Thanks to a quiet week – and even more weather – with few tests for the state’s top squads, the top 10 of the GameTimeCT/Register poll remained largely unchanged. Masuk once again claimed 14 of 16 first-place votes to continue its streak as the top team in the state. It’s 35 wins and counting for […]
For the third-consecutive week, we have a new No. 1. Fairfield Prep led off the preseason poll No. 1. Last week, blazing hot Ridgefield claimed the mantle. This week’s new No. 1 is undefeated Ledyard. The Colonels have been on everybody’s radar since the preseason. They debuted at No. 7 and jumped to No. 3 […]
Masuk’s win streak is now at 32 games with a 3-0 week and syphoned off a pair of first-place votes in the process to strengthen their grip on the top spot in the GameTimeCT Top 10 softball poll for April 14. The Panthers’ next-door FCIAC neighbors remained within striking distance. Trumbull (5-0) stayed at No. […]
One week into the season and there was considerable shuffling inside and out of the GameTimeCT/Register Top 10 Poll. Masuk retains its position atop the standings behind a pair of steamrolling wins over FCIAC opposition, collecting 12 of 16 first-place votes. FCIAC rivals Trumbull and St. Joseph swap places after the Cadets were pushed to […]
It almost doesn’t seem fair that Masuk’s defending Class L champions have most of their talent back, save for catcher Erica Pullen and shortstop Alexa Bacoulis. The dynamic duo of Sam Schiebe and Madison Procyk in the circle, plus a strong lineup has convinced enough voters to make Masuk the No. 1 team in the […]
The high school boys swimming season concludes Thursday with the CIAC State Open Championships. Here’s a look at the much-anticipated final competition of the season.
WHERE: Robert Kiphuth Memorial Exhibiti…
NEW HAVEN — Entering Monday’s Class LL Swimming Championships, Greenwich knew it needed to not only win the meet in order to also contend for the State Open title, it had to do so in convincing fashion.
The Fairfield co-op girls skiing team continued to rule the slopes at the CISL State Open Championships.
Fairfield won the Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League Stateo Open title for the seventh straight s…
The CCC North and South Boys Hockey Tournaments will begin with semifinals Thursday, Feb. 28 at the home rinks of the higher seeds, unless noted, and conclude with championships on Saturday, March 2 at Trinity College. In the CCC South, No. 4 Hall/Southington will face No. 1-seed WMRP in the semifinals at Newington Arena at […]
MILFORD — In an afternoon full of numbers, the numeral that meant the most to the Greenwich High School girls gymnastics team was four.
As in the Cardinals earned their fourth consecutive Class L championsh…
STATE GYMNASTICS CAPSULES
CLASS M CHAMPIONSHIP
When: Saturday, February 23, 9 a.m.
Where: Jonathan Law HS, Milford
The 2019 Central Connecticut Conference boys basketball tournament will tip off Thursday, Feb. 21 at the sites of the higher seeds, and continue with quarterfinals at Saturday, Feb. 23 at Bulkeley. BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT HUB The semifinals will be Feb. 26 and championshiship on Feb. 28, both at Bulkeley. East Catholic (20-0) is the top […]
For the 19th time in the past 23 years, the Danbury Hatters have been crowned the kings of Class LL wrestling.
Danbury, the state’s top-ranked team, survived a strong challenge from the Trumbull Eagles and …
Kacy Adams, Notre Dame-Fairfield: Made 45 saves in Fairfield Prep’s 3-1 win.
Noah Behrens-Gould, Hall/Southington: Made 33 saves in a 5-4 win over the East Haven co-op.
SOUTHINGTON — They knew exactly where they were in the state rankings heading into one of the more competitive meets on the calendar.
More importantly the Trumbull wrestling team knew who was ranked above i…
Ryan Antkowiak, SGWL: Scored twice in a 4-3 win over Housatonic.
Kevin Barrett, Notre Dame-Fairfield: Scored in overtime to beat Simsbury 5-4 in a game the Lancers trailed …
The premier in-season high school wrestling tournament nationwide came and went last week, with several Connecticut-based wrestlers making runs deep into the final stages.
Danbury’s Ryan Jack (126) was the last in-state grapple…
Chloe Ashton, Staples: The sophomore impressed in the uneven bars, beam and floor exercise for the Wreckers in the Class L meet.
Emily Baktis, Oxford: The senior shined in vaulting and …
Warde claimed the first big title of the state season by winning the Guilford Invitational, which featured a pool of talented grapplers.
The Mustangs — who also wrestled tough in a 45-24 loss to Danbury this week — got first-pl…
Travis Longo, Trumbull, Sr.: Was Wilton’s first State Open championship in 25 years last winter at 106. Transferred to Trumbull.
Ryan Jack, Danbury, Jr: A two-time All-American who has won the last two State Opens – one at 106 …
Undefeated Class LL champion Greenwich (13-0) was voted the unanimous No. 1 team in the state in The Day of New London’s high school football coaches poll. Hand, the 13-0 Class L champions, took No. 2. Class M champion St. Joseph was No. 3. Class S champion Bloomfield came in at No. 9.
The semifinals are set and will be Sunday, Dec. 2. at sites of the higher seeds. The championship games will be held Saturday, Dec. 8 at sites and times to be determined. Schedule changes noted in red. You can purchase tickets online here. Sign up for the Whistle Newsletter from GameTimeCT and get this and other […]
The 2018 All-Central Connecticut Conference Football Teams. Division I East East Hartford –Jaquan Allen, Jonathan Cruz, Rafael Custodio, Jaydon Gardner, Quinton Haughton, John McNeil, David Ortiz, Raquan Tompkins, Samuel Valentine Enfield –Freddy Centrella, Brendan DeBarber, Andrew Diaz, Cameron LeBlanc, Wyatt Raymond, Joel Stewart Glastonbury –Dylan Clemens, Drew Daniels, Kirill Fioletov, Brandon Myers, Ryan Smith, Matthew […]
Welcome to the fourteenth edition of the GameTimeCT football podcast. Thirty-two teams entered postseason season play on Tuesday and now 16 teams are left as the season heads towards the semifinals this weekend. We saw a handful of good games across the board and a couple of routs. You can check out the full postseason […]
SOUTHINGTON — The angels were with them. The demons were cast out. The Jesuits moved on.
Sam Roberto’s 30-yard touchdown reception, breaking tackles and dragging the pile, with 7:28 remaining proved the difference Tuesday in Fa…
From a distant glance, two teams that might be a bit of a mirror image meet Tuesday in the CIAC Class LL football quarterfinals at Southington’s Fontana Field.
Two storied programs, three championships apiece. Two heralded offenses with a lot …
We’re here. We’re finally here. After a long season filled with all kinds of twists and turns — not to mention bouts with weekly inclement weather that had schools so punchy by Thanksgiving week they were postponing games on account of “cold” (It turned out chilly, but otherwise was a sunny and relatively pleasant Thanksgiving […]
The 2018 CIAC Class LL football quarterfinal preview capsules. Compiled by Pete Paguaga and David Fierro. More quarterfinal previews: CLASS L | CLASS M | CLASS S All games Tuesday, Nov. 27, 6:30 p.m. No. 8 New Canaan at No. 1 Shelton WHERE – at Finn Stadium, Shelton TICKETS – Adults $10, Students/Senior Citizen $5 ON […]
Ansonia beat Naugatuck for the eight-consecutive year and upped its win streak over NVL teams to 85 games in the annual Thanksgiving Day classic between the two programs. New Canaan held on to beat Darien in the annual Turkey Bowl for the second-consecutive year. Greenwich smothered Staples to complete a 10-0 regular season and the […]