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2014-15 State Champions
Congratulations to the following CCC Teams who have won state championships in the 2014-15 Season:

Tolland - Class M and State Open Girls Cross Country Champions
EO Smith - Class MM Boys Cross Country Champions
Glastonbury - Class LL Girls Cross Country Champions
Glastonbury Boys Soccer - Class LL State Champions
Farmington Volleyball - Class L State Champions
Glastonbury Girls Soccer - Class LL State Champions
East Catholic Girls Soccer - Class M State Champions
Glastonbury Field Hockey - Class L State Champions

 
2014 Girls Volleyball Tournament
RHAM wins 2014 C.C.C. Girls’ Volleyball Tournament

In a battle of unbeatens, CCC East champion RHAM handed Farmington its first loss of the season in the final of the CCC tournament to improve to 22-0. The teams split the first two games with RHAM winning 25-21 in the opener and the Indians coming back to take the second game 25-20. But the Sachems found the momentum in games three and four, winning 25-17 and 25-18 to claim the title. Mckenzie Maneggia had 38 assists, 11 digs and three kills and Kaylee Danaher had 33 digs to lead the way for RHAM.



Pairings/Bracket
Wednesday, October 29 Site of Higher Seed
Game 1 (8) Platt 1, (1) RHAM 3
Game 2 (5) Glastonbury 3, (4) South Windsor 0
Game 3 (6) EO Smith 0, (3) Bristol Eastern 3
Game 4 (7) Southington 0, (2) Farmington 3

Thursday, October 30 at Plainville HS
Game 5 RHAM 3, Glastonbury 1
Game 6 Bristol Eastern 1, Farmington 3

Saturday, November 1 at Plainville HS
Game 7 RHAM 3, Farmington 1

Seeds
1 RHAM (14-0, 19-0) Coin Toss (1.000 winning %)
2 Farmington (14-0, 18-0) Coin Toss (1.000 winning %)
3 Bristol Eastern (14-0, 16-2) Lost to RHAM and Farmington
4 South Windsor (13-1, 17-3) Gams won over Glastonbury (5-4)
5 Glastonbury (13-1, 13-6) Games won over So. Windsor (4-5)
6 EO Smith (12-2, 14-4)
7 Southington (11-3, 15-4) Games won over Simsbury(5-4), overall win % over Platt
8 Platt (11-3, 14-4) Games won over Maloney (5-4)

(Bristol Eastern playing Glastonbury on Monday – no bearing on seeds; EO Smith playing Windham on Monday – no bearing on seeds).
 
2014 Girls Soccer Tournament
Glastonbury claims 2014 CCC Girls’ Soccer Tournament Championship

A goal by Madison Seymour with 17:38 left was all top-seeded Glastonbury needed to claim the 2014 CCC Girls Soccer Tournament title. Seymour, who entered the game with about 20 minutes left, gave the Tomahawks the spark they needed and the defense made it stand up for the victory. Keeper Abbey Renaud came up big to make a save with less than two minutes left and preserve the victory for the CCC North champions.
RHAM, the CCC East champion, reached the final with a 1-0 opening round win over South Windsor and another narrow 1-0 win over Simsbury in the semi final. Glastonbury downed Hall 3-1 in the opening round and dispatched South Division champ Berlin by a 4-1 margin in the semis.



Saturday, October 25 (1st Round Matchups at Division Winners’ home sites):

#8 Hall (9-2-3) 1, #1 Glastonbury (15-1) 3

#5 Middletown (13-2-1) 0, #4 Berlin (12-2-2) 1

#7 Tolland (12-3-1) 0, #2 Simsbury (12-1-3)1

#6 South Windsor (12-2-2) 0, #3 RHAM (13-2) 1

Monday, October 27 (Semifinal Matchups—highest seed hosts)

Berlin 1, Glastonbury 4
RHAM 1, Simsbury 0


Championship Finals–Wed., October 29th @ Middletown High School Turf Field; 7:00pm
#3 RHAM 0, #1 Glastonbury 1
 
2014 Boys Soccer Tournament
Maloney wins 2014 CCC Boys’ Soccer Tournament

Marcos Bozi scored midway through the second half and CCC South champion Maloney held on to defeat RHAM 2-1 and claim the 2014 CCC Boys Soccer Tournament championship. Top seeded RHAM challenged down the stretch but Maloney survived a late surge by the Sachems to preserve the win. Ricardo Lopez scored in the 33rd minute to give Maloney a 1-0 halftime edge, but Kyle Purcell hit the equalizer for RHAM early in the second half.
The winning goal came after a header from Lopez to Bozi after a free kick to the far post off the foot of Ozgur Horuz.
Maloney needed to survive a penalty kick shootout against Farmington to advance to the final. Keeper Cameron Fahey came up big with two saves in the shootout to allow Maloney to advance. RHAM survived a tough 1-0 decision over North Division champion Wethersfield in its semi final.



Saturday, October 25 (1st Round Matchups at Division Winners’ home sites):

#8 Glastonbury (10-4-2) 1, #1 RHAM (13-1-2) 2

#5 E.O. Smith (12-1-3)1, #4 Wethersfield (12-1-) 3

#7 Simsbury (12-3-1)0, #2 Farmington (13-2-1) 1

#6 Middletown (12-2-2)0, #3 Maloney (13-2-1) 1


Monday, October 27 (Semifinal Matchups—highest seed hosts)

Wethersfield 0, RHAM 1
Maloney 0, Farmington 0 (Maloney advances on PK's)


Championship Finals–Wed., October 29th @ Middletown High School Turf Field
Maloney 2, RHAM 1
 

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