By Connor Fortier
West Haven High’s Tim McCarthy hurried his offensive line to the ball and was ready to take the snap when all of a sudden everything went black. It didn’t go black for just McCarthy, it went black for the entire stadium.
A blackout of Jim Bruno Field at Hamden High School occurred 5:16 into the first quarter in the game between the Hamden Green Dragons (1-7) and the West Haven Blue Devils (6-2).
“I just told them to stay focused, we were hoping the lights would come back on so I told them to keep loose and stretch out,” said Hamden head coach Tom Dowty.
But, the unexpected break did not slow down the Blue Devils’ offense as four plays later, Anthony Godfrey ran it in two yards to cap a 17-play, eight-minute drive – that actually lasted 25 minutes due to the delay -- to put the Blue Devils up 7-0.
After waiting on the sidelines for close to 20 minutes, the Green Dragons offense took the field.
On the second play of the drive, junior quarterback Stanley Arrington, Jr. bobbled the snap and tried handing it off to running back Angelo Dimonaco, but was forced to keep the ball himself. Arrington stuck with the broken play and reversed directions on West Haven, running the ball 54 yards to the end zone.
“After losing the snap, he had to pull it down and take it himself and luckily we were able to get some blockers up field and he took advantage of it,” Dowty said.
After a missed extra point, the score was 7-6 and the Green Dragons were in a good position heading into the second quarter against the sixth-ranked team in the state.
That good positioning did not last long. (I got rid of the “in the second quarter” because – let’s face it, they never got back in a good position.)
West Haven scored 29 straight points in the second quarter and went into the half holding the Green Dragons to just 99 yards on offense. They led 36-6.
The biggest part of the Blue Devils success in the first half was their running game, -- more specifically -- the runs to the outside.
“In practice, we were taught to come hard on the ball on those sweeps and come up field but we weren’t where we were supposed to be and we were undisciplined,” said senior captain Kwadir Delgado-Mcintyre.
In the second half, the Green Dragons found themselves with a different problem against the Blue Devils and, this time, it was through the air.
McCarthy opened the second half with a commanding drive down the field going 3-for-3 for 49 yards and a touchdown to put the Blue Devils up 43-6 after an extra point.
The prolific offense came as no surprise to the Green Dragons.
“They’ve been running the same offense for the past 30 years… they work on it a lot and they are very crisp at it,” Dowty said.
After the opening touchdown neither team found the end zone again and the final was 43-6.
Despite the loss, Delgado-Mcintyre knows how to keep his teams’ heads high.
“It’s hard, but we need to find something to play for and keep going. We have to stay motivated,” he said.
Co-captain Angelo Dimonaco wants his team to focus on one thing after the loss.
“Do your job. If people keep to their assignments and do what they’re supposed to do, we will be fine,” he said.
It is not lights-out yet on the Green Dragons season as they travel to Shelton next week to take on the top-ranked team in the state.
By Austin Bruno
The West Haven High School Blue Devils scorched the Hamden Green Dragons in Hamden Friday night in a 43-6 offensive onslaught.
Before the 7 p.m. game could start, the lights went out and the field went dark. A mistake in the lights’ timer disabled them three hours early at 7:15, Hamden athletic director Tom Dyer said.
Head coach Todd Dowty said that the blackout didn’t shock his Green Dragons (1-7).
“We had trouble with the lights here the past two years… It wasn’t a total surprise, and the kids just went with it,” he said.
However, what the Blue Devils did after the delay may have been a little shocking.
Even the marching band, cheerleaders and fans of the visiting West Haven (7-2) squad dwarfed the Hamden crowd by nearly outnumbering the home team’s attendees.
West Haven running back Anthony Godfrey scored his first of four touchdowns of the night in a drive lasting nearly eight minutes toward the end of the first quarter.
Upon gaining possession, a resilient Hamden immediately retaliated with a 46 yard-run that brought them right up to the goal line, scoring the next play.
Those six points were the only ones Hamden scored Friday night.
During the point-after attempt, Angelo Dimonaco received a botched snap that never made it to the kicker’s foot. This misfortune was a portent of Hamden's efforts for the night.
In spite of this, “Nothing surprised us… we prepped our team accordingly, and they just got the better of us,” Dowty said.
West Haven quarterback Tim McCarthy was on his mark. By the end of the first half, he had completed 88 percent of his throws. He helped set the pace for the Blue Devils’ smooth victory.
Early in the second quarter, Godfrey received five straight carries for yardages that led another six points for West Haven.
After a turnover on downs, West Haven capitalized where Hamden didn’t. This time, McCarthy passed instead of Godfrey carrying, a 37-yard long endeavor. The Blue Devils led 21-6 after the extra point.
Godfrey passed the scoring duties to Chris Chance for a 43-yard rushing touchdown. Godfrey punched in the two-point conversion, piling the rubble onto a disheartened Hamden team before the first half had even ended.
One of several Hamden fumbles set Godfrey up for yet another scoring success.
The annihilation lessened as the fourth quarter began, with West Haven leaving the damage at 43-6.
The immediate response from the Green Dragons was to identify a moral cause of the loss.
“Discipline’s our key factor. We let it slip away when they scored. That’s our problem…. It’s all discipline. It’s not talent,” senior co-captain Kwadir Delgado-McIntyre said after the game.
Another co-captain stressed the need keep spirits high in the face of adversity.
“It’s kind of hard to come every day motivated when you walk into practice at 1-7… you need to make sure everyone’s up and the energy’s up,” Angelo Dimonaco said.
Optimistic outlook aside, there was an inability to keep their momentum going past the first quarter.
“We need to maintain our focus throughout the whole game. I think we started the game off really well. We were moving the ball, we were driving it, and we were in pretty good shape,” Dowty said.
Hamden faces an undefeated Shelton team next Friday for their penultimate game of the season.
By Alec Turner
HAMDEN - The three-headed rushing attack of West Haven High’s Chris Chance, Jakai Manning and Anthony Godfrey was too much for the Hamden Green Dragons Friday night, as the Blue Devils won 43-6.
Hamden (1-7, 0-3 in Southern Connecticut Conference) allowed over 250 yards on the ground to the high-powered attack of West Haven (6-2, 4-1 in SCC).
Hamden’s head coach Tom Dowty believes that the Green Dragons need to work on their performance for the full four quarters.
“I think we need to realize we need to maintain our focus the entire game,” Dowty said. “At the beginning we were playing real well, we just lost that focus.”
Hamden’s senior captain Kwadir Delgado-McIntyre agreed with coach about the team’s consistency.
“We need to keep our discipline, we play good in the first five minutes then just lose it,” Delgado-McIntyre said. “It’s the discipline, not a lack of talent.”
After a stop on defense to start the game, West Haven went to its ground impound and marched the field on a 17-play, 70-yard drive that lasted almost eight minutes. Godfrey capped off the drive with a 2-yard jet sweep on fourth-and-goal for a touchdown.
In the middle of the drive, a 17-minute blackout interrupted the game. With 5:16 left in the first quarter, all the lights at the new Joseph Bruno Field went out.
According to Hamden athletic director Tom Dyer, the lights went out due to a malfunction in the lights' automatic timer.
For the players, they were just trying to stay active.
“I just started jogging and dancing around to keep my energy up,” Delgado-McIntyre said.
Hamden came immediately back on the next drive to score on the second play of the drive on a 54-yard run by junior quarterback Stanley Arrington, Jr. After a muffed snap, Arrington rolled left to break two tackles to bring it to the end zone.
After the Arrington touchdown, it was all Blue Devils from there.
Chance started the next drive with a 35-yard run and Godfrey scored his second touchdown of the night. After three more scores, including two from Godfrey, the Blue Devils went into the half with a 36-6 lead.
Dowty was not surprised with the performance, or style of West Haven’s offense, it was just a lack of execution on the defensive side of the ball by Hamden, he said.
“You know what you’re getting with West Haven because they run the same offense every year,” Dowty said. “They work hard at our offense and they are crisp at it.”
The Blue Devils defense, led by junior defensive tackle Byron Dickens, held the Green Dragons to just 99 total yard on offense in the first half. Senior captain running back Angelo Dimonaco could only produce one yard on six rushes in the first 24 minutes of play.
The final score of the game came on the first drive of the half for West Haven. Quarterback Tim McCarthy went 3-for-3 with 49 yards on the drive which was capped off by 14-yard touchdown reception by Sheilan Velazquez.
The senior leaders of the team will look to keep the team up after another difficult loss for the struggling Green Dragons.
“We’re going to find ways to stay motivated and keep working hard,” Delgado-McIntrye said. “It’s football.”
With two games left in the regular season, the Green Dragons travel to Shelton next week to face the undefeated Gaels before their annual Green Bowl against Notre Dame High School on Thanksgiving.
By Austin Bruno
CHESHIRE -- A too-confident Cheshire High School boys soccer team lost its step and forgot the winning season's lessons of balance and chemistry in its last game before the start of the Southern Connecticut Conference series.
The relentless Wilbur Cross Governors cooled off the previously white-hot Rams, 3-0, at Cheshire High Thursday evening.
Cheshire (12-4-2) is fresh off a division-clinching win against Sheehan, but such good fortune didn't follow them into Thursday's non-conference game against Wilbur Cross (6-7-2).
Indeed, a Cheshire fan in attendance at this game "wanted a little momentum for Saturday." That's when Cheshire starts the conference series.
Cheshire had wrapped up their fourth Housatonic division title in 10 years. Yet after that boost of confidence, Cheshire faced off against Wilbur Cross, the apparent underdog.
Cheshire maintained possession for the majority of the first half of play, but lacked the initiative to capitalize on scoring opportunities.
"If we play like this, we're not going to go anywhere -- period. It's not in our DNA.... There's no desire, there's no motivation, and that's what happened today," Rams coach Arturo Branco said.
With 19:32 left in the first half, the Rams began to neglect their defense and Wilbur Cross began to take advantage, scoring its first goal.
Branco told his team at the half to keep pushing forward and continue to put up a brick wall of an offense.
But, Cheshire's offense relented a bit in the second half, no longer dominating possession of the ball. Senior defender Eric Dishnica pulled through with the closest goal scoring opportunity for Cheshire, met by an even more resilient Wilbur Cross defense.
In the middle of the half, a Cheshire corner kick was nearly headed in, but to no avail. That was quickly followed by a rebound that got swatted away with 16 minutes left in the game as the Rams grew desperate.
Cross responded with a proper goal, lifting them to a 2-0 lead with just 4:40 to play.
The game's final score was reached with 22 seconds left. The Rams never hit their offensive stride.
Rams senior defender Sidharth Subramani said that, after a successful season, there's a real need to keep egos deflated and to put the loss out of their mind.
"We need to stay humble, just to keep our head down and keep moving forward," he said.
By Gabbi Riggi
HAMDEN -- The winds blustered through the pine groves as the Storm of St. Luke’s School rolled in to Hamden. But the gusts would prove too strong as Hamden Hall fell to St. Luke’s, 2-0, on Thursday afternoon.
“St. Luke’s is a very good team, so I think for us being able to compete with them and battle with them is good, good for our confidence,” said Hamden Hall Country Day School head coach Christine Huber.
But the Hornets (4-6-1, 0-4-1 FAA) held on strong against the offensively potent Storm (9-2-0, 6-1-0 FAA), which posted 15 goals in the previous six Fairchester Athletic Association contests this fall.
The Hornets held the Storm, which posted only seven shots all game, scoreless in the first half.
Five minutes into the half, Hamden Hall got its best chance of the afternoon off of a corner kick play that ricocheted high off of the crossbar. Even with six shots on goal, forcing five saves, the Hornets struggled to convert its opportunities.
“We also didn’t shoot a lot. I thought we should have challenged the keeper more,” Huber said.
“We probably should have had more shots from distance—30, 35 yards… We keep on working on sending balls over top and through balls towards the corner flag.”
It wasn’t until the midway point of the second half that the Storm pushed past the Hornets and converted at the 61-minute mark off a deflection and another just three minutes later on a hard 20-yard kick in front of the box that sailed just past the fingertips of Miranda Iannone in net.
For Huber and her Hamden Hall squad, the catalyst in formation wasn’t in transition between the halves, but a reactionary measure.
“We didn’t change our game plan between the first and second half, we changed the game plan once we went down a goal,” Huber said.“Then we started moving, changing our formation to have more forwards up front to try and equalize it.”
The switched moved three forwards up to add more players through the midfield to have numbers against the defense.
For Huber, the strong forward presence paired with the good work in net is something she takes pride in against the second best team in the conference. It is also something she anticipates carrying on through the end of the year.
“St. Luke’s is a very good team, so I think for us being able to compete with them and battle with them is good, good for our confidence,” Huber said.
“We still have three more conference games that are not on the top end, like St. Luke’s is, so I’m hoping we come and play like we did today to the other conference teams.”
Hamden Hall has three FAA games remaining on the schedule, where the workload doesn’t get any easier. The next match is at third-place Greens Farms Academy, then hosting the Williams School before closing out the season against last-place King.
While the path to the postseason may be uncertain for the Hornets, a winless squad that sits eighth of nine teams, the drive to finish the season higher in the conference is palpable.
“I’m hoping that we just keep building off of it, and get better these last two weeks,” Huber said. “We’re aiming to get into New Englands, so a lot depends on what we do these last four games.”
By Tanner Harding
It may have been Senior Night for the Amity High School girl’s swimming and diving team, but it was juniors Maggie and Megan Lasto who really shined in the team’s 93-84 victory over North Haven High School.
The girls, who are twins, placed in the top three in every event in which one of them participated, except for the 100-yard backstroke, which North Haven (6-5) swept.
However, Amity (9-3) took first place in seven out of the 12 events, in a dominant performance that pleased head coach Todd Rainey.
“This is what I was hoping for,” Rainey said about the win. “Sometimes on senior night, the focus isn’t always on what it’s supposed to be on, but the girls really stepped up and did a good job tonight.”
Before the meet, Amity honored seniors on both teams on the pool deck, which was donned in black and yellow streamers, balloons and signs for the Amity seniors.
A member of the Amity team gave a flower to each North Haven senior in recognition of their years dedicated to swimming and diving.
Coaches then honored the seven Amity seniors with their parents on the deck, a bouquet of flowers, and gave the four captains—Hannah Flaherty, Kelly Grindall, Diana Karsanow, and Brittany Smith—a gift bag, as well.
This particular group of seniors has seen a lot of success with a 43-4 record over the past four years. The team was undefeated from 2011 until last year, when the it stumbled a little after losing a big group of seniors.
However, with Maggie and Megan leading the way, Rainey doesn’t seem concerned that losing seven more girls will present the same problem.
“We’ve lost some big swimmers in the past, but we always seem to have girls step up” he said. “We’re going to miss (the seniors) but we’re going to be OK.”
Megan echoed this sentiment.
“We all work together to push each other, I think, and bring the freshmen up to our level,” she said.
Maggie placed first in both the 200-yard medley relay and the 500-yard freestyle, and placed fourth in the 100-yard backstroke—the best of any Amity swimmer.
Megan placed first in the 200-yard individual medley, first in the 100-yard butterfly and was on the winning 200-yard freestyle relay team.
This meet was the team’s final dual meet of the season and Rainey is looking forward to the twins’ performances in the state competition the team has coming up.
“I look to them to be state finalists in the championship heat, and hopefully state open qualifiers like they were last year,” Rainey said. “[We look for] them to again to lead us and show us how it’s done.”
By Ariana Stover
ORANGE -- In the final meet of the season, the Amity High School girl’s swimming and diving team defeated North Haven by a score of 93-84 at Orange Community Center Pool.
Before the meet began, Amity’s seven senior swimmers sat by the pool among their family members and received gifts in honor of their final season with team.
Over the past four years, this senior class has helped to earn its team a total record of 42-4. Between 2011 and up until the final meet of the 2014-15 season, Amity (9-3) hadn’t lost a single regular season meet.
Tonight, Amity’s swimmers dominated North Haven (6-5) as they placed first in eight of the 12 events.
North Haven had its most success in the diving events as Isabella Alogna finished first with a score of 183.75.
On senior night, though, it was a pair of junior twins that shined.
Megan and Maggie Lasto placed first in four different events between the two of them. The 200-yard medley relay was the first event of the evening and Amity placed first with a time of 2:00.59 with Maggie swimming solid to start off the night.
Megan placed first in the third event, the 200-yard individual medley, with a final time of 2:17.75 and later again in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 1:01.88.
For the twins, swimming alongside each other has never really been a competitive thing.
“It’s so fun,” Megan said. “We always joke with each other and it’s just fun to share it with her.”
The Lasto twins continued to log impressive times as the meet went on. In the 500-yard Freestyle event, Maggie swam to first place with a time of 5:33.88, an impressive seven seconds faster than second-place Jasmine Nguy of North Haven.
But the girls are always looking to get better. Next year, Megan hopes to progress in all facets of her swimming.
“Get better times and try just to improve my stroke in general, my turns,” Megan said. “Just try to do the best I can for the team.”
The swimming community is tight-knit. MaryAnn Smith, mother of Amity senior Brittany, said that the team’s head coach Todd Rainey, coached her daughter when she started swimming.
The feeling of unity is overwhelming in the environment of a swim meet. Cheers and words of encouragement echo throughout the room as the swimmers push through the pool. And those senior voices will be missed next season, the swimmers said.
“They always just say, ‘Do it for the team,’” Megan said. “They’re always just supportive of everybody no matter what.”
Losing seven veterans to graduation isn’t going to be easy, but head coach Rainey said the team has been lucky.
“Knock on wood, we always seem to have girls coming in,” Rainey said. “We’ve lost some big swimmers in the past and [we] always seemed to step up.”
Southern Connecticut Conference Trials begin Monday, Nov. 2, at 4 p.m. against North Haven.
By Justin Cloutier
CHESHIRE -- Matching the 11 shutouts she had her sophomore season, Cheshire High School junior goalkeeper Alyssa Stevens turned away everything Guilford smacked her way Tuesday in a 1-0 home victory to continue her stellar year.
Cheshire (13-1) continued its six-game win streak by defeating Guilford (8-7-1) in a league field hockey game 1-0 on this cold autumn evening.
Midfielder Sara Pierpont scored the only goal for the Rams off a penalty with just three minutes left in the game to secure the win.
The teams have faced each other twice this season—the first resulting in a a scoreless tie to open the season, meaning that Stevens started and finished her season with a shutout against Guilford.
“Alyssa Stevens is tremendous,” Michelle Federico, a Quinnipiac University midfielder and former teammate of Stevens’ at Cheshire, said. “She creates a solid defensive unit for Cheshire and is truly an amazing athlete.”
Stevens posted eight saves in the game and has been strong all season.
Before the game, Cheshire head coach Eileen Wildermann said Stevens is one of her players that needs to play well in order for them to win.
The junior delivered.
First-half action started out as Guilford came out with three quick penalty corners. Stevens denied all of them. Stevens needed to play well because Guilford kept peppering the net with shots.
“Today was an example of how we can play even when we’re not on the same page,” Wildermann said.
“Teenage girls come with their own set of problems—one might be a boyfriend thing. One might be in a bad mood, or one might have a test, and if we don’t leave that off the field, then we don’t gel, and tonight was an example of that.”
The rest of the half consisted of mostly Cheshire possession. Cheshire finished the half after Guilford senior goalie Brooke Misbach denied five unanswered penalty corners.
“We’ve been working a lot on me in practice,” Misbach said. “I’ve figured out my mental issues.”
Misbach finished the game with six saves.
“Brooke played very well,” said Guilford head coach Katharine “Kitty” Palmer.
Both teams fired off multiple shots in the second half. Sophomore forward Olivia Clarke led Guilford with three shots, and junior midfielder Teddi Stanley posted two shots, both penalty corners.
“We work on our corners every day,” Palmer said. “We just get in a game and things don’t seem to go our way, whether it’s a bounce here or a bounce there.”
Cheshire finished the game with nine attempted shots.
With three minutes left in the game, Pierpont got a pass from freshman midfielder Bailey Cunningham, and made no doubt with her shot as the ball hit the back of the cage.
“Our penalty corners have been close all game,” Pierpont said. “I was so happy to get that pass because we’ve been trying so hard all game and we finally got it.”
Cheshire will go into the playoffs Saturday, and will most likely play Sacred Heart Academy in the first round of playoffs at Alumni Stadium in Cheshire.
Continuing their winning streak, the Cheshire Rams (16-2) swept the Shelton Gaels (12-6) for their regular season finale Monday night.
The spotlight was truly on the seniors as they dominated the starting lineup.
“It really wasn’t our true lineup,” said head coach Sue Bavone about starting the seniors for senior night. “But you know, they got it done. They were able to do it so that was great.”
Not only did they get it done, they got it done with ease.
Taking the first set 25-16, the Rams then created a comfortable gap by opening the second set with a 10-0 run.
The team beamed with confidence as its offensive end proved to be no match for the Gaels.
Marli Green, a senior middle hitter, led the front row with eight kills and five blocks for the match.
“She’s solid,” Bavone said. “You know she can really intimidate the heck out of any high school defense.”
Upon every kill by Green, the crowd would chant in unison, “Whoop! There it is!”
Green said she uses her confidence strategically in matches.
“I like to look confident. When you look confident, it helps intimidate the other team,” she said.
This tactic proved useful as Green marked four kills in the second set, which the Rams took, 25-5.
The third set started slower, beginning with a close score of 5-5. But after Bavone called a timeout , the Rams took back their lead by minimizing errors and having a consistent offensive run by senior setter Eleonora Ascheri.
Green scored the final point of the match with a kill from the middle, ending the game 25-16.
Bavone said the collective ease throughout the match has been the team’s main goal throughout the season.
“The type of kids we have are just very analytical, over-thinkers,” Bavone said. “And we’re just trying to tell them to start talking and start communicating and you won’t have to think so much and just play. So, that’s something we’ve really been working on.”
As the Rams head into the playoffs Saturday, Bavone hopes improved passing will allow for an offense more centralized around Green.
“Our free ball passing needs to be a lot better because we need to be able to run her,” Bavone said. “We need her for offense, and if we can’t get these free ball passes, that’s something we have struggled with all year.”
The Rams’ six-match winning streak should provide momentum heading into playoffs.
Green said, “I think this win will help a lot, and each practice we ramp it up a little harder.” .
For the nine seniors, the victory signified the final match on their home court, but the beginning of what is left to come.
By James Anderson
CHESHIRE--A fast paced, creative offensive attack, a strong defensive system and chemistry carried the Cheshire High School boys soccer team this season.
With a 2-0 win over Sheehan, Cheshire (11-1-2) clinched the Housatonic Division title of the Southern Connecticut Conference for the first time since 2011 with a 5-1-1 record.
The Rams also won the division as the outright champions for the first time since 2006 after sharing in 2007 and '11.
The division-clinching win came at home against the Titans (5-5-4, 3-2-2 SCC Housatonic). To do it, the Rams paid extra attention to sticking to their defensive formation. The Rams were disciplined and only left their 4-4-2 setup in obvious offensive situations.
Cheshire head coach Artur Branco said that this was all a part of shutting down one particular Sheehan forward – Alex Ramirez
“Today we really focused more on our defensive shape because they are a very good team… (Ramirez) is a really good player for them,” Branco said. “Our focus was really to neutralize him. We felt if we did that the game would take care of itself. ”
Ramirez produced three strong early opportunities for the Titans, but the Rams defense shut him and the Titans offense down only allowing three shots on goal for the entire game.
All-conference forward Jacob Goldstein paced the Rams' fast-paced offense as he continued to add to his strong senior year performance with two goals.
Goldstein’s first goal came 10 minutes into the game. Off a broken play, the ball was lobbed to junior Mitch Manware. Manware crossed the ball in with pace to Goldstein for a beautiful heel flick deflection into the side netting.
The second goal came seven minutes into the second half. A long through-ball pass from junior Dante Rubano led Goldstein. Beating out a defender, Goldstein went to the net on a breakaway and poked it under the arms of charging sophomore goaltender Nicolas Trivino Martinez.
That was all the offense needed to clinch the win.
Eighteen of the 23 roster members of the Rams are upperclassmen, many of whom made up last years’ four-win team.
Goldstein believes that the familiarity in the roster has attributed to the team’s success.
“Over the years, we’ve played together a lot,” Goldstein said. “Even the incoming freshmen, we’ve played with them before. It also helps coming into the season, everybody knew (the freshmen). It certainly helps for team chemistry.”
Two of the three freshmen on the roster are brothers of upperclassmen on the team – Goldstein’s younger brother Toby is on the squad, as are the Mayano brothers, Andrew a junior, and freshman Matthew.
While proud of the teams’ accomplishment, Branco knows there is the tougher test of the Southern Connecticut Conference tournament to prepare for.
“We’re going to try and enjoy it tonight,” Branco said. “We have another game Wednesday. We’re going to look at it as a learning opportunity to prepare for the games ahead.”
The Rams finish up the regular season at home Wednesday as they host Wilbur Cross. The SCC Tournament starts Saturday.
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