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The Wilton girls basketball team opened the fourth quarter with a six-point lead, saw it grow to 12 points early in the period, and then withstood a valiant comeback attempt by the Staples Wreckers to come away with an exciting 57-53 FCIAC quarterfinal win Saturday afternoon at the Zeoli Fieldhouse. The second-seeded Warriors (16-5) advanced to the semifinals, where they will face the Fairfield Warde Mustangs on Tuesday night at Fairfield Ludlowe High School at 6. [...]
Sat, Feb 17, 2018
Wilton Bulletin
A third-place finish by Chris Colbert in the 300 meters highlighted the day for the Wilton High indoor track and field teams at Saturday's State Open in New Haven. Colbert, who completed the run in a time of 35.71, accounted for all six Wilton points at the meet. In the girls long jump, Andreen Reid placed 16th with a leap of 15'0.75”. In the girls 55-meter hurdles, Shelby Dejana was 17th in a time of 9.22. The girls 4×200 [...]
Sat, Feb 17, 2018
Wilton Bulletin
Less than four minutes after it closed to within one goal, the Darien boys ice hockey team went on the power play with 3:49 left in Friday afternoon's game with the Ridgefield Tigers. Shaun Gallagher, Ridgefield's head coach, admitted that he was concerned. “We gave up a goal on Fairfield Prep's only power play of the game Wednesday,” said Gallagher, “and Darien got its first goal today on a power play.” But with their two penalty kill units [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Darien Times
The Trumbull High boys hockey team gave up a first-period goal to Branford's Liam Deane and an empty netter in the closing minute to Ted Kirby on Friday night when the Eagles lost 2-0 to the Hornets at The Rinks in Shelton. In between, Trumbull, which needed a win to stay in contention for a berth in the CIAC Division II state tournament, took 11 shots on Branford goaltender Greg Lucente. The loss dropped Trumbull's record to [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Trumbull Times
Less than four minutes after it closed to within one goal, the Darien boys hockey team went on the power play with 3:49 left in Friday afternoon's game with Ridgefield. Shaun Gallagher, Ridgefield's head coach, admitted that he was concerned. “We gave up a goal on Fairfield Prep's only power play of the game Wednesday,” said Gallagher, “and Darien got its first goal today on a power play.” But with their two penalty kill units limiting Darien to [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Ridgefield Press
The New Canaan Rams' terrific performance in last weekend's FCIAC wrestling tournament dominates the latest Rams by the Numbers, which also takes a look at the upcoming girls and boys ice hockey postseason, and a hard-earned victory for the New Canaan girls basketball team. 3 Weight class champions for the New Canaan Rams at last weekend's Joe Sikorski FCIAC wrestling championships at NCHS. Senior Nick Kortman (220 pounds), sophomore Tyler Sung (138), and freshman Justin Mastroianni [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
New Canaan Advertiser


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