Boys Basketball Blog: 12/31

Almost all of our local Boys Basketball teams were in action last week, with many playing in holiday tournaments.  Here’s a look at where local teams stand after last week.



The Indians are 4-0 after beating Enfield and Avon to win their home holiday tournament.  Farmington will play host to Bristol Central Friday night.



Simsbury played only one game during the break, but they got a 74-60 victory at home against Bulkeley to improve their record to 3-0.  The Trojans play Berlin at home Friday.



The Falcons sit at 2-3 after splitting their games in the Farmington Holiday Tournament.  Avon beat Bristol Eastern 49-45 to advance to the championship game where they lost 67-56 to Farmington.  Avon hosts Suffield Friday night.



With a 63-49 win over East Granby, the Warriors improve to 2-1.  Canton plays Somers at home Friday.



The Tomahawks finished third in the Xavier Holiday Tournament.  Glastonbury lost their first game to East Hartford by a score of 70-56, but won the consolation game against Ledyard 51-39.  Glastonbury (3-2) goes to E.O. Smith Friday.


Windsor Locks

The Raiders were busy this past week playing three games.  Locks started the week with a 58-47 loss at home to Cauginchaug, but finished the week by winning East Lyme’s holiday tournament with wins over East Lyme and Montville.  The Raiders are now 3-1 and will travel to Coventry Friday.


East Windsor

The Panthers beat Classical Magnet 62-48 to improve to 3-0.  East Windsor will play at East Granby Friday.


Enfield and Fermi

The Holiday season was tough on Enfield teams this year.  The Raiders lost to Farmington and Bristol Eastern in the Farmington Holiday Tournament, but beat cross-town rival Fermi 60-49 on Monday to earn their first win.  The Raiders are now 1-3 while the Falcons fall to 0-3.



The Spartans were runners-up in their home holiday tournament.  Somers beat Bolton 80-69 to reach the championship game where they lost to Ellington 83-63.  Somers (2-2) goes to Canton Friday.



The Wildcats decided to relax by the fireplace during the holiday break instead of play any games.  Suffield (1-2) goes to Avon on Friday.



The Knights had themselves a nice little Holiday, winning the Somers Holiday Tournament.  Ellington defeated Cheney Tech 63-49 in their first game and then followed that up with a 83-63 victory over Somers in the championship game.  Ellington is now 3-1 and will visit defending Class S State Champ Granby on Friday.



The Rams won their only game this past week to move to 2-1.  Rockville defeated South Windsor 84-82 and will host Wethersfield Friday.


South Windsor

The Bobcats lost to Rockville and Hall on the road this past week to fall to 1-3.  South Windsor is on the road again Friday when they visit Fermi.



Tolland is still looking for their first win after a loss at home to Windham 74-59.  The 0-3 Eagles will play East Catholic at home Saturday.



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