McConville starred for the Tigers boys’ program, helping the team win a Class L co-state championship in 1997 and return to the L final in 1999.
In a year with talented players across the state, Hand senior guard Sara Wohlgemuth stood out as the best around both in terms of her individual talent and what she brought to the table as a teammate.
Paul Wettemann, a Guilford High graduate and lifelong UConn fan, has lived the dream the past five years as a UConn men’s basketball manager.
NORTH BRANFORD — At one end was the defending CIAC Division II boys hockey champion goalie, Jared Yakimoff, who led Branford to the title 11 months ago. At the other, Andrew Sacco defended the North Haven net after winning last year’s Division III championship with LHK.
In a physical game from the start, Branford answered Westhill/Stamford’s early power-play goal, scored two in the second and went on to win.
After winning three straight state titles, the Darien girls ice hockey team was the runner-up last year. The rallying cry this year is “redemption” as the Wave eyes a return to the top.
The Connecticut Soccer Coaches Associaton named Hand forward Scott Testori has its Connecticut Boys Soccer Player of the Year at its annual banquet Sinday.
Both coaches led their teams to state titles in dramatic fashion, with teams which dominated opponents during the regular season.