Girls Basketball Blog: 1/27

The Lead

After a 1-4 start, the Ellington Knights have won seven straight games to improve to 8-4.  Ellington played three home games last week defeating Canton 61-48, Housatonic 53-33, and Somers 54-39.  Friday’s victory over the Spartans was extra special as senior Karlee Alves scored her 1,000th career point in the victory, which also clinched a state tournament berth for Ellington.  The Knights play Stafford Tuesday.


The Suffield Wildcats defeated Enfield last week 47-27 to go to 8-4 on the year and reserve their spot in the state tournament.  Suffield will try to make it five straight wins when they travel to Coventry this evening.


A 74-29 home victory over Fermi earned the Tolland Eagles their place in the state tournament.  Tolland (8-5) also lost to E.O. Smith at home last week and hosts Glastonbury tonight.


After losing nine straight games to start the season, the Somers Spartans finally got their first win last week over arch nemesis Stafford by a score of 43-21 on the road.  Somers, who lost to Ellington last week to fall to 1-10 on the year, will invite Canton to play tonight.


Avon has won nine straight games to improve to 11-2.  The Falcons beat SMSA 59-26 in Hartford and Bolton 56-31 at home.  Tuesday night the Falcons will travel to Windsor Locks.


And finally, our only unbeaten team, the South Windsor Bobcats, won two games last week to improve to an impressive 13-0.  The Bobcats beat Windsor 76-27 on the road and crushed East Hartford 74-16 at home.  South Windsor travels to RHAM tonight.


Here is a look at our other area teams:



The Rams picked up their third win of the season last week by defeating Fermi 74-29.  3-10 Rockville lost to E.O. Smith on the road last week as well, and will host East Hartford tonight.



In their only game last week the Tomahawks took down Wethersfield at home by a score of 51-25.  Glastonbury (4-7) plays Tolland on the road tonight.



A 45-42 loss at home to Hall broke the Indians ten game-winning streak.  Farmington had not lost a game since their opening night loss to Weaver, but bounced back with a 46-42 win over Simsbury on the road to improve to 11-2.  The Indians host Berlin tomorrow night.


The Trojans lost to Farmington at home and defeated Conard in West Hartford last week to move to 10-3 on the year.  Simsbury plays Bristol Central at home Tuesday night.



Canton lost their third straight game with a 61-48 loss in Ellington last week, but broke the losing streak by defeating Stafford 51-20 at home Friday.  The 6-5 Warriors play in Somers tonight.


East Windsor

The Panthers are now 9-3 after knocking off Windsor Locks 34-29 at home.  East Windsor will seek their tenth win tomorrow night in Hartford versus SMSA.


Windsor Locks

Locks lost their only game last week to East Windsor to fall to 9-4.  The Raiders are home tomorrow night against Avon.



The Raiders are a game shy of qualifying for the state tournament in what many believed would be a rebuilding year.  Enfield split games on the road last week defeating East Granby and losing to Suffield.  The 7-6 Raiders host Canton tomorrow night.



The Falcons lost their seventh straight game this past week to fall to 2-11.  Fermi, who hosts Windsor tonight, lost two games on the road last week to Tolland and Rockville.


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