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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

St. Joe’s, McMahon lead group of five at top of FCIAC football standings

St. Joseph junior TB Mufasha Abdul Basir (6) runs for some yards against Darien on Saturday. (Mike Morin/MSG Varsity Photo)

St. Joseph junior TB Mufasha Abdul Basir (6) runs for some yards against Darien on Saturday. (Mike Morin/MSG Varsity Photo)

The St. Joseph Cadets jumped into first place in the FCIAC football power point standings with their 28-14 victory over the Darien Blue Wave on Saturday.

That battle of unbeaten teams saw the Cadets (4-0) rally from a 14-7 halftime deficit with 28 unanswered points during the second half, as junior RB Mufasha Abdul Basir rushed for 202 yards and two TDs to lead the way.

The FCIAC now boasts three 4-0 teams in St. Joseph, New Canaan, and Brien McMahon. New Canaan routed Fairfield-Warde 45-21 with 138 passing yards and three TDs from quarterback Nick Cascione. Brien McMahon, meanwhile, held off a comeback attempt by Westhill and won 21-15.

The Staples Wreckers and Trumbull Golden Eagles, who lost their first games against non-conference opponents, remained perfect in league play with their wins this weekend. Both teams own records of 3-0 in FCIAC play and 3-1 overall.

The top five in the FCIAC power point standings are:

1. St. Joseph (2-0) 230 points 115.0 avg.

2. McMahon (3-0) 330 points 110.0 avg.

3T. New Canaan (3-0) 320 points 106.7 avg.

3T. Staples (3-0) 320 points 106.7 avg.

3T. Trumbull (3-0) 320 points 106.7 avg.

• Click here for the full standings

The FCIAC power point system is similar to the formula for the state tournaments, although bonus points are not given for playing schools in larger classes.

A team receives 100 points for each win against an FCIAC opponent, and 10 bonus points for each win that opponent has in official FCIAC games.

For example, St. Joseph receives 120 points for its win over Darien — 100 points for the victory and 20 for Darien’s two FCIAC wins. The Cadets will also receive 10 points each time Darien defeats an FCIAC school during the remainder of the schedule.

Here’s a few story links from the weekend:

• MSG Varsity: Abdul Basir, St. Joseph run past Darien

• Trumbull Times: Cadets sink Blue wave in battle of unbeatens

• FCIAC.net: Senators play for Collins and Forney, beat Westhill for fourth win

• New Canaan Advertiser: Four and counting: Ram football rolls over Warde, 45-21

• Greenwich Post: Greenwich football pulls away for 42-14 victory over Trinity 

• Fairfield Sun: Ludlowe holds off Harding to win, 35-31

• Trumbull Times: Trumbull defeats Norwalk, 28-6

• The Hour: Crazy plays carry Trumbull over short-handed Norwalk

 

 

Stamford Advocate: Staples football pulls away from Stamford

www.stamfordadvocate.com/sports/article/Staples-pulls-away-from-Stamford-4870392.php

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