Sacred Heart Academy, one of the founding members of the Southern Connecticut Conference, announced its new athletic branding and mascot… the SHArks.
In honor of the school’s 70th anniversary, Sacred Heart unveiled its new athletic branding at an all-school assembly on Friday, Sept. 16. Designers Hope Whitley Foster (SHA Class of 2012) and Elizabeth Parker of E.P. Graphic Design presented the new branding and mascot. SHA was previously called the Pacers.
Week #11 Schedule - Nov. 17
Xavier 42, at Wilbur Cross 0
at Foran 47, Creed/Career 30
at East Lyme 28, Jonathan Law 14
East Haven 29, at Brien McMahon 10
Week #12 Schedule – Thanksgiving – Nov. 24
at Daniel Hand 44, Guilford 0 (Nov. 23)
at Southington 47, Cheshire 20
at North Haven 49, Amity Regional 14
at Shelton 44, Derby 8
at West Haven 28, Fairfield Prep 21
Hilhouse 33, at Wilbur Cross 20
at East Haven 14, Branford 0
Sheehan 58, at Lyman Hall 22
at Foran 43, Jonathan Law 21
Notre Dame 55, at Hamden 6
Native American River Division Names – Hammonasset, Housatonic, Oronoque and Quinnipiac - Remain
The Southern Connecticut Conference will keep the names – Hammonasset, Housatonic, Oronoque and Quinnipiac – for its divisions in the following sports – boys/girls cross country, boys/girls soccer, girls volleyball, boys/girls basketball, baseball, softball and boys/girls outdoor track & field.
Last year, the seven sports’ divisional alignments were realigned by the league’s Scheduling Committee, and will be in effect for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. The sports of boys and girls cross country/outdoor track & field were not realigned.
The four names, which are Native American rivers all located in the SCC’s 16-town footprint, have been used by the league ever since its origin as a “super conference” back in the early 1990’s.
“After much consideration, the SCC will keep the names of the four Native American rivers as the division names for seven realigned sports and four others that were not realigned,” SCC commissioner Al Carbone said. “We considered a variety of names and people to honor, and also acknowledged that our schools may be in different divisions for different sports. However, the existing names’ relevance to the conference’s history was simply too important to change.”
What is the best moment/performance in the Southern Connecticut Conference in 2015-16? Here's your chance to vote, presented by Town Fair Tire, the best place to buy tires.
THANKS FOR VOTING! We had more than 1,400 votes!
The WINNER: Congratulations to the CHESHIRE HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM, who won the SCC and Class LL titles and finished a perfect 27-0!
Congratulations to the OrthoNOW/SCC Spring Sports 2015-16 Player and Coaches of the Year, as voted on by the league's head coaches.
Congratulations to the following four teams who won state championships this spring: Lauralton Hall (Class M girls tennis), Cheshire (Class LL softball), Amity Regional (Class LL baseball) and Notre Dame (Class L baseball).
Congratulations to the following nine teams that earned runner-up status: Amity Regional (Class LL softball and Class LL boys tennis), Daniel Hand (Class M girls tennis, Class M boys lacrosse, Class L boys tennis), Xavier (Division I golf), Notre Dame (Division II golf), Wilbur Cross (Class L girls outdoor track & field), and Branford (Class M boys tennis)
Saturday, June 11
Class M Boys Lacrosse Championship Game: New Canaan 13, Daniel Hand 2
Class LL Baseball Championship Game: Amity Regional 4, Fairfield Warde 3
Class LL Softball Championship Game: Cheshire 5, Amity Regional 0
Sunday, June 12
Class L Baseball Championship Game: Notre Dame 5, East Lyme 2 (8 inn.)