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Saturday, April 4, 2009


Despite the wet weather lately, it hasn't put a damper on the anticipation of a new season bright outlook for many New Haven area boys' and girls' teams.
The usual suspects in the boys' Southern Connecticut Conference have talent, including SCC and CIAC Class L champion Fairfield Prep, Cheshire, Branford, Amity and Guilford.
"We have our share of talent but no game in our league is ever a gimme," Cheshire coach Rich Pulisciano said. "Prep lost a great deal of talent from last year but they have a lot of talent back too. We like our chances but Prep is still the team to beat. Branford, Amity and Guilford have some great players too."
With the consant rain that fell Friday, Pulisciano called off practice and made it a "buddy day." He took the entire team bowling after school.
"We do things like this once in awhile," Pulisiciano said. "We call it a buddy day because it helps build camaraderie and friendship and it's a good break from the daily grind of practice. The players love it."


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