Coaches dealing with the unknown as Middlesex County teams prepare to open the 12-game season this week.
Middletown senior wishes he could have played in the state tournament. Still, at MHS he had “the most fun I’ve ever had playing the game.”
The Noises celebrated their first state tourney win in 9 years before a sold-out gym, plus an awards night before everything came to a halt.
Old Lyme floors Morgan with decisive third-quarter run to win first conference title since 2011 … Aedan Using scores game-high 29.
Huskies play at a higher level in Shoreline tournament semifinal, win 70-62 as Zach Johnson scores 28 … Wildcats oust Cromwell.
Old Lyme senior forward voted Player of the Year and all-conference for 3rd time … Hale-Ray’s Corey Zdunczyk is the Coach of the Year.
Wildcats hit Panthers with a 16-0 run to open the game and win 70-46; Ray Doll scores 15 off bench in team’s 11th straight victory.
Coginchaug senior scores 27 in team’s 62-49 win over Old Saybrook … Mercy falls short on road against No. 6 seed Shelton 55-49.
Senior has 33-point night, junior goes for 22 points and 16 rebounds as H-K beats North Branford, stays in postseason contention.
Hale-Ray holds off East Hampton 57-54. “The kids wanted to be a playoff team and deserved to have (it) happen,” coach Corey Zdunczyk said.