Defending champions Bloomfield lost a lot to graduation, but will still be in the mix. Glastonbury is a well balanced team and is looking to move up from last year's runner up spot.
Dinedye Denis has taken her speed from Kansas to Simsbury and has shaken up the league with her top ranked performances in the 55m and 300m.
While there will be plenty of Glastonbury's blue and white in the distance events, they will have to contend with Rocky Hill sophomore Elizabeth Stockman who has CT #2 times in the 1600m and 3200m.
Megan Biscoglio of Southington is undefeated against state competitors and is looking to improve her 12'1 PR by three inches to qualify for New Balance Indoor Nationals championship sections.
Her teammate Amanda Howe has ruled the shot put this season with a PR of 41'4.75 and has qualified for New Balance Indoor nationals. The senior has committed to Iowa University and will be looking to earn her first of many championships this season.
Bloomfield will get most of their points in the field with their throwers and jumpers hoping to bring big points for their title defense. Monique Anderson has already made NBIN Emerging Elite in the high jump and is seeded high in the long jump. Her teammate Jahleah Harris is the defending State Open champion in the LJ and currently has the 3rd best jump in the state. Bloomfield throwers are also looking to score multiple people in the shot like they do most year.
CCC Projected Team Scores
55 Meter Dash