This week: vs. Windham Tech, Tuesday, 3:30, Class M First Round
Bottom Line: Being No. 1 right now is nice, but the Eagles have their eyes set on being in the top spot in two weeks.
This week: vs. Stamford, Tuesday, 4, Class LL First Round
Bottom Line: The Blue Knights completed their best regular season in program history and enter the Class LL Tournament as the top seed. Runners up in 2019, they’re looking for their fourth state title and first since 1999.
This week: vs. Ludlowe, Tuesday, 3:30, Class LL First Round
Bottom Line: The Jesuits won their second SCC championship in three years. Despite a history of success on the diamond, the Jesuits have never won a CIAC state baseball title.
This week: vs East Hartford, Tuesday, 4, Class LL First Round
Bottom Line: The Mustangs trying to win both the FCIAC and Class LL titles in the same season, just as Staples did in 2019.
This week: vs. Bunnell, Tuesday, 3:30, Class L First Round
Bottom Line: After an unexpected, early exit from the SCC Tournament, the Tigers gearing up for run at the school’s first state championship.
This week: vs Cheshire, Tuesday, 4, Class LL First Round
Bottom Line: FCIAC runner-up Greenwich has not won a state baseball championship since JFK was president in 1962.
This week: vs Darien, Tuesday, 4, Class LL First Round
Bottom Line: 1977 was the last time the Dragons hoisted a state championship trophy. Despite a few good teams in recent years, the Dragons haven’t advanced past the second round since 2002.
This week: vs. Whitney Tech, Tuesday, 4, Class M First Round
Bottom Line: The Lancers begin their defense of the 2019 Class M title as the No. 4 seed.
This week: vs. Tolland, Tuesday, 3:30, Class M First Round
Bottom Line: Killingly, which just won its first ECC tournament championship, now sets its sights on ending another drought: The school last appeared in a state final in 1973 and has never won a title.
This week: vs. Norwalk, Tuesday, 3:30, Class LL First Round.
Bottom Line: Amity’s recent state championship pedigree is unmatched. The Spartans have won six state titles since 2006 (the last in 2016). You’d have to go back to 2012 for the last time the Class LL semifinals were played without them.
First-place votes in parentheses and points tabulated on a 30-28-26-24-22-20-18-16-14-12-11-10-9-8-7 basis.
Records through Monday, May 31
— Poll compiled by Scott Ericson
Please go to GametimeCT.com High School Sports to read full article.