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    |     FCIAC’s state tournament scoreboard for Saturday, May 27     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Wilton 4, Amity 3     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Darien 7, Southington 0     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Ridgefield 4, South Windsor 3     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Staples 7, Newtown 0 (box score)     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Westhill 5, Wethersfield 2     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, First Round – Simsbury 5, New Canaan 2     |     CIAC Class S Girls Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – St. Joseph 17, Haddam-Killingworth 8 (box score)     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Westhill 7, E.O. Smith 0     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – New Canaan 7, Manchester 0     |     CIAC Class M Baseball, Qualifying Round – St. Joseph 12, Killingly 2     |     CIAC Class LL Baseball, Qualifying Round – NFA 4, Stamford 1     |     CIAC Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Simsbury 12, Ludlowe 11     |     CIAC Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Brien McMahon 7, Shelton 6     |     CIAC Class L Boys Lacrosse, Qualifying Round – Newtown 13, Warde 12 (OT)     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Ludlowe 7, New Britain 0     |     CIAC Class L Girls Tennis, Qualifying Round – Ridgefield 4, Warde 3     |     FCIAC Baseball Championship – Wilton 2, Ridgefield 1     |     FCIAC Boys Volleyball Championship – Darien 3, Ridgefield 0     |     FCIAC Boys Lacrosse Championship – Darien 20, Ridgefield 4
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The New Canaan Rams didn't have much time to rest following their first trip to the FCIAC boys tennis final since 2010, as they started play in the CIAC Class L tournament on Saturday. There was no let-down, as the Rams were perfect through the first two rounds, with four singles players and three doubles teams reaching the round of 32. John Warner, Alex Merjian, J.J. Lee, and Erik Hoets, New Canaan's complete singles lineup this year, [...]
Sun, May 28, 2017
New Canaan Advertiser
Once the Class L girls tennis state tournament begins, it's best to disregard seeds and focus on the FCIAC. Ridgefield provided one of the reminders on Saturday in South Windsor. Seeded 18th based on their 9-7 regular-season record, the Tigers edged fellow conference member Fairfield Warde, 4-3, in the qualifying round and then took down second-seed South Windsor (on its home courts) by the same score in the first round. South Windsor had gone 16-0 during the regular [...]
Sun, May 28, 2017
Ridgefield Press
New Canaan's Tom Carey made 10 saves and the Ohio State men's lacrosse team defeated Towson, 11-10, on Saturday, and advanced to the national championship game for the first time in program history. The third-seeded Buckeyes, who rallied from a five-goal deficit to win in the semifinals, will take on the top-seeded Maryland Terrapins in the NCAA Div. I final at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Memorial Day at 1 p.m. The game will be [...]
Sat, May 27, 2017
New Canaan Advertiser
NORWALK — For 32 years, everybody who competed in the sport of track and field at Brien McMahon could look up to Peter Bardos' school record. After all, in the spring of 1985, Bardos high jumped 6 feet, 71/2 inches. Last week, McMahon sophomore Justin Forde jumped even higher. The high-flying wunderkind — who also plays football and basketball for the Senators — cleared 6 feet, 8 inches at the annual city championship meet at Testa Field, giving [...]
Sat, May 27, 2017
CT Post
Maybe it was a move up to the leadoff spot in the lineup last spring, or maybe it was being asked to play with the Brakettes this past summer or perhaps it is motivation from not getting the recognition she deserves. Likely it is a combination of all three plus talent and work ethic that makes Gabby Laccona perhaps the best softball shortstop in the state. Laccona, a senior on the Westhill softball team, was named the [...]
Sat, May 27, 2017
CT Post
Maybe it was a move up to the leadoff spot in the lineup last spring, or maybe it was being asked to play with the Brakettes this past summer or perhaps it is motivation from not getting the recognition she deserves. Likely it is a combination of all three plus talent and work ethic that makes Gabby Laccona perhaps the best softball shortstop in the state. Laccona, a senior on the Westhill softball team, was named the [...]
Sat, May 27, 2017
CT Post


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