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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Week two of the CIAC tournament

The second week of the CIAC tournament begins Monday and a handful of area teams are still alive.
In boys' soccer, just two teams remain: top-seeded Bunnell in Class L and No. 3 seed Valley Regional in Class S. Valley is already in the semifinals, facing No. 2 Lyman Memorial on Tuesday at Montville High while Bunnell hosts No. 8 Brookfield in a quarterfinal game Monday night, with the winner getting a berth in Wednesday's semifinals.
In girls' soccer, both Hamden and Shelton from the SCC are still alive. No. 4 Shelton in Class LL is in the semis, facing Fairfield Ludlowe on Tuesday at a site to be determined while No. 3 Hamden hosts Staples in the quarterfinals Monday.
No. 8 Bunnell is alive in Class L, facing No. 4 Avon in the semis Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at Municipal Stadium in Waterbury. No. 5 Morgan is alive in Class S, facing Tourtellotte in the semifinals Wednesday at Lyman Memorial High in Lebanon.
In field hockey, No. 2 North Branford faces fellow Shoreline Conference mate No. 6 Haddam-Killingworth Tuesday at Guilford High at 6 p.m. A berth in Saturday's final at 10 am at Wethersfield is on the line. Both No. 3 Branford and No. 8 Hand are trying to make the SCC proud and reach the finals in Class M, but No. 4 Avon and No. 2 Darien stand in the way in the semis Tuesday night. Hand plays at Sheehan at 4 p.m. while Branford plays at Ffld. Ludlowe at 6.
In girls' volleyball, No. 2 Morgan and No. 3 Seymour square off in the Class S semifinals Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at Foran High for the right to likely face top-seeded Coventry in Friday night's final at Glastonbury High. In Class LL, No. 9 Cheshire won at top-seeded Southington in five sets Saturday night. The Rams will now face No. 4 Greenwich on Thursday night in the semis at a site and time to be determined. No. 2 Mercy faces No. 6 Fairfield Ludlowe in the other LL semi Thursday at East Haven at 7.
You can view all of the CIAC tournament brackets here.


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