Spring Teams in Action

May 17, 2021 - 11:45 am

Good luck to all of the spring teams in action this week as most teams will finish up their regular season schedule.

The varsity Baseball team will play its last regular season home game Thursday vs. Wolcott and then host a First Round NVL playoff game on Saturday. Currently, the teams is 15-1 and the #1seed in the NVL and the #1 ranked team in the Class S state standings. The JV & Freshman baseball teams wrap up their season this week, both with two games on the docket.

The Boys & Girls Golf teams have busy weeks ahead as they close in on the end of their regular seasons. The teams are ranked #4 in their respective state divisions.

The Boys Lacrosse team sits at 9-2 with a #4 ranking in the Class S division and are the #1 seed in the conference. They host Northwest Catholic on Saturday afternoon before hosting the league championship game next week on May 27 vs Watertown.

The Girls Lacrosse team is 5-5 with four games to play and look to strengthen their state and league playoff standings down the stretch. They also host Northwest Catholic on Saturday afternoon for their lone home game this week.

The varsity Softball team hosts games this Tuesday vs Watertown on Senior Day, and Thursday vs Bristol Eastern. The JV softball team has a few road games to finish its regular season.

The Girls Tennis team wraps up their regular season on Monday vs. Wilby at Page Park on their senior day as they fight for the final spot (#8 seed) in the NVL team tournament. Go Falcons!

Congratulations to the Track & Field team on their efforts last week in their meet vs. Derby & Woodland. Some outstanding individual efforts included Allie Barton who won the 300 hurdles while placing 2nd in the 100 while McKayla Baxter took first in the 100 hurdles, Tyler Turner with a 2nd place finish in the long jump and Owen Wood placed 1st in the Pole Vault – clearing 12 feet. The team will compete in its last regular season meet of the year on Tuesday, their Senior Day before they head to Torrington on Saturday for the NVL championship.



While there has been quite a bit of news the last few days around COVID protocols and a lot of rumors about what and when things will change, we want to remind everyone that the State of Connecticut and the CIAC have not announced updated policies. We expect this will occur sometime this week but until then a reminder that all fans whether on campus or off are required to wear a mask and follow all standard social distancing guidelines in an effort to allow us to continue to provide a safe environment for all of our student athletes, coaches and guests. We will announce any fan changes when they become available.