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  • 1. 2013 CIAC GIRLS BASKETBALLTOURNAMENT
  • 2. 1. Mercy Bye 1. Mercy Class LL 2. Lauralton Hall 2. Lauralton Hall Bye16. SH Academy 15. Amity 17. Newtown 18. E. Hartford 8. Westhill 7. Danbury 25. E. Catholic 26. Shelton 9. E.O. Smith 10. Stamford 24. Greenwich 23. W. Haven State championship4. Glastonbury game 3. Trumbull 3. Trumbull29. Fair. Warde Bye13. Nor. Fr. Acd. 14. Ridgefield 20. Naugatuck 19. Fair. Lud. 5. S. Windsor 6. Career 28. St. Joseph 27. New Milford12. Southington 11. Darien21. Newington 22. Cheshire First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
  • 3. Class LL rankings, records1. Mercy 19-1 16. Sacred Heart Academy 13-72. Lauralton Hall 18-1 17. Newtown 13-73. Trumbull 18-2 18. East Hartford 13-74. Glastonbury 18-2 19. Fairfield Ludlowe 11-95. South Windsor 18-2 20. Naugatuck 10-106. Career Magnet 17-3 21. Newington 10-107. Danbury 17-3 22. Cheshire 9-118. Westhill 17-3 23. West Haven 9-119. E.O. Smith 17-3 24. Greenwich 9-1110. Stamford 16-4 25. East Catholic 9-1111. Darien 15-5 26. Shelton 8-1212. Southington 15-5 27. New Milford 8-1213. Norwich Free Academy 14-5 28. St. Joseph 8-1214. Ridgefield 14-6 29. Fairfield Warde 8-1215. Amity 13-7 First round: Feb. 26 Semifinals: March 11 Dates: Second round: March 1 Final: March 15 or 16 Quarterfinals: March 7
  • 4. Class LL: AnalysisWith just two areateams, both of which haveto start on the road(Naugatuck in Norwich;Cheshire in Darien) thisclass is the least populatedfor area fans.Top seed Mercy will try toget back to thechampionship game, wherethe Tigers have lost forthree straight years, andrewrite the ending this time.
  • 5. 1. Bacon Acd. Bye Bacon Acd. Class L Pomperaug 2. Pomperaug Bye16. Holy Cross 15. Hand17. Brookfield 18. Kennedy 8. Ledyard 7. Avon 25. Masuk 26. Brist. Cent. 9. Torrington 10. Farmington 24. Crosby 23. Middletown State championship 4. Watertown game 3. Berlin Berlin29. Wood. Acd. Bye13. NW Catholic 14. Brist. East.20. Joel Barlow 19. Guilford 5. Wilton 6. RHAM 28. Branford 27. N. Haven 12. Tolland 11. E.Lyme21. Lyman Hall 22. Foran First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
  • 6. Class L rankings, records1. Bacon Academy 19-1 17. Brookfield 13-72. Pomperaug 19-1 18. Kennedy 13-73. Berlin 19-1 19. Guilford 13-74. Watertown 19-1 20. Joel Barlow 13-75. Wilton 18-2 21. Lyman Hall 12-86. RHAM 18-2 22. Foran 12-87. Avon 18-2 23. Middletown 11-98. Ledyard 17-3 24. Crosby 10-109. Torrington 16-4 25. Masuk 10-1010. Farmington 16-4 26. Bristol Central 10-1011. East Lyme 15-4 27. North Haven 8-1212. Tolland 15-5 28. Branford 8-1213. Northwest Catholic 14-6 29. Woodstock Academy 8-1214. Bristol Eastern 14-615. Daniel Hand 13-716. Holy Cross 13-7 First round: Feb. 25 Semifinals: March 8 Dates: Second round: Feb. 28 Final: March 15 or 16 Quarterfinals: March 4
  • 7. Class L: Analysis Pomperaug, a state semifinalist last year, is seeded second, but coming off astinging loss to Notre Dame-Fairfield in the SWC semifinals. The Panthers are part of a loaded bracket led by defending champion and topseed Bacon Academy, which was upset by Class LL Norwich Free Academy inthe ECC championship game, but will be a tough out. There are so many good teams in this field that NVL champion Torrington isseeded ninth. The Raiders open with a familiar foe, Crosby. A win there matchesthem against a tough Ledyard team that took Bacon to overtime in the ECCquarters. After that, Torrington would get a taste of Bacon itself. Watertown, seeded No. 4, has a tough draw, too. After opening withWoodstock Academy, the Indians most likely have No. 13 Northwest Catholicwaiting in the next round. No. 5 Wilton, the top regular-season team in theFCIAC, looms in the quarterfinals. Oh, yeah, theres also Class L runner-upTolland in this part of the bracket. The path isnt easy for Pomperaug, either. After a first-round bye, the Pantherssee either Hand, of the tough SCC, or Kennedy in the second round. No. 7 Avon,tops in the NCCC in the regular season, awaits after that, and third seed Berlin,ranked No. 8 in the state and the best regular-season team in the CCC, tops thelower half of the bracket.
  • 8. 1. Cromwell Class M 2. ND Fairfield 32. Classical 31. N. Branford 16. Rocky Hill 15. Coginchaug17. Stonington 18. Bull.-Havens 8. Plainfield 7. Montville 25. Woodland 26. Plainville 9. Kolbe 10. Trinity Cath. 24. Wolcott 23. E. Haven State championship 4. Nonnewaug game 3. Hadd.-Kill.29. Sacred Heart 30. Suffield 13. Ellington 14. Northwestrn 20. Sheehan 19. Immaculate 5. Granby 6. Lewis Mills28. Kaynor Tech 27. New London 12. Weaver 11. Ansonia 21. St. Paul 22. Prince Tech First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
  • 9. Class M rankings, records1. Cromwell 20-0 18. Bullard Havens 12-82. Notre Dame-Fairfield 17-3 19. Immaculate 11-83. Haddam-Killingworth 16-4 20. Sheehan 11-94. Nonnewaug 16-4 21. St. Paul Catholic 11-95. Granby Memorial 15-5 22. Prince Tech 11-96. Lewis Mills 15-5 23. East Haven 10-107. Montville 15-5 24. Wolcott 10-108. Plainfield 15-5 25. Woodland 10-109. Kolbe Cathedral 14-5 26. Plainville 10-1010. Trinity Catholic 14-6 27. New London 10-1011. Ansonia 14-6 28. Kaynor Tech 8-1112. Weaver 14-6 29. Sacred Heart 8-1213. Ellington 14-6 30. Suffield 8-1214. Northwestern 14-6 31. North Branford 8-1215. Coginchaug 13-7 32. Classical 8-1216. Rocky Hill 13-717. Stonington 13-7 First round: Feb. 26 Quarterfinals: March 7 Final: March 15 or 16 Second round: March 1 Semifinals: March 11
  • 10. Class M: Analysis There are coaches in the Berkshire League who think their conference issuperior this year to the Naugatuck Valley League. One first-round matchupand one likely second-round matchup ought to provide some clues as towhether theyre right. No. 4 Nonnewaug hosts No. 29 Sacred Heart on Tuesday night. The Chiefsenter the game off a lackluster outing against Lewis Mills in the BLtournament, but they already own the scalp of one NVL team, havingdominated St. Paul in a nonleague regular season game. Sacred Heart, beset by injuries all season, barely snuck into thetournament, but does have its best player, Dionne Parker, back and shouldnt beoverlooked. Whichever team wins will likely face a red-hot Ellington team, the NCCCtournament champion, in the next round. Meanwhile, No. 6 Lewis Mills, a BL runner-up, and No. 11 Ansonia, anNVL semifinalist, ought to meet in the second round in Burlington, if formholds. It will be an intriguing matchup of the Spartans size inside vs. theChargers athletic guards. Top seed Cromwell is the lone remaining unbeaten team in the state.
  • 11. 1. Capital Prep Capital Prep Class S Cheney Tech 2. Cheney Tech Bye Bye16. Old Saybrk 15. Coventry 17. Parish Hill 18. Canton 8. Wind. Tech 7. Platt Tech25. Housatonic 26. Wind. Locks 9. Putnam 10. E. Windsor 23. Acd Hly Fm.24. Valley Reg. State championship 4. Morgan game 3. Thomaston Morgan Thomaston Bye Bye13. O’Brien Tech 14. Lyman Mem. 20. University 19. Terryville 5. Bolton 6. Somers Bolton Bye 27. Litchfield12. St. Bernard 11. Good. Tech21. E. Hampton 22. Hyde First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
  • 12. Class S rankings, records1. Capital Prep 18-2 16. Old Saybrook 11-92. Cheney Tech 18-2 17. Parish Hill 10-103. Thomaston 18-2 18. Canton 10-104. Morgan 16-4 19. Terryville 10-105. Bolton 16-4 20. University 10-106. Somers 15-5 21. East Hampton 10-107. Platt Tech 15-5 22. Hyde Leadership 10-108. Windham Tech 15-5 23. Acad. of the Holy Family 10-109. Putnam 15-5 24. Valley Regional 9-1110. East Windsor 13-7 25. Housatonic Regional 9-1111. Goodwin Tech 13-7 26. Windsor Locks 9-1112. St. Bernard 12-8 27. Litchfield 9-1113. OBrien Tech 12-814. Lyman Memorial 12-815. Coventry 11-9 First round: Feb. 25 Semifinals: March 8 Dates: Second round: Feb. 28 Final: March 15 or 16 Quarterfinals: March 4
  • 13. Class S: Analysis Its a good to be the Thomaston girls basketball team.The Golden Bears are Berkshire League champions for thethird time in four years, laid waste to everyone at the BLtournament and are among the top seeds in the Class S statetournament that opens tonight. Best of all: As Thomaston scans its bracket, there are noShoreline Conference teams standing in the way of thestate championship game at Mohegan Sun Arena. Shorelineteams, after all, have long been the Bears bugaboo. Worst of all: If the Bears do make it to the Sun, they willmost likely run into Capital Prep, the No. 1-ranked team inthe state, and dominating center Kiah Gillespie. CapitalPrep, the No. 1 seed in Class S, obliterated No. 2 seedCheney Tech, 81-38, while winning the CSC for the sixthstraight year. Gillespie had 25 points and 16 rebounds. Of course, No. 3 Thomaston, which gets a first-roundbye, has some challenges before it can worry about CapitalPrep, the biggest one being No. 6 Somers of the alwaystough NCCC in the quarterfinals.