Champion Huskies produce Player of the Year and Coach of the Year in the conference; First Team, Second Team and Honorable Mention performers unveiled.
With 62-54 win over Warriors, deep Huskies capture first championship since 2005 and finish 15-0 — the fourth straight Shoreline champ to run the table in conference play.
East Hampton defeats Morgan 50-43 in conference championship game rematch, with superb efforts from Meryl Curtin, Danielle Adams, Mya Field and Hannah Barrientos.
Bellringers star inbounds the ball on last possession of team’s Shoreline championship victory. “The five of them together, that’s how it should have ended,” coach Shaun Russell said.
East Hampton star forward sidelined with torn ACL as team chases second straight Shoreline crown. “We need to end up finishing for her,” fellow senior Mya Field said.
Up one on East Hampton at the half, undefeated Huskies make the adjustments, refuse to panic and cruise into Shoreline championship game with 74-46 victory over the Bellringers.
Warriors reach first Shoreline tournament final since 2015 after surviving battle of defensive wills, 38-34. Saagar Patel’s late 3-pointer in OT put No. 3 seed Valley ahead for good.
No. 2 seed Huskies put senior Catie Donadio at the controls, produce 17-2 game-changing run in 50-37 win over Cromwell, forcing rematch with undefeated East Hampton.
Top seed East Hampton steps on gas in second half in 40-33 tournament semifinal victory over Old Lyme, extending winning streak to 27 and booking title game rematch versus Morgan.
No. 2 Cromwell’s effort on defense and key rebounds in fourth quarter send H-K out of Shoreline tournament 54-46; Panthers will face No. 3 Valley Regional in semifinal round.