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    |     Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Fairfield Prep 16, Danbury 4     |     Class LL Baseball, Qualifying Round – Norwalk 9, Naugatuck 3 (stats)     |     Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Ludlowe 12, Warde 11 (box score)     |     Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Greenwich 14, Shelton 6 (box score)     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – New Canaan 6, Trumbull 1 (box score)     |     Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Trumbull 5, Pomperaug 2 (box score)     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Darien 7, Amity 0     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Staples 7, Conard 0     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – South Windsor 4, Wilton 3     |     Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Wilton 7, New Britain 0     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Glastonbury 7, Ludlowe 0     |     Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Ludlowe 5, Simsbury 2     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Greenwich 6, Westhill 1     |     Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Westhill 6, Southington 2     |     Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Daniel Hand 7, Ridgefield 0     |     Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Ridgefield 5, Cheshire 2     |     Class L Girls Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Brien McMahon 11, Trumbull 10     |     Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Trumbull 21, West Haven 0     |     Class LL Baseball, Qualifying Round – Farmington 7, Stamford 6     |     FCIAC boys lacrosse, softball and boys volleyball final box scores, 5/25/18
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Harry Stanton in action for the Wesleyan Cardinals. — Steve McLaughlin/Wesleyan Athletics PhotoThe Wesleyan Cardinals men's lacrosse team has captured its first National championship with a 8-6 win over Salisbury in the NCAA Div. III final Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. New Canaan's Harry Stanton and Cole Turpin were playing in their final games with the Cardinals, and end their careers as champs. Stanton, Wesleyan's all-time leading scorer with 224 career goals, scored twice and [...]
Sun, May 27, 2018
New Canaan Advertiser
Elizabeth Miller (3) of Boston College in action for the Eagles this season. — Boston College Athletics/BCEagles.com photoA few former New Canaan lacrosse stars will be bidding for National championships when the NCAA finals are held during the next two days. NCAA Div. I Women's Lacrosse Final Boston College vs. James Madison, noon, Sun., May 27 The Div. I women's lacrosse final will feature Elizabeth Miller and her fourth-seeded Boston College Eagles (22-1) taking on third-seeded James Madison [...]
Sun, May 27, 2018
New Canaan Advertiser
New Canaan's Ashley Walker, shown in action earlier this season, swept two sets during the Rams' 6-1 win over Trumbull in the first round of the Class L tournament on Saturday. — Dave Stewart photoNew Canaan served up a winner in the first round of the CIAC Class L girls tennis tournament on Saturday. The eighth-seeded Rams (15-4) swept doubles and won three of four singles matches for a 6-1 victory over the No. 24 Trumbull [...]
Sat, May 26, 2018
New Canaan Advertiser
TRUMBULL — Leo Johnson is a freshman who can finish, much to the delight of the Greenwich High School boys lacrosse team. An attackman, Johnson showed a knack for finishing off a lot of scoring opportunities that came his way during the regular season and he continued to light the scoreboard in his first postseason game on Saturday. Keeping 23rd-seeded Greenwich in front when it was a tight game, Johnson scored six times for the Cardinals, who [...]
Sat, May 26, 2018
CT Post
Excelling in both singles and doubles competition, the Greenwich High School girls tennis team passed its first test of the CIAC Class L Tournament on Saturday. In top form for their opening-round match, the sixth-seeded Cardinals won three of the four singles matches and was victorious in all of the doubles matchups in their 6-1 triumph against No. 22 Westhill. Greenwich, which advanced to the FCIAC tournament semifinals, where it lost to Staples, moved on to the [...]
Sat, May 26, 2018
CT Post
Mother Nature finally cooperated. After a few chaotic (rain-filled) weeks, we finally were gifted enough sunny days to finish the regular season and conference tournaments for spring sports. Seriously, we made it. So, now that we seem to be in the clear (literally), let's recap some of the best individual and team performances before turning the page to the state playoffs. 1. PLAY… ROCK?: When the SCC baseball quarterfinal between North Haven and Amity was rained out, the [...]
Sat, May 26, 2018
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