Girls soccer breakdown: Week 6

The 14-0 Suffield Wildcats and 14-0-1 Glastonbury Tomahawks are, not surprisingly, two of the top teams in the state and battling for a top spot in the Class LL tournament next month. Because they have no blemishes, not even a tie, the Wildcats are on top for the moment, with the season winding down.

Suffield does have two more tests though, traveling to Avon Friday and hosting Ellington Monday.

The Tomahawks play their regular season finale Wednesday against Wethersfield.

South Windsor is another Class LL squad with a solid season thus far, boasting a 10-4-1 mark. Simsbury is at 7-5-3 but looks to be in position to earn a state tournament berth.

The Avon Falcons, who host Suffield in an NCCC match that could decide the division, are 12-1 and in the top quarter of Class L, with 8-2-4 Farmington also slated to compete for a Class L title.

In Class M, Tolland is in second place at 12-1-2 with 11-2-1 Ellington not far behind. Enfield sits at 6-7-1 and needs to do a little work to earn a berth over the next week and a half.

Finally among the small schools, Somers sits at 5-5-3 and hopes to pencil in a tournament berth with games remaining against SMSA, Canton and Coventry.

Windsor Locks is already heading to the Class S tournament with eight wins under its belt.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *