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Riffle, S. Russell, M. Williamson, P. Hoey, S. Riffle and W. Zalaski asked the members in attendance to introduce themselves and their role [ Nearly one month exactly. That's how long it took to crown 35 CIAC team winter champions across eight sports.
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Battling snow, cold, and mostly the competition, these champions earned memories that will last a lifetime while capturing the trophy. Here are all the stories for all [ The calendar several weeks ago turned to January and the winter sports seasons are in full swing. CPTV Sports has been providing outstanding coverage of the winter courts and rinks since the season got underway, and with more than a month remaining in the regular season it is a good time to check in on what is still to come on the schedule.
There remains a total of 27 boys basketball, girls basketball, and boys [ In August the CIAC Board of Control approved changes for the season limitations and practice dates for the season beginning in the fall The changes were approved after the CIAC Handbook went to print, therefore the on-line edition has incorrect dates listed for Previously, players could not release until the ball touched the ring or backboard or until the free throw ended. That is just one of the many adjectives that describes the CIAC winter championship season, which was capped off by an enthralling series of games and meets.
The final championship weekend featured three overtime games, numerous records being set, thrilling finishes and incredible team and individual performances. All of the competitors should be lauded for their efforts, and hopefully this now complete Winter Championship edition of Linked Up will help fans and players alike [ The issue of concussions and brain injury has been a focus of the CIAC for many years, and with new information coming to the fore, the critical importance of this issue has come into sharper focus.
Through its policies and requirements the CIAC has made great effort to protect the well-being of student-athletes. It has worked to empower athletic directors, coaches, and parents by providing the latest information from medical groups and the National Federation [ Head coaches in high school basketball will be allowed to come onto the court in an effort to break up a fight or keep a [ The new factor will be used to set the classification for boys and girls basketball in and will be available for other sports beginning that year.
The use of the new [ It has been awhile since a regular new edition of Linked Up though there was a Championship Edition posted last week so there is plenty to browse in this edition. There is a bit of a lull in the high school sports calendar in terms of game action, but there are still plenty of worthy stories across the state. Class M Girls Basketball: A stout second-half defensive effort completes an unbeaten season for Cromwell.
As has become tradition around here, it is a special championship edition of Linked Up. Get the local story on all the CIAC winter sport champions within the past few weeks. Stories on the champions crowned earlier this winter can be found here. The Division I and II hockey titles will be added once complete. From the Greenwich Times: [ Two games will take place Friday evening at 6 p. Separate tickets are sold for each of the three sessions, and are [ The Convention Center location has changed from the previously announced Cabaret Theater.
The dedication ceremony on Friday will begin the weekend of basketball at 4 p. It seems nature has decided nary a CIAC Tournament can take place this year without some sort of weather disruption. Despite numerous postponements late last week, the winter tournaments are mostly back on schedule with the girls basketball final berths earned Monday night, and the boys basketball and hockey finalists will be secured in the coming days. Credential requests must be submitted by 5 p. Thursday, March All submitted credential requests will be reviewed and the [ Snow, snow, snow, snow, and more snow.
All tournament action for Friday has been postponed due to the weather across the state. The Eye On The CIAC has clearly turned its gaze on the postseason as tournament play began in girls basketball and league tournaments abound in the other winter sports.
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There was plenty of action to check out, including brief recaps of the opening rounds of the girls tournaments. In class L Tolland gets past Lyman Hall in the tightest opening round game. The biggest upset by seed in the first round came with seed Bristol [ With the focus on postseason games and league tournaments, there was not a ton of feature stories in the Connecticut papers this week.
But this is still a link-heavy edition of Linked Up, particularly with a heavy does of national stories. And still some interesting Nutmeg State articles thrown in. It is a tremendous example of sportsmanship and the value of [ A busy few days of championship action and the closing days of the regular season in girls basketball along with conference tournaments in other sports led to some interesting competition last week. For basketball, we have focused mainly on wins that might help teams earn the qualifying standard of percent and teams in League Tournaments this week.
The team collected [ It is easy to get distracted and focused on all the CIAC Tournament action taking place this time of year check out Tournament Central for all the info but hopefully you will take the time to check out this loaded edition of Linked Up. Lots of interesting stories out there, including several instances of Connecticut high school sports earning national attention. Happy President's Day to everyone.
The Eye On The CIAC focuses in on the beginning of the winter championships though the championships actually began two weeks ago, before the weather decided not to cooperate. In addition, the girls gymnastics pairings will be released by noon on Wednesday, while the girls basketball pairings will be posted by noon [ Snow, snow everywhere.
That is the story that has dominated the state landscape over the past week, and that includes the high school sports landscape as the weather forced frantic shuffling and rescheduling of competition.
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Amid all the turmoil, there were some excellent stories told around the state, and the newest edition of Linked Up has them. In order to provide schools with the greatest opportunity to complete their regular season schedules, the CIAC has extended the last date to count for girls basketball from Tues. The brackets will be announced after the pairings meeting which will now be held on Fri. The schedule for state tournament competition has not been altered - playdown games will still be held on either Fri. The Eye on the CIAC got a big helping of snow in the face this weekend as events across the state were cancelled as a result of the massive snow fall.
So this version of the weekly round-up of the sports scene will be a touch more abridged than normal, with the weather wreaking havoc with the schedule for the second or is it third, or fourth time this year. Due to the fact that many schools will be out Monday and possibly beyond, the CIAC will be allowing the scheduling of Sunday makeup contests for Winter sports for the remainder of the regular season, providing: Sunday games are mutually agreed upon by both schools Sunday games do not start prior to p.
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We hope this change will be helpful to member schools and allow them to complete their regular season schedules prior to the last date [ Looking for pairings, results, schedules, rosters, streaming video, tickets, merchandise and more for the CIAC tournaments? As always, this is simply a glance around the state, highlighting some of the more interesting results and games from the past week. This past week featured numerous league and conference championships as teams geared up for the CIAC meets. A Friday morning tradition continues with a new edition of Linked Up.
Lots of territory covered in this one including stories about nearly all the CIAC winter sports.
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