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Greg Reilly follows the flight of the ball during the second round of the Connecticut Open Golf Championship Wednesday at Woodway CC. — Dave Stewart/HAN Network photo

Six former FCIAC golfers in the hunt at Connecticut Open Golf Championship

Six former FCIAC golfers made the cut for the final round of the 82nd Connecticut Open Golf Championship at Woodway Country Club in Darien. Corey Birch, Greg Reilly, Jr., Peter and Michael Ballo, Max…

Peter Ballo surveys the ninth green during the second round of action in the 82nd Connecticut Open championship Tuesday ay Wooday Country Club. — Dave Stewart/HAN network photo

Birch, Reilly near the top of the leaderboard at CT Open golf

There are nine holes of golf remaining in the second round and it’s been a mixed bag of results for the current and former FCIAC stars in action at the 82nd Connecticut Open…

John Kuczo and Ralph King were both honored on the field during the FCIAC baseball championship game at the Ballpark at Harbor Yard in May. From left, John Cross, John Kuczo, Ralph King, Ray Faustich and Joe Maddafari. — Dave Stewart photo

Kuczo and King leave a remarkable legacy with FCIAC

25When the calendar hit June 30 this summer it hit the exact halfway mark of the calendar year 2016. And that date also signaled the end of quite an era for the Fairfield…

Justin Clark of New Canaan will be one of several current and former FCIAC golfers competing in the 82nd Connecticut Open Monday at Woodway Country Club in Darien. — Dave Stewart/HAN Network photo

FCIAC golfers ready to hit the greens for Connecticut Open

Several current and former FCIAC golf stars will be in in action this week, as the Woodway Country Club in Darien hosts the 82nd Connecticut Open Championship. The first round and second rounds…

Danbury's Max Theodorakis, shown in action at last month's FCIAC championships, won his first two matches at the MGA Met Junior Championship on Wednesday, and will play in the semifinals at 8:10 a.m., Thursday, at The Patterson Club in Fairfield. — Dave Stewart/HAN Network photo

Danbury’s Max Theodorakis finishes as runner-up at MGA Met Junior Championship

Final: After tying for second in stroke play and winning three straight matches, Danbury’s Max Theodorakis finished as the runner-up at the 99th MGA Met Junior Championship Thursday at The Patterson Club in Fairfield. Christian…

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