Monthly Archive for February, 2010

: February, 2010

Friday’s league playoffs, wrestling state open postponed

The entire Friday high school schedule has been wiped out due to the winter storm. The CIAC wrestling state open at the New Haven Athletic center will now begin on Saturday at noon, with a 9:30 a.m.

SWC boy’s quarterfinal breakdown

Get out your fishing poles and start up the boat because four SWC teams will be going fishing by the end of Saturday night. Here is who I think it will be.  No. 8 Notre Dame-Fairfield vs. No.

FCIAC boy’s quarterfinal breakdown

Well, its playoff time once again. Let’s look at who has the best chance to walk away from the quarters with a W and who will be going fishing. No. 8 Ridgefield vs. No. 1 Central All about Central:

SCC Quarterfinals set

The SCC boys basketball quarterfinals are now set. It had a bit more intrigue than the girls tournament a week ago, with No. 10 Lyman Hall taking down No. 7 Law and No. 9 Hamden derailing an

Boys Basketball: League Tournament Brackets

It’s time for the second season. The boys basketball brackets have been finalized with the end of the 2009-10 regular season. Click on the windows below to get the visual picture of the big three

Girls basketball tournament pairings released

The CIAC  has released the pairings for the 2010 girls basketball tournament. It’s stacked in Class L and LL. Not so much in Class M or S. Class LL — Top Seeds: No. 1 Lauralton Hall, No. 2 St.

FCIAC boys basketball playoff picture as of Feb. 22

Here’s an updated look at the FCIAC playoff picture. The favorite is Central but, don’t sleep on St. Joseph. Curious to see if Harding can get it together. Not sure how far Bassick can go, but they

2010 SCC Boys Basketball tournament pairings

Direct from the home office of the Southern Connecticut Conference (which is probably the den at Al Carbone’s home), the SCC boys basketball tournament pairings. Hillhouse, Sheehan and North Haven are

Boy’s basketball top 10

As we head into the last week of the season, here is a look at the top 10 teams in the CSWA poll. Central and Stratford still hold steady at 1 and 2. Also St. Joseph is in the 7 spot. It would be nice

John Svatik named Stratford football coach

We can now confirm that John Svatik, a former coach at Notre Dame-Fairfield who has spent over 20 years coaching for several regional colleges, including a long tenure at the University of New Haven