In statement, CIAC says “there is a strong desire to provide student athletes some spring athletic experience if possible.”
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.
When the finality of the CIAC’s decision to cancel state tournaments hit home, coaches scrambled to make sense of it for their athletes.
New Coginchaug co-op football coach has ties to Morgan and Valley. “This is a labor of love and a passion and I’m ready to jump back in.”
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.
“To be the third coach in a program with a 45-year history is something that has some real weight to it,” the former Coginchaug coach said.
Senior has 33-point night, junior goes for 22 points and 16 rebounds as H-K beats North Branford, stays in postseason contention.
Blue Devils ride their defense to 49-28 upset of Panthers and fourth straight victory; double-doubles for Turecek, Shields and Berens.
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.
After Blue Devils roll to 56-point Shoreline win, Noises coach Karen Sweet acknowledges young team’s commitment to getting better.