- Hillhouse Captures 2015 SCC Boys Indoor Track Title
- 2014-15 is the 21st Year of the SCC
- Mercy Captures First-ever Girls Indoor Track Title
- Mercy (Girls), Career (Boys) Capture 2015 SCC Basketball Titles
- Daniel Hand Captures 7th Straight Gymnastics Title
- Fairfield Prep Wins 11th Straight Boys Swimming Title
- Wilbur Cross girls, Hillhouse boys win State Indoor Track Titles
The annual SCC Arts Exhibition is being held April 7-15 at the Creative Arts Workshop in downtown New Haven. There are nearly 50 pieces in the exhibition. There was a Show Opening held on April 9 with awards presented by the CAW staff, who judged the pieces.
The "best of the best" were honored on Monday, March 23 as the SCC held its annual Scholar Leader Banquet. Two recipients, as selected by their principal, from each SCC member school were recognized for their leadership and excellence in the classroom, in their schools and local communities.
The SCC/SportsCenter of Connecticut "Scholar Athlete of the Month" program returns for the ninth year in 2014-15.
Each SCC member school gets two honorees per season (fall, winter and spring). The Conference will announce the winter recipients in December, January and February.
Here are the February 2015 recipients (pdf)
Follow SCC member school teams and athletes in the 2015 winter sports state tournaments.
Congratulations to the following nine SCC teams that have won or shared state titles this winter: Fairfield Prep basketball (Class LL), Daniel Hand gymnastics (Class M), Hillhouse boys indoor track (Class M and State Open), Wilbur Cross girls indoor track (Class L), Shelton cheerleading (Class LL), Lyman Hall cheerleading (co-ed), Simsbury and East Catholic (Girls Ice Hockey co-champions)
Congrats to the following SCC teams that were state runner-ups: Jonathan Law gymnastics (Class S), Wilbur Cross girls indoor track (State Open), Hillhouse girls indoor track (Class M), Foran wrestling (Class M), Lauralton Hall cheerleading (Class L), Daniel Hand cheerleading (co-ed), Fairfield Prep (Class LL boys swimming), Notre Dame (Class M boys swimming), Masuk boys ice hockey (Divsision III) and North Branford boys ice hockey (Division II).
Congratulations to the following schools who have won SCC winter sports playoff titles: Fairfield Prep (Boys Swimming), Branford (Division II Boys Ice Hockey), Notre Dame-WH (Division I boys ice hockey), Masuk (Division III boys ice hockey), Career (boys basketbll), Mercy (girls indoor track, girls basketball), Xavier (wrestling), Branford/East Haven/NB (Division 2 girls ice hockey), Simsbury (Division I girls ice hockey), Daniel Hand (gymnastics and co-ed cheerleading), Hillhouse (boys indoor track) and Shelton (all-girl cheerleading)
Notre Dame-West Haven - SCC/SWC Division I champions (photo by Bill O'Brien)
Branford - 2015 SCC/SWC Champions (photo by Bill O'Brien)
Masuk - 2015 SCC/SWC Division 3 champions (photo by Mike Madera)
2015 SCC/SWC Boys Ice Hockey Playoff Results & Schedule
March 6 – Division II Semifinals @Northford Ice Pavilion
#1 Branford 4, #4 North Haven 1
#3 New Milford 3, #2 North Branford 2
March 7 – Division II Championship Game @Bennett Rink - 4 p.m.
Branford 5, New Milford 0
Tournament Most Outstaning Player: A.J. Brink, goaltender, Branford
March 6 – Division I Championship Game @Bennett Rink
Notre Dame-West Haven 3, Hamden 2
Most Outstanding Player: Matt Plaziak, forward, Notre Dame (2 goals)
Semifinals - Wednesday, March 4
#1 Masuk 5, #4 Sheehan 1 @Milford Ice Pavilion
#2 New Fairfield-Immaculate 5, #3 Shepaug-Litchfield 3 @Danbury Ice Arena
Championship Game - Friday, March 6 @Bennett Rink
Masuk 5, New Fairfield-Immaculate 0
Most Outstanding Player: Christian Furce, goaltender, Masuk
Grace Cummings, a student-athlete at Daniel Hand High School, has been selected the 2015 national recipient of the “National High School Spirit of Sport Award” by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). The “National High School Spirit of Sport Award” was created by the NFHS to recognize those individuals who exemplify the ideals of the spirit of sport that represent the core mission of education-based athletics.