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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)

Greenwich tops Pomperaug for fifth consecutive State Open swim title

“I can’t believe we won this meet.”

That’s what Greenwich High School boys swimming coach Terry Lowe said out loud to himself immediately following Saturday’s State Open Swimming Championships — an event in which the Cardinals were pushed to the absolute limit by Pomperaug, yet still continued its reign of supremacy.

Trailing Pomperaug for a good portion of the meet, a sixth-place finish in the final event of the day — the 400-yard freestyle relay — was good enough for Greenwich to hold off Pomperaug and win its fifth straight CIAC State Open title and 34th overall by the slimmest of margins.

The Greenwich Cardinals jump into the pool with their coach, Terry Lowe, after winning the State Open championship Saturday at Yale. — Bob Luckey Jr/Greenwich Time photo

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