The CIAC tournament gets under way on Saturday with qualifying-round games.

You can check out the brackets for divisions L, M and S below:

Class L

Class M

Class S

Here’s a rundown of the defending champions:

Class L: Cheshire

Class M: Darien

Class S: Weston

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