Boys Basketball Blog: 1/7

A full week into January and three undefeated Boys Basketball teams still remain: Farmington, Simsbury, and East Windsor.  Each week has bigger and bigger postseason implications, and The Sports Department will be there to give you the best coverage of local high school hoops.


Simsbury is our first area team to reach five wins.  The Trojans beat Berlin 62-53 and Hall 85-69 at home last week to move to 5-0.  Simsbury is home again Friday night when they take on New Britain.



The Indians did not have the opportunity to add to their 4-0 record last week, but will put their undefeated streak to the test when they travel to Southington Thursday night.


East Windsor

The Panthers are off to a hot 4-0 start.  This past week East Windsor defeated East Granby at home 75-62.  The Panthers host Stafford tonight.



Avon improved to 3-3 with a 39-23 win over Suffield last week.  The Falcons will look to go above .500 when they travel to Ellington Wednesday.



The Warriors were among teams that did not play last week.  Consequently, they are still 2-1 and will go to Coventry tonight.


Windsor Locks

Locks has been solid thus far in 2013-2014.  The Raiders beat Coventry 48-45 on the road last week to improve to 4-1.  Windsor Locks visits SMSA tonight.



The 2-2 Spartans were not in action last week.  They will entertain Enfield tonight.



With a 39-23 loss at Avon, the Wildcats fell to 1-3 last week.  Suffield takes on Granby at home tonight.



Enfield is 1-4 on the season after a 61-57 home loss to SMSA.  Enfield will take a trip down route 190 to play Somers tonight.



The Falcons are still seeking their first win at 0-4.  Fermi lost at home to South Windsor 57-32 last week.  The Falcons take on Bloomfield tonight.



The Tomahawks won a close road game 44-42 at E.O. Smith last week to improve to 4-2.  Glastonbury will pay East Catholic a visit tonight.



The 3-1 Knights were inactive last week, but will host Avon Wednesday night.


South Windsor

South Windsor defeated Fermi 57-32 on the road last week to improve to 2-3.  The Bobcats host Weaver tonight.



The Eagles are still sitting at 0-3 after staying off the hardwood last week.  Tolland looks for their first victory tonight at Rockville.



With a 69-57 win over Wethersfield last night, the Rams are looking good at 3-1.  Rockville hosts the Tolland Eagles Tonight.

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