Pino hat trick, Robinson PK save lift St. Joseph past Staples to FCIAC title

WILTON — In 80 minutes of fine girls soccer Thursday night at Kristine Lilly Field, eight first-half minutes and two penalty kicks proved pivotal. Emily Robinson stopped one PK. Alexa Pino actually had hers stopped but pounced on the rebound. St. Joseph doubled its lead and wound up defeating Staples 3-1 to win its fifth … Read more

Trumbull beats Darien for 6th FCIAC boys soccer title

NORWALK—There is no official definition of a dynasty in FCIAC soccer, but the Trumbull boys soccer team is making a strong argument for one. Trumbull pulled away from Darien in the second half en route to a 4-1 win in Thursday night’s FCIAC boys soccer championship game to earn its fifth title in 11 years … Read more

The 2022 FCIAC Fall Tournament Scoreboard and Schedule

Boys Soccer Thursday, Oct. 27 Quarterfinals No. 4 Greenwich 2, No. 5 Danbury 1 No. 3 Darien 2, No. 6 Ludlowe 0 No. 1 Trumbull 6, No. 8 Brien McMahon 0 No. 2 Norwalk 2, No. 7 New Canaan 0 Tuesday, Nov. 1 Semifinals at Ludlowe No. 3 Darien 3, No. 2 Norwalk 2 No. … Read more

No. 1 St. Joseph leads group of FCIAC girls soccer teams featured in state’s Top 10

Whether it was back several decades ago in mid- to late-1980s when Wilton High School had a superstar by the name of Kristine Lilly, or whether it is today, the FCIAC has long had a tradition of strength and quality in girls soccer. An example of how that tradition is being maintained these days would … Read more

St. Joseph shuts out Glastonbury in CCC/FCIAC Challenge girls soccer game

TRUMBULL — Getting to play non-conference, regular-season games not only provides intrigue, but a barometer of where your program stands. You have the Connecticut Football Alliance that has added some spice – and plenty of conversation – to the regular-season landscape. The CCC and FCIAC came together in boys soccer to create the CCC/FCIAC Challenge. There … Read more

Trumbull boys soccer hopes 7-0 start just the beginning of big things

The Trumbull boys soccer sent a clear message that they a serious contender for the CIAC Class LL title Saturday at the CCC-FCIAC Challenge. The Eagles used a strong defensive effort and excellent control of the ball to defeat defending Class LL champion Farmington 1-0 on its home turf. Click here for the complete story