- Guilford (girls), Fairfield Prep (boys) win SCC soccer titles
- 2014-15 is the 21st Year of the SCC
- Amity, Mercy Capture 2014 SCC Cross Country Titles
- Daniel Hand holds off league newcomer Lauralton Hall for field hockey title
- Congrats to Amity Regional for its Boys Cross Country Class LL State Title
- Cheshire Girls Volleyball wins 4th straight SCC title
- Congrats to Branford field hockey coach Cathy McGuirk for her 500th victory
The SCC/SportsCenter of Connecticut "Scholar Athlete of the Month" program returns for the ninth year in 2014-15.
Each SCC member school gets two honorees per season (fall, winter and spring). The Conference will announce the fall recipients in September, October and November.
Here are the October 2014 recipients (pdf)
Congratulations to the following SCC teams that have won state championships this fall: Amity Regional boys cross country (Class LL), Lauralton Hall girls swimming (Class M), Branford boys soccer (Class L co-champions), Daniel Hand field hockey (Class M)
Congratulations to the following SCC teams that finished as runner-ups: Mercy girls cross country (Class L) and Cheshire girls volleyball (Class LL).
Here is the schedule for the 2014 SCC Fall Sports Playoff competitions. Check back frequently for results, pairings, and updates.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP - Saturday, November 1
Cheshire 3, Amity Regional 0 (25-15, 25-7, 25-18) - 4th straight title, 11th overall for the Rams
CHAMPIONSHIP WEDNESDAY - October 29
Girls Soccer - Guilford 3, Cheshire 1 - Second straight SCC title for the Indians
Girls Swimming Championship Meet - 1. Cheshire, 2. Amity, 3. Lauralton Hall - 20th SCC title for the Rams
Field Hockey - Daniel Hand 2, Lauralton Hall 1 (OT) - First SCC title since 2010 for the Tigers
Boys Soccer - Fairfield Prep 0, Daniel Hand 0 - Prep wins via penalty kicks (3-2)... 4th SCC title for Jesuits
Congratulations to Mercy (girls) and Amity Regional (boys) for capturing 2014 SCC Cross Country titles on October 17 at Hammonasset State Park in Madison. It is Mercy's second straight league title, while Amity won its fifth (and first since 2008). Cheshire finished second in the boys race, while Amity Regional was second in the girls competition. Mercy's Mackenzie Pias finished first in the girls race with a time of 18:32, while Amity Regional's Kyle Beaudette won the boys race (15:56).
Thirteen teams participated in the 2014 Southern Connecticut Conference Unified Soccer Tournament on Wednesday, October 15 at Amity Regional High School. Here are the participating schools: Amity Regional, West Haven, Daniel Hand, Branford, East Haven, Jonathan Law, Guilford, Cheshire, North Haven, Hamden, Wilbur Cross, Hillhouse, Hamden and Foran.
The Branford field hockey team with head coach Cathy McGuirk following her 500th victory (photo by Bill O'Brien)
Branford field hockey coach Cathy McGuirk won her 500th game on September 9 as Caroline Murphy scored twice and Megan Shea added two assists in a 3-0 SCC win over Sacred Heart Academy.
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