*All conference proposals need to be approved by the CIAC. Due to COVID-19, schools and conferences are working together to make schedules more regionalized.
Wolcott Tech sports to play in Berkshire League, football team to in regional pod
Wolcott Tech, a member of the CTC, will play its fall sports in the Berkshire League this fall.
The football co-op team, MCW United, will play in a pod that consists of Northwest Corner teams. The Wildcats will play Gilbert/Northwestern from the Pequot League and Torrington, Wolcott, Watertown and St. Paul from the NVL.
“The CIAC is looking into playing in regions versus playing in leagues,” Wolcott Tech athletic director Raymond Tanguay said. “This possibility will greatly reduce our travel time to games by playing local schools in the North-West corner of the state. ”
Wolcott Tech is located in Torrington.
Abbott Tech will play in SWC
All of Abbott Tech fall sports will play in the SWC this season. Abbott Tech usually plays in the CTC, a group of vocational technical schools spread across the state.
ATI football to play in SWC
The Abbott Tech/Immaculate football team will play in the SWC this season, according to sources. ATI usually competes in the CTC, a group of vocational technical schools spread across the state.
Fairfield Prep to compete in FCIAC, except for football
Fairfield Prep will compete in the FCIAC for all fall sports except for football as the Jesuits will play against teams from the SCC, according to sources. Fairfield Prep is a member of the SCC.
Xavier will play CCC schedule for football only
Xavier will play a football schedule in the Central Connecticut Conference, according to the school. Xavier, located in Middletown, is a member of the SCC, and will play SCC schedules in boys soccer and cross country. (This post has been corrected).
Platt Tech and Whitney Tech to play in SCC
Platt Tech and Whitney Tech will play an SCC schedule for fall sports, according to sources. Platt Tech and Whitney Tech are members of the CTC.
Wright Tech to be absorbed into FCIAC for the fall season
Wright Tech, the technical high school out of Stamford, will compete in the FCIAC West Division in all Fall sports but football.
“In accordance with the CIAC re-alignment and regionalization, Wright Tech will be absorbed in the FCIAC and will play games in the “West” division,” Wright Tech athletic director Robert Kucharski said.
Trumbull, Danbury, Greenwich, Staples, Norwalk, McMahon, Stamford and Westhill all play in the FCIAC West Division.
Wright Tech is a member of the CTC.