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    |     Stats from the FCIAC’s five state championships on Saturday     |     CIAC Class LL Softball Championship – Trumbull 4, Southington 3 (stats)     |     Class L Boys Lacrosse Championship – Darien 16, Cheshire 3 (stats)     |     Class LL Baseball Championship – Staples 5, Amity 1 (stats)     |     Class M Boys Lacrosse Championship – New Canaan 9, Daniel Hand 6 (stats)     |     CIAC Class L Girls Lacrosse Championship – Darien 13, Wilton 10 (stats)     |     Championship Saturday Scoreboard: FCIAC teams claim five state titles     |     Class LL Softball Semifinals – Trumbull 3, Stamford 0     |     Class M Boys Lacrosse Semifinals – New Canaan 21, New Fairfield 9 (stats)     |     Class L Boys Lacrosse Semifinals – Cheshire 15, Wilton 14     |     Class L Boys Lacrosse Semifinals – Darien 15, Glastonbury 9     |     Class M Softball Semifinals – Seymour 6, St. Joseph 3     |     Class LL Baseball Semifinals – Amity 5, Danbury 2     |     Class LL Baseball Semifinals – Staples 7, Ridgefield 3 (stats)     |     Class M Baseball Semifinals – Waterford 13, St. Joseph 3     |     Darien, Wilton advance, three FCIAC teams fall in state girls lacrosse semis (includes box scores)     |     CIAC Class L Girls Lacrosse Semifinals – Darien 20, New Canaan 10     |     CIAC Class L Girls Lacrosse Semifinals – Wilton 14, Greenwich 8     |     CIAC Class M Girls Lacrosse Semifinals – Weston 7, St. Joseph 5     |     Class LL Baseball Quarterfinals – Ridgefield 9, Enfield 5 (stats)

Trinity Catholic boys basketball captures seventh state championship

For the seventh time in program history, the Trinity Catholic Crusaders are state boys basketball champions.

The Crusaders built a 36-29 lead in the first half and then held off a tough Westbrook Knights squad and claimed the CIAC Class S crown, 61-52, Saturday at Mohegan Sun Arena.

It’s Trinity’s first state championship since 2011, when they won in Class M, and their seventh state title in 13 appearances in the final.

The sixth-seeded Crusaders rolled through five playoff opponents to finish on top, ending the season with a record of 20-6. Westbrook, the No. 1 seed in Class S, finished with a 22-3 mark.

“This feels amazing. It’s crazy,” Trinity senior Pete Galgano told Scott Ericson of the Stamford Advocate. “We fought so hard. We had to come back last game, we almost blew this lead today. Nothing is easy but I am so proud to win. This is just so amazing. So, amazing.”

Dutreil Contavio had a double-double for the Crusaders, knocking down 13 points and reeling in 13 rebounds, while also posting five blocks.

Dimitry Moise collected a team-best 20 points; Galgano scored 11 points; and Cam Blake scored nine.

For Westbrook, Liam Bell scored a game-high 23 points, and Dave Amendola had 11 rebounds.

For the complete story of Trinity’s championship win from the Stamford Advocate, click here.

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