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Girls Basketball Blog: 2/3 - TheSportsDept.com

Girls Basketball Blog: 2/3

South Windsor remains unbeaten through their first 15 games.  The 15-0 Bobcats beat RHAM 69-55 on the road and Manchester 74-42 at home last week.  South Windsor hosts Wethersfield Friday.


Three wins last week improved the Ellington Knights to 11-4.  Ellington went on the road to start last week beating Stafford 52-13 and Granby 48-42 before beating Windsor Locks 50-37 at home.  The win over Locks marked the Knights’ tenth straight win.  Ellington, who started the season 1-4, visits Holyoke tonight.


A huge four-win week for Canton has transformed the Warriors’ season.  Canton has now won five straight games to go from 4-5 to 9-5.  The Warriors won their first three on the road last week beating Somers 53-31, Enfield 44-30, and Northwestern 40-31.  Canton then came home and beat East Granby 73-37.  The Warriors, who also clinched a state tournament berth last week, host Suffield tomorrow.


Another notable winning streak belongs to Avon with ten straight victories.  The Falcons are now 13-2 after beating Locks on the road 40-34 and Enfield at home 59-34.  Tomorrow night Avon plays East Windsor at home.


The Rest



The Indians are 13-2 after a 61-29 win over Berlin and a 60-43 win at Northwest Catholic.  Farmington invites Newington to play tomorrow night.



After a 47-26 win over Bristol Central and a 44-21 loss in Newington, the Trojans are 11-4.  Simsbury plays hall at home tomorrow night.



The Eagles won their only game last week, a 41-38 battle against Glastonbury at home.  This is the second time Tolland has beat Glastonbury this season.  The 9-5 Eagles play in Bloomfield Thursday.



The Rams are now 4-11 after a win over East Hartford and a loss to Bloomfield.  Rockville takes on RHAM on the road Thursday night.



Though the Tomahawks have struggled this season, Glastonbury had a good week last week to improve to 6-8, keeping their postseason hopes alive.  The Tomahawks lost to Tolland on the road to start the week, but then beat Berlin and Windsor at home.  Glastonbury is home again on Wednesday when Manchester comes to town.




Seven straight victories have made the Wildcats a top team this season.  Suffield won three games last week, beating Coventry and Bolton on the road, and Stafford at home.  The 11-4 Wildcats go to Canton tomorrow night.


East Windsor

East Windsor is also looking strong at 11-3.  The Panthers beat SMSA 57-38 on the road and Coventry 57-30 at home last week.  East Windsor will look to win their sixth straight when they go to Avon tomorrow night.


Windsor Locks

Locks started the season 8-0, but are 1-7 in their last 8 including five straight losses.  The Raiders dropped three games last week, losing to Avon, Bolton, and Ellington.  9-7 Locks will try to stop their skid tomorrow night against Granby.



The Raiders are still a game shy of qualifying for the state tournament at 7-7.  Enfield lost both of their games last week against Canton and home against Avon.  Enfield looks to get their elusive eighth victory tomorrow night against Bolton.



2-13 Fermi has lost nine straight after losses to Windsor and Hartford Public last week.  The Falcons try their luck again this Thursday in Rocky Hill.



The Spartans lost three games last week to fall to 1-13.  Somers lost to Canton, Granby, and Bolton last week, but has a shot at a second win tonight when East Granby comes to town.


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