SUFFIELD, Conn. -- Kimball Union Academy didn’t have the best record in Class B, not even close.
The team also didn’t have the most roster depth, which is something that goes a long way in November, when you’re trying to win three games in five days against the region's best competition.
But there are other ways for a champion to be measured, and KUA had some of those key intangibles in droves.
"These are kids who work very hard," said KUA head coach Charles Muhlauri. "As a team, collectively, we were able to work together. We aren't as deep as other teams, but these kids are able to make their team better together."