As has become tradition around here, it is a special championship edition of Linked Up. Get the local story on all the CIAC winter sport champions within the past few weeks. Stories on the champions crowned earlier this winter can be found here. (The Division I and II hockey titles will be added once complete).
- From the Greenwich Time: The winning feeling does not get old for Greenwich after it captured the boys swimming Open championship.
- From the Greenwich Times: Greenwich reclaimed its frequent place atop the LL boys swimming standings.
- From the Waterbury Republican-American: It was a seventh-straight title for Pomperaug in the Class L boys swimming championship.
- From the Danbury News Times: A big smile told the tale for Brookfield which captured a second-straight Class M boys swimming title.
- From the Connecticut Post: After two runner-up efforts the past two years, it was a first-place finish this year for Weston boys swimming in Class S.
- From the New Haven Register: Hillhouse added to its impressive trophy case by battling to the LL boys basketball title.
- From the Norwich Bulletin: Woodstock withstood the late charge and rewarded the believers with a first Class L boys basketball win.
- From the New Haven Register: A big crowd and a strong second half carried Valley Regional to the boys Class M basketball title.
- From the Hartford Courant: Granby pulled off a miracle comeback to capture the Class S boys basketball title.
- From the Middletown Press: The highlight in the story says it all in Mercy’s dramatic win in the Class LL girls final.
- From the Hartford Courant: A balanced effort and tough defense keyed Farmington’s Class L girls basketball championship.
- From the Middletown Press: Cromwell completed an unbeaten season with a Class M girls basketball championship.
- From the Hartford Courant: The first one was sweet in the Class S girls title game as Capital Prep claimed the win.
- From the Connecticut Post: A key late penalty kill helped Fairfield Prep rally to the Division I hockey championship.
- From the Connecticut Post: After coming close in regulation, Fairfield Warde/Ludlowe completed its run to a championship in overtime.
- From the New Britain Herald: A Newington-Berlin-Manchester player imagined it, and then scored the winner as his team won a second-straight Division III hockey championship.
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