Lindsay Crevoiserat graduated in 2011 and Reid Watson and McKenzie Hollenbaugh graduated this past spring.

Combined, the trio brought not just individual state titles to the school but had a big hand in delivering team championships to the Tomahakws.

But that hasn't changed the outlook for the two-time defending Class LL champions. The Tomahawks can still get the job done.

It's just that this time it will be a new group doing the work.

Without Watson and Hollenbaugh, Glastonbury will look to seniors Eleanor Freeland, Briona Wallace and Rachel Peterson to make sure it stays among the contenders in the Class LL championship.

Freeland was third in the high jump at the Class LL championship at five feet-two inches and Peterson was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 34-71/4. Wallace ran 7.60 to finish sixth in the 55 meters.

Windsor is also set to represent the CCC North proudly. Anchored by shot putter Samantha Blake, who has improved by five feet during the season, Windsor should once again figure into the Class L championship picture.

Expectations High for Trojans

Maddie Nicholson won a State Open title in the discus during the outdoor track season.

This winter, she'll try to add shot put champion to her resume.

After finishing seventh at the State Open and fourth at the Class L championship last year, Nicholson returns this season as one of the top threats in the event. But she shouldn't be the only Trojan making noise. Juniors Sarah Mattison and Carolyn Smith will also help Simsbury keep pace in the distance events and junior Jada Jenkins is set for a strong season in sprints.