Girls Basketball Blog: 12/30

Local Girls Basketball didn’t stop for the holidays, with some area teams winning local holiday tournaments.  Here’s a look at how our area teams did this past week.

South Windsor

 The Bobcats may be the hottest team in our area with a record of 6-0.  South Windsor defeated Manchester on the road 53-37 and then went on to win their home holiday tournament with wins over Hillhouse (81-53) and NFA (61-49).  South Windsor looks to defend their undefeated record at home against Tolland Friday.



 Despite losing their first five games of the year, the Rams (1-5) were able to get their first victory with a 56-22 win at Cheney Tech.  Rockville visits Windsor on Friday.



 The Eagles were able to bring their record to an even 2-2 this past week with a win over Northwest Catholic in the Avon Holiday Tournament.  Tolland will play Glastonbury in the championship game of the tournament tonight.



 Ellington had a very disappointing week, and has struggled so far this season at 1-3.  The Knights lost both of their games by one point at Sheehan’s holiday tournament to Sheehan and Middletown.


 Windsor Locks

 The Raiders are another hot team in our coverage area.  Windsor Locks is sitting at 5-0 after wins this past week at Portland and at home against Hale Ray.  Locks hosts Coventry Friday night.



 Enfield has been a surprise team so far this season and had another good week last week, winning the Enfield Rotary Tournament.  The Raiders (3-2) defeated rival Fermi 52-25 and East Granby 39-30 to win their home tournament.  Enfield takes on Coventry tonight.



 The Falcons split last week in the Enfield Rotary Tournament.  Fermi lost to Enfield in the first round, but defeated Stafford 31-15 in the consolation game.  Fermi (2-5) will visit Wethersfield on Friday.



 Suffield played only one game last week, but they will take the 59-49 win over Southington as their sole Christmas present.  The Wildcats are now 3-1 and will play Rocky Hill on the road tonight.



 The Spartans’ struggles continued this past week with a 52-39 loss to visiting Classical Magnet.  Somers is 0-4, but visits East Windsor tonight looking for their first win.


 East Windsor

 The Panthers were the only area team that chose home over the hardwood this holiday season.  East Windsor remains at 2-2 and will play their first game since before the Christmas break tonight when they host Somers.



 The Tomahawks are looking to win the Avon Holiday Tournament tonight when they take on Tolland.  Glastonbury lost on the road to Windsor by a score of 43-39 before beating Avon in the opening round of the holiday tourney, 43-36.  The Tomahawks are currently 2-2, but are looking to go above .500 with a win tonight.



 The Trojans are another one of our hot area team.  Simsbury is currently 5-1.  This past week they lost a heartbreaking 30-28 game at Newington, but bounced back to win the Sheehan Holiday Tournament with wins over Middletown and Sheehan.  Simsbury goes to Maloney on Friday.



 The defending Class L Champs improved their record to 4-1 this past week with a win over Northwest Catholic.  The Indians go to Bristol Eastern on Friday.



 The Warriors split their two games last week to move their record to 3-2.  Canton beat Gilbert 55-17 but then lost 68-56 to Hall.  Canton visits Somers Friday.



 The Falcons are looking to salvage their home holiday tournament tonight as they take on Northwest Catholic in the consolation game.  2-2 Avon lost the opening round of the tournament 43-36 to Glastonbury.


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