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The Wire: Morgan-Valley HS football LIVE tonight
w/many in-game features; HS sports wrap

OCTOBER 31, 2014 on the CPTV Sports Wire: It’s a key Pequot League battle Friday night as Morgan-Clinton (5-1) visits 6-0 Valley Regional/Old Lyme at 6:30 in our Week 7 LIVE high school football game of the week — check it out and our array of in-game features and coverage; Wrapping up Thursday’s high school sports action; Trinity College football returns to CPTV Sports Saturday.

The Wire, CPTV Sports’ radio initiative featuring reports by Francesco Graziano Jr. can be heard on our exclusive radio partners, sports stations ESPN 97.9 FM and Fox Sports Radio 1410 in Hartford.

CCC Girls Soccer Tourney Final: Glastonbury 1, RHAM 0

Sophomore Madison Seymour scored with 17:38 remaining to give Glastonbury High a 1-0 victory over RHAM-Hebron in the CCC girls soccer tournament championship game Oct. 29 at Middletown High. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Sunday Nov. 2 at 4:00pm

Glastonbury (18-1) won its first confernce title. RHAM goalie Christina Folsom had 13 saves for RHAM (16-3) and Abbey Renaud had three for Glastonbury. The Tomahawks (Class LL) and Sachems (L) are likely to be top seeds in their divisions in the CIAC tournament.

Read the game story by TheSportsDept.com’s Dan Atkinson here.

CCC Boys Soccer Tourney Final: Maloney 2, RHAM 1

Marcos Bozi scored on a pass from Ozgur Horuz off Rick Lopez’s free kick to give Maloney-Meriden a 2-1 win over RHAM-Hebron in the CCC boys soccer tournament final Oct. 29 at Middletown High. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Sunday Nov. 2 at 6:00pm.

The score was tied at 1 when Bozi scored in the 59th minute to win it for Maloney (16-2-2), likely to be one of the top seeds in the CIAC Class L tournament along with RHAM (15-2-2).

Lopez scored in the 32nd minute to give Maloney the lead. Kyle Purcell scored in the 50th minute for RHAM following a rebound off Wade Titterton’s free kick from 40 yards. That was the first goal Maloney allowed in nine games.

Cameron Fahey had five saves for Maloney; John Pilver had three for RHAM, which had a 15-game unbeaten streak going into the game.

Read the game story by the Meriden Record-Journal’s Ken Lipshez here.