Scores and Forms Submission
- Coaches can submit scores and tournament forms for their teams. An access code issued by their school’s athletic director is required for submission and/or viewing.
Important Dates (2012-13 Season):
- First Practice Date: Nov. 26
- First Contest: Dec. 12
- Last Date to Count for Tournament: Feb. 4
Tournament Dates (2012-13 Season):
- Class and Open Meets all to be held at the Floyd Little Athletic Center, New Haven
- Combined Class M Championships: Thursday, February 7 – 4:00 p.m.
Combined Class LL Championships: Friday, February 8 – 4:00 p.m.
Combined Class S Championships: Saturday, February 9 – 10:00 a.m.
Combined Class L Championships: Saturday, February 9 – 4:30 p.m.
- Combined State Open Championships:Saturday, February 16 – 12:00 p.m.
- New England Championships: Saturday, March 2 @ Reggie Lewis Center, Boston, MA – 11:00 a.m.
|Class LL (757 and over/27)|
|Class L (580-756/33)|
|Class M (386-579/43)|
|Class S (Up to 385/57)|
|Class LL (754 and over/24)|
|Class L (572-753/33)|
|Class M (387-571/42)|
|Class S (Up to 386/56)|
|Corey Bernier||Tolland High School|
|Pete Cappezone||Old Saybrook High School|
|John Coccia||Enrico Fermi High School|
|Rich Kosta||Robert E. Fitch High School|
|Tom Lennon||Seymour High School|
|Gary Moore||James Hillhouse High School|
|Betty Remigino-Knapp||Conard High School|
|Tammy Schondelmayer||Bloomfield High School|
|Dave Tetlow||Ledyard High School|
|Steve Wysowski||Bristol Eastern High School|
Use the following link to download rosters for outdoor track teams in a semicolon delimited format that can be imported into Hy-Tex Meet Manager. Look in the help file for meet manager if you need help importing the file(s) you download.
April 9th, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Track and Field Rules Committee recommended the permissive use of the ASTM-approved padding, and the NFHS Board of Directors subsequently approved the Track and Field Rules Committee’s recommendation. Although optional for the current 2013 high school outdoor track season, padding that meets the ASTM standard can be incorporated into the design of the planting box or the padding can be added to an existing planting bomore»
March 11th, 2013
It seems nature has decided nary a CIAC Tournament can take place this year without some sort of weather disruption. Despite numerous postponements late last week, the winter tournaments are mostly back on schedule with the girls basketball final berths earned Monday night, and the boys basketball and hockey finalists will be secured in the coming days. This week's Eye On The CIAC features a quick look at each of the tournament brackets and highlights more»
March 1st, 2013
With the focus on postseason games and league tournaments, there was not a ton of feature stories in the Connecticut papers this week. But this is still a link-heavy edition of Linked Up, particularly with a heavy does of national stories. And still some interesting Nutmeg State articles thrown in. From CBSnews.com: This video has been making the rounds on the internet, and for good reason. It is a tremendous example of sportsmanship and the value of more»
February 24th, 2013
In the fall, CIACsports.com provided versions of Linked Up that featured the newspaper accounts of various state championships, so readers could quickly find recaps for their favorite team's title (the gymnastics Open link will be added once completed). With the winter sport championship season now in full swing it is time to take a look at the articles written as teams claimed championships in indoor track & field, wrestling and gymnastics over the past two weeks. Frommore»
February 18th, 2013
Happy President's Day to everyone. The Eye On The CIAC focuses in on the beginning of the winter championships (though the championships actually began two weeks ago, before the weather decided not to cooperate). This past week saw titles captured in the class meets in both indoor track & field and wrestling. In addition, the girls gymnastics pairings will be released by noon on Wednesday, while the girls basketball pairings will be posted by noonmore»
February 15th, 2013
Snow, snow everywhere. That is the story that has dominated the state landscape over the past week, and that includes the high school sports landscape as the weather forced frantic shuffling and rescheduling of competition. Amid all the turmoil, there were some excellent stories told around the state, and the newest edition of Linked Up has them. From the Norwich Bulletin: Teammates and friends on the Woodstock gymnastic team shared an individual honor. From the Denton Record-Chronicle: A military father anmore»
February 12th, 2013
The continuing storm cleanup across the state has necessitated further adjustments to the Indoor Track championship schedule. The Class LL meet is being moved from Wednesday to Saturday morning. The current lineup as of 2:00 on Tuesday is as follows - S on Thursday, L on Friday, LL on Saturday, State Open on Tuesday, Feb. 19. All meets are at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven and all start times are 4:00 (withmore»
February 11th, 2013
The Eye on the CIAC got a big helping of snow in the face this weekend as events across the state were cancelled as a result of the massive snow fall. So this version of the weekly round-up of the sports scene will be a touch more abridged than normal, with the weather wreaking havoc with the schedule for the second (or is it third, or fourth) time this year. This release details the current updated more»
February 10th, 2013
Due to the fact that many schools will be out Monday and possibly beyond, the CIAC will be allowing the scheduling of Sunday makeup contests for Winter sports for the remainder of the regular season, providing: Sunday games are mutually agreed upon by both schools Sunday games do not start prior to 12:30 p.m. We hope this change will be helpful to member schools and allow them to complete their regular season schedules prior to the last datemore»
February 7th, 2013
Fans attending the 2012 CIAC Indoor Track & Field Divisional Championships could be forgiven for assuming they somehow were witnessing the 2011 meet all over again. Not to say the fans didn’t get their money’s worth, but after a full day of competition the champions in the four girls divisions were precisely the same as the previous year. At the end of the day, Glastonbury was the victor in the girls LL competition, along with Windsor in more»
February 4th, 2013
This time the recurring feature An Eye On The CIAC appears on its regularly scheduled Monday afternoon. As always, this is simply a glance around the state, highlighting some of the more interesting results and games from the past week. Indoor track & field takes center stage this week as the CIAC Divisional Championships will take place Feb. 7-9. This past week featured numerous league and conference championships as teams geared up for the CIAC meets.more»
February 1st, 2013
A Friday morning tradition continues with a new edition of Linked Up. Lots of territory covered in this one including stories about nearly all the CIAC winter sports. From the Meriden Record: Coach Mike Forgione preaches defense for the Southington girls basketball team. His team is listening. From Forbes: This is an impassioned pronouncement in favor of high school sports, and even suggests how to fund them. From Pandodaily: A story on working together to try and gather more information about injuries. From themore»
January 29th, 2013
It is the first installment of what should be a Monday staple (coming on Tuesday this week). With 183 member schools competing in the state, there is a ton of action to keep track of over the course of a season. Each week this piece will try to hit on a few highlights from the past seven days, finding some of the interesting results that might be worth talking about (though in this case, themore»
January 17th, 2013
Interesting stories all around the state as January ticks along. Several of the stories deal with coaches making their imprints on their team in significant ways, which is not a surprising revelation, but is always interesting to discover the details. From the Hartford Courant: The Hartford Public/Weaver wrestling co-op seems to be on the way back up. From the Milford Orange-Bulletin: A pair of Amity girls indoor track & field performers are both excelling and looking to break some records in their respmore»
January 4th, 2013
A new year, and still lots of interesting stories being written around the state as the high school sports swing back into action. From the Connecticut Post: Whether classified as a sport or activity, there are some outstanding athletes like Ludlowe's Alley Meyer competing in cheerleading. Very interesting to read the differences in the process for a student who wants to compete in cheerleading at the college level. From the Hartford Courant: The Bloomfield girls indoor track & more»
August 31st, 2012
As expected, the frequency of team previews in the media are heating up as the start of the high school sports season inches closer. And there is a wide variety to sample today. The first story, however, is not a preview but rather an important piece from the Danbury News-Times about the growing use of steroids among female high school students. A very interesting story, particularly the notion that bucks conventional wisdom that steroids are always used more»
- Boys Regular Season Schedules/Results (One School)
- Girls Regular Season Schedules/Results (One School)
- Boys Master Varsity Schedule
- Girls Master Varsity Schedule
- Boys Submitted Qualifying Performances:
- Girls Submitted Qualifying Performances:
- Schedules and results for previous years can be found via the main schedules and results page.
Year-By-Year Detailed Championship Results: