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Shelton Sports Roundup: Feb 22

For interactive daily digest for all Shelton scores, schedules and standings -- and a place to add information and photos for all youth sports

Editor's Note: Send any write-ups on youth or recreational games in your town to michaeld+sports@patch.com

It may not have been much of a reward but by virtue of its 44-41 win over West Haven on Monday, the Shelton High School earned the 14th and final seed in the SCC tournament.

The Gaels will play at Career in the opening round of the tournament on Thursday. Career is the third seed behind Hillhouse and Fairfield Prep following Monday 47-46 loss to the Academics at the buzzer.

Hillhouse, which completed a 20-0 regular season, is the defending SCC champion.

Here is the tournament schedule:

FIRST ROUND – Thursday, February 23 – 6:30 p.m.

#14 Shelton at #3 Career

#13 Lyman Hall at #4 Branford

#12 Foran at #5 Amity

#11 Cheshire at #6 Hamden

#10 Xavier at #7 Daniel Hand

#9 North Haven at #8 Wilbur Cross

QUARTERFINALS – Saturday, February 25 @East Haven HS

Game 1: North Haven/Wilbur Cross winner vs. #1 Hillhouse – 12 noon

Game 2: Foran/Amity winner vs. Lyman Hall/Branford winner – 1:45 p.m.

Game 3: Xavier/Hand winner vs. #2 Fairfield Prep – 3:30 p.m.

Game 4: Cheshire/Hamden winner vs. Shelton/Career winner – 5:15 p.m.

SEMIFINALS – Monday, February 27 @East Haven HS

Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner – 6 p.m.

Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner – 7:45 p.m.

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – Tuesday, February 28 @TD Bank Sports Center – Quinnipiac University

Semifinal winners – 7 p.m

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For all the Staples-Weston-Shelton boys hockey team has been through this season, the Wreckers still have a chance to get back to the state tournament.

The Wreckers, who have been decimated by injuries this season, snapped a 10-game losing streak on Monday with a 6-0 victory over East Catholic.

Staples improved to 7-11 and needs to win one of its final two games to secure a berth in the Division III state tournament. Last season, the Wreckers reached the state final losing to Watertown-Pomperaug 4-0 in the finals.

Riley MacDonald, playing in his second game since returning from an injury, to record the shutout against East Catholic. Aaron Liu and Wyatt

Staples hosts Greenwich (3-16) on Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the Milford Ice Pavilion.

If the Wreckers don't beat the Cardinals, they will get another chance on Saturday when the host Cheshire, which blanked Fairfield 2-0 on Monday.

TUESDAY'S RESULTS

No games scheduled

WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE

Boys hockey

Greenwich at Staples-Weston-Shelton, 4 p.m., Milford Ice Pavilion

SCC BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS (through Feb. 16

Hammonasset

Hillhouse 8-0 18-0

Hand 5-3 11-7

Foran 5-3 10-8

Guilford 2-6 4-14

Law 0-8 0-18

Housatonic

Cheshire 7-1 12-6

Amity 4-4 14-4

Lyman Hall 4-4 7-11

Sheehan 2-6 6-12

Shelton 2-6 7-11

Quinnipiac

Fairfield Prep 7-1 16-2

Xavier 6-2 8-10

Hamden 4-4 9-8

West Haven 2-6 5-13

ND-West Haven 1-7 1-17

Oronoque

Career 8-0 17-1

Branford 4-4 14-4

Wilbur Cross 4-4 10-8

North Haven 4-4 9-9

East Haven 0-8 4-14

GIRLS BASKETBALL (through Feb 16)

Hammonasset

*Hillhouse 8-0 18-2

*Hand 5-3 13-7

*Law 3-5...10-10

*Foran 3-5 9-11

Guilford 1-7 5-15

Housatonic

*Cheshire 6-2 14-6

*Sheehan 6-2 12-8

*-Amity 4-3 11-9

*Shelton 3-4 7-13

Lyman Hall 0-8 0-20

Quinnipiac

*Mercy 6-0 16-4

*West Haven 3-3 16-4

*Sacred Heart Academy 2-4 14-6

*Hamden 1-5 9-11

Oronoque

*Career 8-0 19-1

*East Haven 5-3 11-9

Wilbur Cross 4-4 4-16

Branford 2-6 2-18

North Haven 0-8 0-20

 

 

 

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