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    |     FCIAC girls ice hockey and basketball scoreboard and box scores for Monday, Dec. 11     |     Girls Basketball – Pomperaug 58, St. Joseph 36     |     Girls Ice Hockey – Greenwich 3, Simsbury 1     |     CIAC Class S Football Championship – St. Joseph 42, Ansonia 36     |     Girls Basketball – New Canaan 44, Bassick 30     |     Girls Basketball – Weston 47, Trinity Catholic 38     |     Girls Basketball – Ludlowe 60, Harding 21     |     Girls Basketball – Norwalk 61, Darien 52     |     Girls Ice Hockey – Darien 4, West Haven 1     |     CIAC Class LL Football Championship – Darien 31, Greenwich 22     |     Greenwich, Darien and St. Joseph advance to CIAC football finals (includes semifinal box scores)     |     Class S Football Semifinals – St. Joseph 49, Rocky Hill 20     |     CIAC Class LL Football Semifinals – Greenwich 36, South Windsor 7     |     CIAC Class LL Football Semifinals – Darien 27, West Haven 13     |     CIAC Class L Football Semifinals – Masuk 28, New Canaan 14     |     CIAC Class LL Football Quarterfinals – Greenwich 27, Fairfield Prep 9     |     CIAC Class LL Football Quarterfinals – Darien 30, East Hartford 10     |     CIAC Class L Football Quarterfinals – New Canaan 24, Middletown 9     |     CIAC Class S Football Quarterfinals – St. Joseph 62, O’Brien Tech 0     |     FCIAC Football Thanksgiving Scoreboard: Four league teams headed to states

FCIAC Girls Soccer Championship – Warde 1, Staples 1

• Warde and Staples are FCIAC co-champions

First Half – No Scoring

Second Half

FW – Anna Glovin, assisted by Claire Pullen, 44th minute

S – Lauren Garcia, unassisted, 46th minute

First OT – No Scoring

Second OT – No Scoring

Goalies

FW – Mollie Kerrigan 5 saves

S Mary Bennewitz 4 saves

• Staples Lauren Garcia and Warde’s Anna Glovin were named MVPs

• Staples has 3 FCIAC championships in 5 appearances, winning in 1992, 1995 and 2014, and finishing runner-up in 1989 and 1991

• Warde wins its first championship in two appearances. Mustangs finished as runners-up in 2011.

• Fairfield HS won a championship in 2002, sharing the title with New Canaan and was runner-up in 2000 and 2001

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