Not much to say, other than congratulations to all the state champions. Enjoy the feeling, and kudos to all the players, coaches and fans who made the spring championship season so memorable.
- From the Darien News: Chemistry took Darien from good to great and helped them earn a class L championship.
- From the Norwalk Hour: The efforts of a senior goalkeeper were paramount as Wilton outlasted New Canaan for the class M title.
- From the New London Day: A remarkable defensive effort spurred Stonington to the program’s first girls lacrosse title.
- From GameTimeCT: In a season of bouncing back, Amity did it one more time to earn a second-straight class LL championship.
- From GameTimeCT: The class L championship went to Notre Dame-West Haven as the team came out of the shadows.
- From the Hartford Courant: Rocky Hill baseball made some history in earning the program’s first championship in the class M final.
- From GameTimeCT: Portland capped a remarkable run through the Class S baseball tournament with a shutout win in the championship.
- From the Greenwich Time: When the anticipation was finally over, Greenwich has the program’s first boys lacrosse state title.
- From the Darien News: The Darien boys lacrosse program has been described in many ways, and now after a class M title in can be called perfect.
- From the Connecticut Post: Things went from sour to sweet as St. Joseph avenged last season’s loss to earn the class S boys lacrosse crown.
- From the Hartford Courant: A remarkable game ended in remarkable fashion as a walk-off homer gave Southington the class LL championship.
- From the Norwich Bulletin: A young lineup did not prevent Fitch from earning the class L softball title.
- From the Waterbury Republican-American: Seniors from Seymour were able to add to the program’s legacy with a class M softball championship.
- From GameTimeCT: As the class S softball tournament proved, Thomaston doesn’t just win titles, it does it in wild fashion.
- From the Danbury News-Times: Being down in two separate games did not deter Ridgefield as the Tigers captured the class L boys volleyball title.
- From the Hartford Courant: Newington made a compelling case for its place atop the state pecking order with a class M championship.
- From the Hartford Courant: Glastonbury earned a surprise title to highlight a good day for its conference at the Division I championship.
- From the Hartford Courant: A tradition of championship success continued for East Catholic with a Division III championship.
- From the Greenwich Time: A blistering performance from Catherine McEvoy paced Greenwich to the girls golf championship.
- From GameTimeCT: The Division II championship saw Notre Dame-West Haven and New Canaan share the crown, and Rasmey Kong impress.
- From GameTimeCT: It took three extra holes, but Morgan defended its Division IV golf title.
- From the Norwalk Hour: Staples put an exclamation point on a perfect season by claiming the class LL championship.
- From GameTimeCT: After sharing the honors last season, Daniel Hand has the class L championship all to itself this year.
- From GameTimeCT: A strong duo helped power Guilford to its class M championship.
- From the Norwalk Hour: Weston earned a remarkable 22nd state title by earning the crown in class S.
- From GameTimeCT: The naivete of a freshman did not impact his success as Xavier’s Richard Ciamarra claimed the Individual Open title.
- From The Norwalk Hour: A Westhill duo avenged a loss from last week to earn the State Open Doubles title.
Girls Outdoor Track & Field:
- From the Hartford Courant: Tolland was dealt a tough hand in its class M title defense, but overcame it to earn another title.
- From the Hartford Courant: A moment of trepidation turned into a moment of celebration for the Simsbury as it claimed the class L championship.
- From the Hartford Courant: Success continues to breed success for Windsor as the team claimed the class MM championship.
- From the Hartford Courant: Bloomfield responded to their coach’s motivational tactics to earn another class S championship.
- From the Greenwich Time: Familiar foes came down to the wire in the State Open with Darien pulling out the victory.
Boys Outdoor Track & Field:
- From the Hartford Courant: After another class L championship Windsor has essentially taken ownership of the Middletown track.
- From the Meriden Record Journal: On its home track, Sheehan claimed its first-ever outdoor boys track and field championship.
- From GameTimeCT: Bunnell managed to outdistance some spirited competition to capture its first MM title.
- From the Hartford Courant: Trying to match the success of the girls, the Bloomfield boys gave the team a class S title sweep.
- From the Danbury News Times: Ridgefield got the best of a rival to pull out the class LL state championship.
- From the Darien Times: Darien repeated the feat from last year with the boys and girls doubling up on State Open titles.
- From the Connecticut Post: A rival did not foil Fairfield Ludlowe’s run at a championship season as the Falcons earned the L title.
- From the Norwalk Hour: Wilton’s Maddi Stow got a rare treat as the team earned a second-straight class M championship.
- From the Hartford Courant: A 3-0 deficit did not derail Northwest Catholic as the team rallied for a class S title.
- From the Darien News: Against a familiar foe Darien’s Kateri Martin rallied in each set to earn the Individual State Open crown.
- From The Norwalk Hour: After team success last week Wilton’s Kaitlyn Zheng and Taylor Ingerman captured some individual glory with the State Open doubles title.