Power rankings: CT softball (6/12)
Connecticut Softball Power Rankings
The SCC champs had their 19-game winning streak snapped by Rockville, 3-2, in the Class L finals.
Quite an effort by the Spartans, who knocked off third-seeded Darien, second-seeded Westhill and finally top-seeded Southington en route to the Class LL title.
It was quite a run for seniors Jessica DeMaio, Olivia Gozdz and Co.
Speaking or great runs, the Vikings and their outstanding senior class led by Allison Macari, Cassandra Kish and Allie Souza fell just short in their quest for a third straight trip to the Class LL finals.
A terrific season by the Red Raiders and standout sophomore Sydney Matzko came to an end in the Class L quarterfinals against Brookfield.
The surging Cadets saw their season end in a 1-0 pitchers' duel defeat to Stonington in the second round of states.
The Eagles reached the quarterfinals of the Class M tournament before falling to Rocky Hill, 3-2.
After reaching the FCIAC semis, the Bears bowed out in the Class LL second round with a hard-fought 2-1 loss to No. 5 Bristol Eastern.
Still only a sophomore, Eliza Guerrero will return as one of the top pitchers in the FCIAC next season.
Certainly no shame in the Knights' 1-0 setback to top-seeded Southington in the second round of the LL tournament.