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#SCC25 Turm Back the Clock - June 10

#SCC25 Turn Back the Clock – Lots of Firsts on June 10

June 10, 2006 – Fairfield Prep outlasts Norwalk, 13-12, in four overtimes to the win the Class L boys lacrosse state title.   Down five goals with 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter, Prep rallied and tied the game to force overtime.  

June 10, 2006 – Max Russell pitched a six-hitter as Amity defeated Bristol Central, 3-2, to win the Class LL baseball title at Yale Field.  Russell won three games in the tournament and saved another allowing just two runs in 19 2/3 innings of work.  It was the Spartans’ first state title. 

June 10, 2011 – A brother-sister combo – Notre Dame’s Gary Flowers (Class L baseball) and Sacred Heart Academy’s Molly Flowers (Class M softball) – both pitched their teams to state titles.   Notre Dame defeated Farmington, 2-1, while SHA defeated Seymour, 4-3.

Click here for the New Haven Register article about the Flowers' siblings

June 10, 2017 – Branford girls lacrosse defeats PompForanhttps://www.gametimect.com/class-l-baseball-destinys-darlings-foran-tops-north-haven-caps-off-cinderella-run/eraug, 15-8, to win the Class M state title.  It is the first time a SCC girls lacrosse team won a state championship.  Also that day, Amity Regional falls to Staples in the Class L baseball title game.  The loss ended the Spartans’ state-record 28-game state tournament winning streak.  

Finally that evening, the Foran baseball team completed its rags-to-riches journey as the tournament’s 32nd seed, defeating league-rival North Haven, 8-2, in the Class L state championship game.  The Lions started the season 1-11, before winning of 12 of its final 13 games.

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