333 Christian Street Wallingford, CT 06492
Directions: From the north via I-91: Take I-91 south to Exit 15. Turn right onto Rte. 68. Turn left at the third stop light onto Farms Rd. which becomes North Elm St. Turn left onto Christian St.
From the north via Wilbur Cross - Merritt Parkway, Route 15:
Take Exit 66. Turn left onto Route 5; go under the overpass. At the fourth light turn left and then left again onto Route 68. Take the next right at North Main St. At the third stop sign, turn onto Christian St.
From the south, via Wilbur Cross - Merritt Parkway , Route 15, Exit 64: Turn right onto Quinnipiac St., bear left at the fork, crossing over the railroad tracks. Go straight through the traffic light. Quinnipiac becomes Center St. at this intersection. Turn left at the second light at the top of the hill onto North Main St. Turn right onto Christian St.
From the west, via I-84, Exit 26 (Cheshire): Follow Rte. 70 through Cheshire onto Rte. 68. Turn right at North Main St. in Wallingford. At the third stop sign turn left onto Christian St.
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Mother Nature may have begun Saturday's white out, but the Loomis boys hockey team finished the job when the Pelicans skated past a packed "white out" house to defeat the Martlets 6-3 in the Savage Johnson Rink.
The Loomis boys varsity hockey team will play in the championship of the Avon Old Farms Tournament today, Saturday, December 20. The puck drops at 3:30 p.m. EST., live streaming of the event will begin at 3:15 p.m. as the Pelicans face off against Tabor Academy.
Boys varsity hockey won the New England Large School Tournament Championship with an exciting three-game journey that began last Wednesday with a quarterfinal round victory at Northfield Mount Hermon. The Pelicans qualified for their first tournament appearance in more htan 20 years and made it to their first tournament final in program history. On Sunday afternoon, they beat St. Paul's 3-2 to capture their first tournament championship in program history.
The Loomis boys varsity hockey team notched its first home win of the season Wednesday, beating Founders League rival Choate 5-2 in the Savage Johnson Rink. The win improved the Pelicans' record to 2-3 as they head into the Avon Old Farms Tournament, which begins Thursday with a 7 p.m. face-off against St. Paul's.