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Ellington, Granby share NCCC boys tennis championship

Ellington and Granby shared the 2017 NCCC boys tennis championship this spring. Both teams finished with 11-1 records in the league. Ellington did win the NCCC postseason tournament with Kyle Johnson winning the No. 1 singles title and Lucas VanDeventer taking the No. 2 singles crown. For the Bears, Adam Holden and Evan Cramer wonContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Somers outlasts Granby to win the NCCC Tournament title for fourth time

GRANBY, May 25 – The Granby High boys lacrosse scored four goals in the first six minutes of Thursday night’s NCCC Tournament final against Somers, the defending Class S champions, who had won 15 of 16 games coming in. But Somers coach Ken McCarthy wasn’t worried. Or he wasn’t showing that he was worried. He continuedContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton rebounds with tough loss to Warde with 36 goals and two victories

SUFFIELD, May 16 – The defending Class S champion Canton High girls lacrosse team finished undefeated in the North Central Connecticut Conference with a dominating 18-3 victory over Suffield on Tuesday. The Warriors (13-2) finish the league season with a perfect 8-0 mark and become the first team to run the table in the leagueContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Defensive shutdown helps SMSA top rival Classical for first NCCC Tourney crown

HARTFORD, March 3 – The Sport Medicine Science Academy boys basketball team has spent most of the year playing man-to-man defense and it has been quite successful. The Tigers went 17-3 and finished second in the North Central Connecticut Conference behind Canton. SMSA earned a trip to the NCCC Tournament championship game for just theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton comeback falls short against Classical in NCCC semifinal loss

CANTON, Feb. 28 – They were down by 10 points with 6:40 left in the game and trailed by 11 with 2:43 remaining. The Canton High boys basketball team never stopped fighting in Tuesday night’s NCCC Tournament semifinal against Hartford Classical. The Warriors cut the lead to three points with 51 seconds remaining when RyanContinue ReadingContinue Reading

East Windsor beats Canton to earn first-ever berth in NCCC Tournament final

EAST WINDSOR, Feb. 21 – Lauren Keel had seven points in a 12-2 run that gave the East Windsor girls basketball the lead and the Panthers sank seven of eight free throws in the final two minutes to beat Canton on Tuesday night, 55-42 and earn a spot in the NCCC Tournament championship game. No.Continue ReadingContinue Reading

With four champions, Canton wins NCCC Tournament for first time in 20 years

CANTON, February 11 – There was no opportunity to grab a share of the conference championship so the Canton High wrestling team did the only they could do on Saturday. The Warriors put eight wrestlers in seven championship finals, brought home four individual conference championships and won the NCCC Tournament crown for the first timeContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Defense helps Canton get past Suffield and maintain first place lead in NCCC

SUFFIELD, January 27 – The Canton High boys basketball allowed just two field goals in the final nine minutes of the game to beat Suffield, 56-38 on Friday night and remain in first place in the North Central Connecticut Conference. The Warriors (10-2, 9-1 NCCC) drained eight three-point goals and had a balanced attack. LukeContinue ReadingContinue Reading

NCCC to add two new teams next fall — Rockville and HMTCA

After losing two teams in the past two years, the North Central Connecticut Conference has voted to add an additional teams next fall – Rockville High and Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy (HMTCA), according to sources within the league. The two teams will begin play in the league next fall in September 2017. Avon leftContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton girls steamroll Somers to capture NCCC Tournament crown, 14-4

SUFFIELD, May 26 – The Canton High girls lacrosse could have clinched their first-ever NCCC championship with a win over Somers in early May. But the Warriors were slow out of the gate and dropped a one-goal decision to the Spartans, 12-11 in double overtime. A week later, Canton clinched their first-ever league championship. Still,Continue ReadingContinue Reading