Brien McMahon is still receiving a first-place vote at 10th and Torrington, who is 19-1, also has a first-place vote.
Dropped out: Glastonbury (9).
Others receiving votes: Southington (15-3) 102; Joel Barlow (17-3) 44; Glastonbury (15-4) 40; Torrington (19-1) [1 first place vote] 36; Hale-Ray (17-3) 28.
Coaches voting: Adam Bottone, Woodstock Academy; Bob Tarigo, Berlin; Chuck Drda, Lewis Mills; Craig Brown, East Haven; Craig Pucci, Trinity Catholic; Curt Burns, Avon; Dan Vogt, Killingly; Jack Biggs, East Lyme; Jen DeLorenzo, Plainville; Jonathan Heller, Career Magnet; Kevin Wesche, Naugatuck; Kevin Savejs, Maloney; Laura Arena, Farmington; Lidania Cibere, Ridgefield; Marianna Capomolla, Westhill; Marty Gomez, Lyman Memorial; Matt Warner, Glastonbury; Matt Narwold, Fairfield Warde; Michael Stango, Kennedy; Michelle Abraham, New Britain; Mike Smeriglio, Stamford; Peter Georgiou, Brien McMahon; Peter Maneggia Jr., Montville; Richard Heitz, Southington; Ryan Giberson, Coventry; Seth Davis, Amity; Steve Brienza, Wilton; Steve Lapham, Greenwich; Steve Banks, Fitch; Tamara DeBerry, Trumbull; Tim Guernsey, RHAM; Troy Walcott, Bloomfield.
Compiled by Tim Guernsey, RHAM.