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Fairfield Prep Ranked #1 in Final State Ice Hockey Poll

Fairfield Prep, the 2011 Division I state champions, finished as the top-ranked team in the season-ending New Haven Register and Hartford Courant ice hockey polls.    The Jesuits (21-3) were one of eight SCC teams, including Division II state champion Cheshire (16-6-2), who were ranked or received votes in either poll.   Hamden, who lost to Fairfield Prep in the Division I quarterfinals, was ranked second in the Courant poll and fifth in the Register.     Xavier and Notre Dame were each ranked in the top ten in both polls, while Guilford, West Haven and Daniel Hand also received votes.

Click here for a story about the SCC's success on the ice by Dan Nowak of the New Haven Register (3/23)

 

Fairfield Prep and Cheshire Win State Titles

Congratulations to Fairfield Prep (Division I) and Cheshire (Division II) for capturing state championships in 2011.   Prep defeated St. Joseph, 5-0, in the Division I championship game, while Cheshire defeated SCC-rival Guilford, 3-1, in the Division II final.   It was the fourth straight year that the SCC has won multiple state titles.  In 17 years, SCC teams have now won 22 state titles.

Click here for final 2010-11 standings (pdf)

Click here for 2011 SCC postseason hockey notes (pdf)

 

Hand Captures First Division II Ice Hockey Title

Hand Captures First Division II Championship

Championship Game - Saturday, March 5 @Bennett Rink

Hand 3, Guilford 1

Most Outstanding Player: Nick Kruczek, forward, Hand

Records: Guilford (18-3-1) vs. Hand (11-10-1)

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SCC Hockey Teams to Play at Rentschler Field at Whalers Hockey Fest

Four SCC ice hockey teams will participate in the Whalers Hockey Fest, a 10-day outdoor tournament held at Rentschler Field (home of the UConn football team) in East Hartford. 

On February 14, Amity will meet St. Joseph's in a rematch of the 2010 CIAC Division II championship game.  The puck drops at 4 p.m.   Later that evening, the SCC's two Wallingford-based schools - Sheehan and Lyman Hall - will meet at 7:30 p.m.  

On February 16, Guilford will play the co-op team of St. Bernard's/NFA at 5 p.m.

Click here for more information and complete schedule