Morgan point guard, bound for Connecticut College, is a repeat First Team All Shoreline performer. Shaun Russell of conference champion East Hampton is Coach of the Year.
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.
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.
All three reach Shoreline tournament semifinals: East Hampton pulls away from Portland; Morgan’s 21-point fourth quarter douses Westbrook; Old Lyme holds off North Branford.
Sophomore rounding into form after injury, Falcons defeat Hamden 63-54 to set up third meeting against Notre Dame-West Haven. Hunter scores 18 points and Menard 13.
Sophomore comes through as Plan B on final play of 33-32 victory. Also Thursday, East Hampton girls and Morgan put finishing touches on undefeated regular season.
Due to COVID-19 and contact tracing, the Blue Devils and Warriors see remainder of their season canceled; conference reconfigures seedings and pairings for 10 instead of 12.