Very little change in the State’s Media Poll. Masuk picked up one first-place vote, inching to within four points of No. 1 Xavier. No other rankings changed hands except the No. 10 spot once held down by North Haven is now occupied by Darien.
Few changes with the Day Coaches or the CSWA Polls, too. The rogue 1st-place vote from last week’s Day poll has leaped back to Xavier, giving the Falcons the edge again in first-place votes. Also, Conard makes an appearance at No. 10. A lone first-place vote switched to Masuk in the CSWA poll. Darien makes a No. 10 appearance there.
Your post Week 6 polls:
NHR Media Poll
Others receiving votes: Conard (6-0), 228; West Haven (5-1), 160; Norwich Free Academy (5-0), 151; Greenwich (5-1), 142; Notre Dame-West Haven (4-2), 110; Cromwell (6-0), 106; Pomperaug (5-1), 72; Valley Regional/Old Lyme (5-0), 60; Norwalk (5-1), 49; North Haven (5-1), 38; Northwest Catholic (5-1), 28; Ledyard (4-1), 8; Berlin (5-1), Farmington (6-0) and Hall (5-1), 7.
The following voted: Marc Allard, Norwich Bulletin; Bob Barton, New Haven Register; Sean Patrick Bowley, Connecticut Post; Don Boyle, Sporting News CT; Jim Bransfield, Middletown Press; Bryant Carpenter, Meriden-Record Journal; George DeMaio, WELI; Mike DiMauro, The Day of New London; Matt Doran, MSG Varsity; Kevin Duffy, Danbury News-Times; Tom Evans, Norwalk Hour; Noah Finz, WTNH-8; Ned Griffen, The Day of New London; John Holt, WFSB-3; Mark Jaffee, Waterbury Republican-American; Ken Lipshez, Patch/West Hartford News; Mike Madera, Elm City Newspapers; Joe Morelli, New Haven Register; Dave Phillips, Shore Line Newspapers; Mike Pucci, New Haven Register; Dave Ruden, Stamford Advocate; Mike Suppe, Hersam-Acorn; Tom Yantz, Hartford Courant; Mike Wollschlager, New Haven Register; Jimmy Zanor, Shore Line Newspapers.
The Day Coaches Poll
Also receiving votes: Darien (6-0), 136 points; Notre Dame-West Haven (4-2), 88; Norwich Free Academy (5-0), 84; West Haven (5-1), 56; Greenwich (5-1), 52; Cromwell (6-0), 47; Northwest Catholic-West Hartford (5-1), 38; North Haven (5-1), 36; Glastonbury (5-1), 26; Valley Regional/Old Lyme (6-0), 23; Holy Cross-Waterbury (5-1), 14; Tie, Hall-West Hartford (5-1) and Pomperaug-Southbury (5-1), 8; Cheshire (3-3), 7.
The following coaches voted: Tom Brockett, Ansonia; Jim Buonocore, Ledyard; Craig Bruno, Bunnell-Stratford; Dave Cadelina, Bridgeport Central; Steve Filippone, Hand-Madison; Rob Fleeting, Windsor; Tanner Grove, Montville; Jude Kelly, St. Paul-Bristol; Tim King, Valley Regional-Deep River; Sean Marinan, Xavier-Middletown; John Murphy, Masuk-Monroe; Marce Petroccio, Staples-Westport; Bob Zito, Maloney-Meriden.
CSWA Media Poll
Also Receiving Votes: Conard 6-0 143; West Haven 5-1 73; Norwich Free Academy 5-0 54; Greenwich 5-1 41; Notre Dame-West Haven 4-2 39; Valley Regional/Old Lyme 5-0 34; Northwest Catholic 5-1 20; Cromwell 6-0 17; North Haven 5-1 17; Pomperaug 5-1 13; Farmington 6-0 12; Newtown 5-1 5; Berlin 5-1 4; Fairfield Prep 4-2 4; Norwalk 5-1 4; Coventry/Windham Tech 5-0 2; Hall 5-1 2; Ledyard 4-1 2; Ellington/Somers 6-0 1; Holy Cross 5-1 1
Voters: Brian Barreto (NVL Blog), Bob Barton (CT H.S. Football Record Book), Don Boyle (Sporting News CT), Jim Bransfield (Middletown Press), Kyle Brennan (Waterbury Republican-American), George DeMaio (WELI Radio), Gerry deSimas (Collinsville Publishing Co.), Bill Donovan (WXLM 980 AM), Mark Fijalkowski (CT Sports Network), Ted Glanzer (The Granbys Patch), Dave Greenleaf (Bristol Press), Mike Guerrera (Southington Citizen), John Holt (WFSB Channel 3), Larry Kelley (SE Conn Patch), Bob Lazzari (Valley Times), Greg Lederer (Cheshire Herald), Ken Lipshez (Farmington/W. Hartford Patch), Robert Mayer (Berlin Patch), Eric Montgomery (Minuteman Newspapers), Sean Patrick Bowley (Connecticut Post), Dave Phillips (Shoreline Newspapers), Mike Pucci (New Haven Register), Paul Rosano (Meriden Record-Journal), Dave Ruden (Stamford Advocate), Mike Suppe (Hersam Acorn Newspapers), Peter Vander Veer (Hersam Acorn Newspapers), Tom Yantz (Hartford Courant), Rich Zalusky (Willimantic Chronicle), Jimmy Zanor (Shore Line Times)