In an early season rematch of last year's Class LL state championship game (won by Hillhouse) state #1 Fairfield Prep beat state #2 Hillhouse 72-62.More > Despite 28 points and 21 rebounds from Tournament MVP Elijah Pemberton, East Hartford captured the 10th Annual Artie Kohs Classic championship with a 53-52 overtime win over host school Xavier of Middletown.More > Class of 2016 national top 10 prospect Mustapha Heron is now playing at Sacred Heart High School in Waterbury, Connecticut.More > 2 brothers on the Bacon Academy basketball team play for their father serving overseas.More > Manchester tops East Catholic in boys basketball, 52 to 45.More > Capital Prep knocks off previously unbeaten Classical Magnet, 84 to 61.More > Windsor wins a tight game over Weaver in boys basketball, 73 to 67.More > Cromwell tops Old Saybrook in boys basketball, 51 to 37.More > Kaynor Tech tops Bullard Havens in boys basketball, 83 to 35.More > Capital Prep tops Windham Tech in boys basketball, 86 to 38. More > Wilby (Waterbury) stayed undefeated with a 99-42 win over NVL rival St. Paul.More > Manchester tops Wethersfield in boys basketball, 80 to 63.More > Granby defeated Suffield 35 to 23 in Boys NCCC basketball action.More > Future Husky Tommy Myers is also a basketball standout.More > St. Joseph (Trumbull) repeated as Class LL State Champions with a 62 to 54 win over Hillhouse. It is the 11th state championship for St. Joseph and Coach Vito Montelli.More > Career Magnet (New Haven) held off Northwest Catholic 51 to 49 to win the Class L Boys Basketball State Championship.More > Waterford beat Watertown 71 to 57 to win the Class M Boys Basketball State Championship.More > Immaculate (Danbury) beat Capital Prep 67 to 53 to win the Class S Boys State Basketball Championship.More > The Weaver Beavers beat Cromwell 48 to 39 in a Girls' Class M Semifinal. Weaver makes a return trip to Mohegan Sun Arena for an appearance in the state championship game vs. Tolland.More > Farmington beats Branford in the Class L boys basketball quarterfinal, 45 to 39.More > Wilby defeated Bassick 67 to 63 in a state quarterfinal Class L matchup. The Wildcats move on to meet Career Magnet in the state semifinals.More > Career beats Trinity Catholic in the boys basketball Class L quarterfinals, 60 to 53.More > Northwestern advances in the boys basketball Class S tournament with a 67 to 66 win over Classical Magnet.More > Northwest Catholic beats Stratford, 74 to 61, in the boys basketball Class L quarterfinals.More > New London beats Ledyard, 93 to 64, to win the boys basketball ECC championship.More > Capital Prep beats Cheney Tech in the CSC boys basketball quarterfinals, 92 to 44.More > Classical Magnet beats Wilcox Tech in the CSC boys basketball quarterfinals, 79 to 51.More > Hartford Public moved to (19-0) with a dominating 88 to 47 home win over city rival Bulkeley.More > In a battle of top 10 teams, Windsor beats Northwest Catholic in boys basketball, 78 to 71.More > East Catholic beats New Britain in boys basketball, 61 to 48.More > Manchester won a tight game over visiting Farmington, 63 to 60. Chris Walker lead the home team with 20 points.More > Classical Magnet tops University in boys basketball, 90 to 81.More > Suffield couple Frank and Shelia Beneski attend 135 high school basketball games a season. They've been attending games since the early to mid 1970's and have attended well over 4,000 varsity games combined between boys and girls action.More > East Hartford tops Newington in conference play in boys basketball, 64 to 59.More > Harry Cicma highlights several key matchups in boys high school basketball.More > New London beats Stonington in boy's high school basketball, 88 to 67.More > Enfield moved to (17-0) with a 52-34 win in Hartford at Sports Medical Sciences Academy. The Raiders are atop the Class M Playoff Race as they vie for the first undefeated regular season in school history.More > Top ranked St. Joseph tops Brien McMahon in boy's high school basketball, 91 to 49.More > Capital Prep improved to (16-2) with an 85-78 win over University. Prep's DeWayne Inn scored his 1,000th career point.More > Harry Cicma wraps up boy's basketball action out of the NVL.More > New Britain beats Newington in boy's basketball, 54 to 51More > State #2 Hillhouse posted a dominating 73 to 46 road victory at Xavier.More > In Naugatuck Valley League action in Waterbury Crosby beat city rival Wilby 76 to 56 avenging a 35 point loss to Wilby earlier in the season. The game debuts on CPTV Sports on Tuesday February 7th at 8:30pm with encore showings to follow.More > Cromwell swept the regular season series from Coginchaug. Another close game, 46 to 42.More > Windham put up 101 points in a 30 point home win over Montville.More > New London defeated long time rival Norwich Free Academy 71 to 56. Providence College bound Kris Dunn paced the Whalers with 35 points and in the process broke Tyson Wheeler's career record for points at New London with 1,808.
Fairfield Prep rallied to beat Xavier 67-65. The go ahead basket coming with 12 seconds to play from Freshman Thomas Nolan.More > Waterford tops Montville in boy's basketball, 79 to 59.More > Kaynor Tech beats Goodwin Tech, 61 to 37.More > Middletown beats Berlin boy's basketball, 59 to 43.More > The 3rd ranked team in the state, Northwest Catholic remained unbeaten against in-state opponent with a 78-41 win over (8-3) Newington.More > Cromwell beats Coginchaug in overtime, 41 to 40.More > Career tops Wilbur Cross in boy's basketball, 70 to 43.More > The Watertown Boys Basketball team beat NVL rival Holy Cross, 55 to 51 to improve to (9-2) on the season.More > St. Paul picks up a big win at home over Wilby, 62 to 54.More > Enfield beats Somers, 65 to 26, on Friday Night Frenzy.More > Newington beats New Britain in overtime, 59 to 57.More >