The Seymour softball team received championship rings for winning the Class M state title this past spring in a ceremony held at halftime of the school’s football game on Thursday.
The Wildcats defeated East Haven 2-0 in the Class M state championship game on June 14. It was the ninth state title for Seymour and first since 2009. The Wildcats finished the season at 26-1, and won the last 24 games they played after losing to Torrington on April 11. During the winning streak, Seymour avenged the loss to Torrington by defeating the Red Raiders for the NVL tournament championship.
The Wildcats finished second in the final Register Top 10 Poll.
Peter Klarides, of Seymour, made a contribution towards the rings to help defray costs.