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WILTON — If there were any doubts regarding the Wilton baseball team being a contender this season, the Warriors answered the doubters — maybe even among themselves — tenfold. Brendan Skewis twirled a five-hitter with nine strikeouts and Cole Judelson delivered the big blow with a two-run double with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift the Warriors to a 3-1 upset victory over previously unbeaten St. Joseph in a key FCIAC [...]
Fri, Apr 20, 2018
CT Post
DANBURY—Danbury lacrosse goalie Justin Tarsi missed practice time ahead of the Hatters' showdown with neighbor New Milford with a lingering lower back injury. It didn't affect his performance in the slightest, though. Tarsi made 14 saves, the defense in front of him locked down the Green Wave attack and sophomore Tyler Warren netted a pair of goals as the Hatters earned a 7-4 win in a battle between backlines Friday. Danbury — which got five of its seven [...]
Fri, Apr 20, 2018
CT Post
It's always an extremely tight game when the Greenwich and Wilton High School girls lacrosse teams square off and Friday was no different. The Cardinals fought back from a four-goal halftime deficit and forced overtime, yet the Warriors tallied with just under two minutes remaining in the extra period and posted an exciting 12-11 win over host Greenwich. The loss snapped Greenwich's 7-game winning streak. Trailing 11-7, senior Maggie O'Gorman tallied for Greenwich to pull the team [...]
Fri, Apr 20, 2018
CT Post
James Isaacson (right) looks to get past a Wilton defender during Thursday night's game. — GretchenMcMahonPhotography.com
In an 8-1 loss two nights earlier, a dominant Yorktown defense held the Ridgefield High boys lacrosse team scoreless for more than three quarters. On Thursday evening, it was the Tigers' defense that did the dominating. Ridgefield kept arch-rival Wilton scoreless for the second and third quarters, paving the way for an impressive 12-7 triumph at Tiger Hollow. Based on the opening quarter, a fast-breaking, high-scoring game seemed more likely: With each team converting on quick transition attacks, [...]
Fri, Apr 20, 2018
Ridgefield Press
Stanford University senior Dillon Schoen still remembers the first time she visited the prestigious university. The former Darien High School lacrosse player was on a recruiting trip when she fell in love with Stanford, despite the fact that its lacrosse program was not as well known as the programs at other schools she had visited. Dillon Schoen with her teammates at the start of a game. — Stanford Athletics photo “West Coast lacrosse was not as established [...]
Fri, Apr 20, 2018
Darien Times
Michael Kraus of the University of Virginia works with the ball during a game this season. — Matt Riley/UVA Media Relations photoGrowing up in New Canaan, Michael Kraus always had his eyes on the University of Virginia and its storied men's lacrosse program. His father Steve, and uncle Andy were star players at the school, so it's clear that the Cavaliers' navy blue and orange runs deep in the Kraus family. This weekend, Kraus will be [...]
Fri, Apr 20, 2018
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