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Mercy Captures 2014 SCC Girls Basketball Title

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Mercy won its second SCC girls basketball title (photo by Bill O'Brien)

Top-seeded Mercy (22-1) defeated #2 Career, 56-32, in the 2014 SCC Girls Basketball Championship Game on Feb. 26 at the TD Bank Sports Center on the campus of Quinnipiac University.   It was a rematch of the 2013 championship game, won by Career. 

Tournament Most Outstanding Player Maura Fitzpatrick of Mercy scored a game-high 20 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Tigers, who captured their second SCC title (2007).

2013 SCC Girls Basketball Championship Game Photo Gallery

Here's a photo gallery from the 2013 SCC Girls Basketball Championship Game, held February 19 at Quinnipiac University's TD Bank Sports Center.  Top-seeded Career defeated #2 Mercy, 48-35, to win the league title for the second straight season.

Career Captures 2013 SCC Girls Basketball Playoff Title

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Career - 2013 SCC Champions (photo by Bill O'Brien)

 

2013 SCC Girls Basketball Playoff Results

Quarterfinals - Saturday, Feb. 16 @Sheehan High School

#6 Sacred Heart Academy 58, #3 Daniel Hand 47

#2 Mercy 78, #7 Lyman Hall 48

#1 Career 64, #8 Amity 45

#4 Foran 51, #5 Guilford 40

Semifinals – Monday, Feb. 18 @East Haven High School

Career 50, Foran 37

Mercy 60, Sacred Heart Academy 34

Championship Game – Tuesday, Feb. 19 @TD Bank Sports Center – Quinnipiac University – 7 p.m.

Career 48, Mercy 35  - Click here for the game boxscore

Tournament Most Valuable Player: Tanaya Atkinson (Career)

The SCC championship game was broadcast by SportingNewsCT.com

Click here for championship game news article by New Haven Register

The 2012-13 SCC All-Division honorees were recognized in a pre-game ceremony. Click here for the championship game program (pdf)



 

 

 

Hillhouse's Bria Holmes To Play in McDonald's All-America Girls Basketball Game

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Bria Holmes (photo courtesy of New Haven Register)

Congratulations to Hillhouse senior girls basketball star Bria Holmes, who is the first player from the state of Connecticut to be selected to play in the prestigious McDonald's All-America Game.  The game will be played on Wednesday, March 28 at the United Center in Chicago.  Holmes, a four-time SCC All-Hammonasset Division selection, led the Academics to two SCC and three state Class LL titles during her scholastic career.   Holmes has signed a letter-of-intent to attend West Virginia University.

Click here for the New Haven Register story by Chris Hunn about a send-off event for Holmes at a local McDonald's in New Haven (March 24)

 

Career Wins 2012 SCC Girls Basketball Title

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Career Captures 2012 SCC Girls Basketball Title

Lady Panthers win third league title in last seven years

 

FIRST ROUND

 

Wednesday, February 15 – 6:30 p.m.

#7 Sacred Heart Academy 62, #10 Amity 41

 

Thursday, February 16 – 6:30 p.m. @Higher Seeds

 #13 Foran 66, #4 West Haven 59

#5 Cheshire 57, #12 Hamden 55

#11 East Haven 49, #6 Daniel Hand 48

#9 Jonathan Law 56, #8 Sheehan 45

 

QUARTERFINALS – Saturday, February 18 @Sheehan HS – Wallingford

Career 54, Jonathan Law 41

Cheshire 40, Foran 32

Hillhouse 74, Sacred Heart Academy 34

Mercy 52, East Haven 34

 

SEMIFINALS – Monday, February 20 @East Haven HS

Hillhouse 65, Mercy 61

Career 63, Cheshire 51

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – Tuesday, February 21 @TD Bank Sports Center – Quinnipiac University

Career 63, Hillhouse 61 www.sportingnewsct.com

Click here for the championship game program, which includes the list of 2011-12 All-Division honorees (pdf)

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Most Outstanding Player:  Tanaya Atkinson (Career) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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